A sound home security alarms installation guarantees the house’s security and protection against the attack of intruders.
Before getting down to work with the actual installation of the chosen alarm kit, take some time to reflect to consider the following aspects:
- Housing configuration, both inside and outside
- Number of rooms to be secured and openings or vulnerable points in each of them
- Wi-Fi coverage, if applicable.
- Exterior protection
- Sensor type: motion sensor, opening detectors, etc.
- Better locations to install the different burglar alarm system elements (angle, coverage area, function, etc.).
Once you have all the data in hand, it is essential to analyze the type of devices needed to guarantee the security and comprehensive protection of the home. For example, do I need a video surveillance camera for the exterior or also for the interior? Wired or GSM alarm kit? Can I install a siren without the permission of the community if I live in a building? What type of sensor or detector allows me to block doors and windows remotely? Etc.
Choose home security products like smoke detectors or outdoor security cameras designed to be easily installed and up and running right out of the box, with no fees or maintenance costs.
Advantages And Disadvantages Of Home Security Alarm
Wireless alarm with GSM sim card or wired? We compare its advantages and disadvantages.
Wireless systems are quick and easy to install as they do not need a wiring system, which is much more laborious and expensive to install. Some of the alarm sector’s leading brands install their exclusive systems, not compatible with other brands’ central stations. This forces users to only use their products.
In general, to install an alarm in a wired home, specialized personnel services are required, which makes the process more expensive, and to cover maintenance costs, you have to pay monthly fees.
The wireless elements only need to be fixed in the right place with a few simple screws. Some are even glued with a self-adhesive system.
Transmission Of Signals To The Receiving Network
In this sense, both systems are equally efficient. There are cabling systems to which transmitters can also be attached via GSM or the internet and the latest technology wireless ones.
To find out if it is more convenient to install a system with or without cables, experts will advise experts on the subject, who will recommend the best-customized solution for each need. As a general rule, we can say that wireless alarm equipment is practical and easy to install, while fixed equipment requires installation. As long as they are high-quality products, they offer adequate protection to ensure the safety of both the interior and exterior of the home.