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Things to Know When Buying an Integrated Security System

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If you want to check in on the security system of your home, you can do it from anywhere at any time with the help of your smartphone. Simply launch the app on your mobile device and you can see exactly what is going on with your home and the current settings that are active. You can even initiate the security system from the road, in case you forgot to do so before leaving. This of course also removes the tedious task of having to return home to make sure you armed the system.

Disable Security Functions Temporarily

There are going to be times where someone might forget the security code to enter the home. Perhaps you have a child who arrives home from school before everyone else and, for whatever reason, is unable to remember the code. Instead of waiting outside or at a friend’s house until you are back, you can simply disable the security functions temporarily so your child can enter, then reactivate them once your child is inside.

Internet Connection

Existing systems are connected to local first response locations through the aid of a telephone line. The new option does so through an Internet connection, which is faster and more reliable than the previously available offering.


With the Integrated Security System, you are able to monitor changes in the security system from anywhere. This way, you can adjust how the security system works in order to improve total security for your home.

Similar Cost

While the Integrated Security System service is much more technologically advanced, and offers many more features, it is important to note the cost is essentially the same as landline systems.

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