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Home security might even be free. Most insurance companies will give a discount on your homeowners insurance for having a monitored security system This discount can ad up to around 20%, and there are even companies that offer up to 40%/ Although a monitored system can cost you around $40 a month, the money you save on your insurance might pay for it. Lately there are companies that offer free installing for their system. 2:You have to pay every month for the monitoring. Many people do not like the idea of having to pay for their security system every month. Lately there are many security systems available that you can install yourself.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

With this feature you can connect your security system to various gadgets for viewing. • Multiple outdoor cameras. With this security system you get a number of outdoor cameras for you to have a view of what’s going on outside your home. • 24IR LEDs. This feature helps you save on electricity. • Weather resistant design.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

Vivint has never admitted wrongdoing and did not return many calls for comment over two months. It’s obvious that this is a paid commentor, and I’m not surprised that Vivint would attempt to whitewash their horrible reputation in such a manner. They are crooks!I am in Duval County, and I was approached by them the end of last April. Unfortunately, I was scammed. I thought I was getting a dependable, up to date security system, but my whole experience has been a nightmare. I ended up without AC for a week due to shoddy installation, they wanted to blame it on my AC unit, then wanted me to pay them $400 to have an HVAC tech come look at it…I called my own person, and it turns out their installation person neglected to return the electrical breaker to the correct position after he came to reposition the main unit that was hanging at an angle on my wall. Can you believe that?Well, they did pay for the service call, and they should have; however, I’ve had ongoing problems aside from that for the last 4 months – since they put the cheap crap in. The last straw was a malfunctioning timer device installed to one of my lights. As a sat in front of the television late one night, it surged, the light bulb burst, and sparks shot across the room!Had I not been home, the place could’ve caught on fire. Main unit said “remove malfunctioning device. ” I was afraid to touch it, but I did because I was more afraid not to.