Wireless technologies have been derided in the past for being unreliable as well as cheap and nasty.
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Example Security System PricingIn pricing for Security Systems, like anything else, you get what you pay for.
So for £200 you can get a simple, wireless DIY alarm which will do what it says on the box reasonably well. You may get the odd false alarm and you may find that the quality of detection of some of the sensors is not good, but that may be all that is needed in some circumstances.
£800 will buy a good wired or wireless alarm which will never trigger false alarms and which can be relied on to detect what it is supposed to detect quickly and efficiently.
Some of these alarms have GSM options for sending messages on events that the owner wants to be notified about.
For around £1,500 you can have a multi-zone alarm system which will send messages when triggered and which can interact with the home automation system to improve both security and lifestyle.
In addition to the alarm system, for a few pounds per month a monitoring service will record any incident and alert a key holder and maintain records of incidents to help the police if necessary.
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