Installing a home security system is becoming increasingly popular and easy for most do it yourselfers while saving money. Some home security companies require a three year contract trapping home owners in.
(PRWEB) September 8, 2005 -- Installing your own home security system is
becoming more and more popular.
With new technology, it is making it more affordable and easier for people to install their own home security system. One company in particular started selling DIY home security systems after the owners were frustrated at the extremely high costs of the larger national home security companies. Code Tech security started offering systems where the do it yourselfer can have a system up and running for a few hundred dollars without signing a contract for monitoring. Many people believe that if a burglar breaks into the house a simple alarm sound will deter most people from sticking around.
That is exactly what Code Tech security offers, a wireless system that the home owner sets up and then allows the system to call up to nine different telephone numbers versus a monitoring system. The homeowner can allow the system to call a cell phone, neighbor, a family member, friends, etc. with their own personal message.
The best selling product for Code Tech security is the “Complete Wireless alarm system” that comes with a Control Panel, a dialer, motion detector, 2 door or window sensors, and a keychain transmitter. Then customers add on additional accessories as needed. For instance, most people add on more window or door sensors.
Before the owners opened www.codetechsecurity.com they called on a national home security company to give them an analysis of their home. It wasn't $99 as the commercial mentioned. After plugging in all of the window sensors and motion detectors it was well over $1,000 then another 3 year contract that needed signed for $27 per month or a total of $972 over the life of the contract when they only needed to know if a window was opened. Then they believe most people would be frightened off at the sound of an alarm.
For more information, please visit www.codetechsecurity.com
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