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The DIY security systems reviewed in this article are self monitored, meaning that when devices and/or sensors are triggered, you’ll receive alerts or notifications directly. You will be responsible for contacting the appropriate emergency personnel as a result of those notifications; however, some DIY security system kits are offering professional monitoring services as an optional add on or on demand. Depending on the home security system’s components, installation might be as easy as using some double sided tape. Or it might be quite complex, requiring specialized tools and configurations. These would be your professionally installed security systems, which often provide 24/7 monitoring but may require multi year contracts. In addition, professional security systems communicate directly with emergency response teams, based upon the alerts or notifications received.

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Read more about what our team found with Simplisafe here. Protect America is another one of the best home alarm systems, and definitely makes our list. Some of the perks of using this system include a rate that’s locked in for life and a lifetime equipment warranty. Those are both great ways to provide strong customer service, and to show that the customers matter to the company. Additionally, you don’t need to pay an activation or installation fee with this DIY option security system. It’s great value for the money, and you can even try it for free for 30 days to see if you like the equipment, monitoring, and service.

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The new Blink XT2 $99. 99 is an indoor/outdoor wireless security camera with a resolution of 1080p, two way talk, customizable motion detection zones, and free cloud storage for up to 120 minutes of video. It runs on two AA batteries, which should last up to two years. If you have an Amazon Echo device and an Echo Spot, Echo Show, or Fire TV, you can also ask Alexa to show a live feed from the XT2. 66 View at The Home Depot$199View at Walmart$576. 34View at Amazon?That plan gives you the past week's recordings at no cost for the lifetime of the unit although higher tiers aren't free, and more than justifies the unit's relatively high price. The Arlo Q is the Wi Fi security camera to beat. Read our full Arlo Q review. 99/month afterwards. Upgrade to 4K recording for $1. 99/month per camera.

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