You can’t put a price on security, safety, and peace of mind for you and your family. When I was a child, my mother, sister, and I walked in on a burglar and it was one of the scariest moments of my life. Ever since then, my family has always had a burglar alarm. When my husband and I moved into our first house it already had a wired alarm system so we didn’t have to install one. When we moved into our current house it did not have an alarm system, so I did a lot of research. I was surprised how expensive alarm systems can be to both install and to have monitoring. I wish I had known about SimpliSafe Wireless home security systems before we purchased the system we currently have.
With SimpliSafe Wireless Home Security Systems you can protect your family while still protecting your wallet. There are no high monthly contracts with SimpliSafe- many home security companies charge upwards of $30 per month for monitoring. In fact there are no monthly contracts at all. If you do want to have monitoring service with SimpliSafe it is just $14.99 per month but there is no contract. You just pay as you go. You get the same quality service with no commitments! You can start and stop your service whenever you want (although I am not sure why you would want to stop your service). With Emergency Dispatch Service you are covered 24/7. Their monitoring center is staffed 24/7 so you don’t have to worry. If your alarm is triggered, they will give you a call to check in. If you’re not home, or don’t provide your safe word, they will send the police.
I also like that SimpliSafe’s system is wireless and plug & play. You just open up the box and can easily set it up yourself. There is nothing to have wired or installed so no costly installation or service fees like with other systems. All your sensors arrive pre-programmed, batteries installed and adhesive strips ready-mounted, so set-up just takes minutes. No tools required—just peel and stick. Plus you can take it with you when you move and it is easy to expand and customize should you need more components.
One of the concerns I have heard about some home security systems is “what happens if someone cuts the phone line”? SimpliSafe’s system uses cellular technology, with no land line required. With the alarm system I currently have (not SimpliSafe), we had to pay additional for the cellular components and extra monthly for the cellular monitoring. This wireless security system is included in SimpliSafe’s monitoring fee.
SimpliSafe wireless sensors run on lithium batteries so you are protected even if the power goes out. Each long lasting battery provides power for up to 5 years. What’s cool is that when you do need to replace your batteries you can buy them from SimpliSafe or from your local drugstore. It also comes with a rechargeable backup battery so your alarm system will remain fully functional for up to 2 days during a power failure.
SimpliSafe has 4 levels of defense:
Entry Sensors- Trigger the alarm as soon as a burglar opens one of your doors or windows.
Motion Sensors- Catch thieves breaking in through your glass windows and provide a second line of defense.
Panic Buttons- Let us know immediately if you are in danger. We’ll ensure the police know that you are at home and in danger.
Duress PIN- A special code programmed by you. If an intruder forces you to disarm your system, use this PIN and we’ll know you are under duress and send the police.
This security system is as easy as operating a car alarm. When you leave, press the “Away” button to fully activate all sensors in your security system. Use “Home” mode for partial activation of your system—all sensors except your Motion Sensors will be armed.
The amazing people at SimpliSafe would love to give one of my readers their very own home security system (a $479 value). Here’s what’s included in this amazing prize pack:
- 1 Base Station – The “brains” of the system
- 1 Keypad
- 1 Keychain Remote
- 2 Entry Sensors
- 1 Motion Sensor
- 1 Panic Button
- 1 Free month of alarm monitoring plus SMS Text Alerts
So who wants to win this amazing package?!?!? Good luck!