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Can Wireless Burglar Alarms be Trusted?

Over the last few decades, the popularity of installed electronic burglar alarms has expanded from retail stores and banks into the home – there are all kinds of systems that you can choose from to protect your home from theft, and you have probably considered wireless burglar alarms as one of them. The problem is, as good as they can sound in theory, wireless burglar alarms have had a bad reputation for being unsatisfactory. The last thing you want to do is spend money and install an unreliable wireless burglar alarm, leaving the safety of your family and belongings to chance. So has the wireless security system been updated and tweaked enough to trust these days?

Traditional wireless burglar alarms were unstable simply because their receiving range was often not sufficient to pick up signals from every area they were supposed to cover. This short receiving area meant that even if a security door was opened when the alarm was on, it may not have registered on the main system – these wireless burglar alarms were essentially useless since nobody could tell when they would work and when they wouldn’t. It was a guessing game, and that’s not what you’re meant to do when you install a security system.

The wireless burglar alarms supplied by Crime Prevention Products have an expanded receiving range and are made by the world leaders in wireless technology. One of the best features of wireless burglar alarms is that they are easy to install. Instead of hiring a security company to install the entire system – to connect all the wires, tuck them away, and make sure all the security points register – you can actually just buy the wireless package yourself and get it set up on your own, usually within a couple of hours. This will save you money and time, and you have the added security of knowing that you checked the entire system yourself.

Despite their bad reputation, you should feel secure with your home under the protection of a wireless burglar alarm provided by Crime Prevention Products because the technology has advanced to the point that they can, in fact, be trusted equally with the regular hard wired version. If you haven’t set up a home security system, the wireless burglar alarm might be the best option if you want to save money and take a firm hand in your family’s security. Many people prefer to set up their own security systems just so they know exactly how it works and how to maintain it – if that’s not the case then you can certainly hire someone to set it up for you. In any case, you can feel safe with a wireless burglar alarm.


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