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So we have done the legwork for you – we're good like that – to present this list of five of the best home security solutions. We think these products bring together the best in security, safety, and technology, to help give you peace of mind and better protect you, your family, and loved ones, from unwelcome intruders. We've also chosen the best security camera systems for businessesWant your company or services to be added to this buyer’s guide?Please email your request to desire. with the URL of the buying guide in the subject line. Image Credit: RingImage credit: Ring1. Ring Alarm Security KitA simple but versatile solutionEverything providedNo need for a contractSimple to set upThe Ring Alarm Security Kit is an all in one security solution that's simple to set up, and doesn't require a service subscription to use.

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Having such features will enable you more flexibility with remote or voice controls and without having to physically handle these systems manually. Perhaps you have been exposed to a traumatic event such as being stalked, attacked, or cyber bullied, etc. at some point in your life and you just want something to make you feel more secure. In this case, you will probably want a security system that has a quality control panel with a panic button, loud siren, two way talk feature, high quality surveillance cameras with real time recordings and cloud storage, a doorbell camera, and some home automation features that will enable you to monitor and control your system remotely. These will also give you the backup and proof you need if for any reason you have to get the authorities involved. If your hands always seem to be full, then home automation is something you will probably want to consider.

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Ring sensors have an LED that lights up when activated, and the base station but not the keypad will chirp when a sensor is activated, but that’s about it. But it’s worth noting that a basic Nest Secure system costs $499 to the Ring Alarm’s $199, and Nest Detect sensors cost $59 each where Ring’s cost just $20 extra Ring motion sensors are priced at $30 each. You can also disarm the system from the app, but in a break from convention, Ring does not offer a key fob for arming and disarming the system. Geofencing that would automatically arm and disarm when you leave and return isn’t supported either. Harris said those were conscious design decisions. “What it came to was security,” Harris said.

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