Video surveillance monitoring has long been a solution for commercial businesses
and seemed too expensive for homeowners to use. With the newest kids on the
block like 2 GIG and Honeywell's Lynx Touch along with the power of AlarmNet
and Alarm.com, video monitoring is a relatively cheap, easy to use and great
experience for all homeowners to enjoy.
Connected home video solutions combined with a home security system provide
real time video clips when specific events occur like the triggering of the alarm
system or when a specific door is opened. The event is then notified to the
central station and homeowner providing notification and evidence. Being
able to view the event helps both the central station and homeowner determine
the magnitude of the situation and determine if the event is true emergency.
Homeowner video verification has also become more of a lifestyle choice
than a security module as many homeowners find comfort in knowing when
children arrive home, being able to view who is approaching their door, and
watching the family pet while away from home. While there is fun and
enjoyment in capturing video having a security camera system in place
will always provide added protection to any home.
Additionally several precedents are being set int he court system regarding
the evidence of video surveillance clips that prove that the courts want and
appreciate the evidence that video provides. On top of being a tool for
preventing crime and evidencing crime in the court system, video verification
is used by many police districts to dispatch during a break in. Witnessing
a break in and reporting it even if it's a break in you see on your phone while
at the office, will be used by police during dispatch as evidence of a crime in
Crime Fighters of Atlanta will install a new security alarm system with 1 wireless
security alarm camera for $99 with a monthly monitoring rate of $49.99. Similar
prices and security packages are offered nationwide to all qualified homeowners.
Why wait any longer? Add video to your home today!