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Loud siren. Cons: Limited integration with other devices. Doesn't support IFTTT. Bulky contact sensors. Bottom Line: The Ring Alarm Security Kit is a DIY home security system that is easy to install and offers affordable professional monitoring, but interoperability with Ring cameras and third party devices is not yet supported. Read ReviewFrontPoint Safe Home ReviewMSRP: $882. 84 at Pros: Easy to install. Lots of component choices. Works with Alexa and Google Assistant voice commands. Cons: Requires a one or three year monitoring plan. Doesn't support IFTTT.

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Bottom Line: The LifeShield Smart Home Security Kit is a versatile security system with home automation capabilities and the option to monitor professionally or on your own. Read ReviewThe wireless home security systems of 20 years ago were notoriously unreliable. They produced so many false alarms that many homeowners stopped using them. That’s all changed. Today you can buy DIY home security systems that have professional grade wireless security equipment that’s extremely reliable, easy to install and affordable. Basic DIY home security systems start at about $225 and top out at $800 or so.

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They can also detect water leaks and the temperature, and they alert you when smoke and carbon monoxide detectors go off. Announced in January 2019, with expected release in the second half of 2019; pricing isn’t available yetWhy trust us on home automation systems?We've reviewed DIY home security systems for over four years. During this time, we've honed our testing process to look at over 100 distinct factors to determine how well a system works. Each time we update our reviews, we also update our scores based on how customers currently perceive the products. We do this by extensively researching user reviews at retailers such as Amazon, Best Buy, Home Depot and Lowe's. When we test, we borrow some of the DIY security systems from their manufacturers and buy others.

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