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So unless you truly know what you’re doing, you should probably opt for professional installation, especially if your new security system will need to be hardwired. If you choose a DIY wireless security system, most on the market today are fairly intuitive and easy to install. And, many of them don’t require any special tools or knowledge to get the job done. Professional installation was practically the only way to put in a home security system 15 years ago. Technology has come such a long way that DIY systems can offer the same level of security and often more with a self installed system. Further, there can be additional benefits to a DIY system because they’re typically much easier to transfer to another home if you move. For someone looking for a more complex setup like home automation, or someone that wants a trained expert to make the recommendation for the setup, expert installation is a great option. We’ve found that most people that were apprehensive about self installing a home security system actually ended up finding the process very easy. There are companies out there like Frontpoint that are known to be particularly helpful in this stage. Handsfree features usually work in conjunction with your mobile device and/or your home automation system. Of course, you know you can use the voice option with Alexa and other home automation systems to control your equipment.

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Here are a few: Kevo Smart Lock Kevo Kevo is a Bluetooth enabled deadbolt that can turn your smartphone into a key. It locks and unlocks with a touch of a finger while your smartphone remains in your purse or pocket, eliminating the need to fumble for keys. It is powered by four AA batteries that last up to a year. Using an iPhone or an Android app see which devices are supported, Kevo can be programmed to allow access to select individuals and during specific times. No smartphone?No problem. You can open the lock using Bluetooth fobs one comes bundled, additional ones are sold separately, which can be configured according to your specifications.

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