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As mentioned before, it will also save you a lot of time in the process. If you can a hang a picture on the wall, there is a good chance that you can install a wireless security system yourself. Going wireless means that there are no wires to run except for the electrical plug that will power the control interface. Typically, you only need to be able to screw some cameras or sensors, or in some instances just stick them to the wall via tape adhesion. That means you don’t have to break, drill, fish, or run wires through your wall, and you could connect to your control box without having costly electrical installations. The larger the house, the bigger is the savings when it comes to wireless configurations. However, if your home is too large, you might need to go for hard wired to be able to have a more reliable security system. In general, a 2GHz system can keep constant connection with wireless components in about an acre worth of residential area. One disadvantage of the wireless system is that the components will eventually run out of battery life. It is therefore necessary to invest in a dependable battery backup system not only in case of emptying battery life but also to continue to protect your home even in the event of a power outage or a break in attempt by an intruder. Also, note that it is better to buy equipment that is powered by rechargeable batteries.

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As mentioned before, it will also save you a lot of time in the process. If you can a hang a picture on the wall, there is a good chance that you can install a wireless security system yourself. Going wireless means that there are no wires to run except for the electrical plug that will power the control interface. Typically, you only need to be able to screw some cameras or sensors, or in some instances just stick them to the wall via tape adhesion. That means you don’t have to break, drill, fish, or run wires through your wall, and you could connect to your control box without having costly electrical installations. The larger the house, the bigger is the savings when it comes to wireless configurations. However, if your home is too large, you might need to go for hard wired to be able to have a more reliable security system. In general, a 2GHz system can keep constant connection with wireless components in about an acre worth of residential area. One disadvantage of the wireless system is that the components will eventually run out of battery life. It is therefore necessary to invest in a dependable battery backup system not only in case of emptying battery life but also to continue to protect your home even in the event of a power outage or a break in attempt by an intruder. Also, note that it is better to buy equipment that is powered by rechargeable batteries.

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“We test everything. We do a lot of analytics. ”That testing extends to almost every aspect of the company, from sales and marketing including how to handle in bound calls and its sales pitch to product offerings and customer service. That approach “assures we never under protect a family or never oversell a system people don’t need,” he said. While the future is bright, Boyce admitted Defenders’ 20 percent year over year growth rate could be difficult to maintain. “That’s not because the business isn’t healthy; it’s just that the number gets so big,” he said.

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