Alarm System Checklist
December 29, 2011
Know what you expect the alarm system to achieve in terms of protection.
Decide if you want the alarm system to link to a 24 hour monitoring service provided by a vendor.
Survey your home and determine how many windows and doors you want to be integrated into the home security system.
Determine possible locations for the control panel and keypads.
Determine how far away windows and doors are from the control panel.
Choose a system with a control panel that can monitor all the zones you have in your home.
Make certain that a wireless system can perform up to the distance of the farthest zone.
Be certain that the system you choose can accept fire-protection sensors, carbon monoxide sensors etc.
Make certain that inputting codes into the keypad is not a complicated process.
Work the keypad of the system you select to assure yourself that it is easy to use.
Alarm Systems Company
Ask if the company carries general liability, workman’s compensation, and errors/omissions insurance.
Ask to see the company’s business license.
Ask for referrals of other customers in your area that have had systems installed like the one you are considering.
Ask if the company has been established for three to five years.
Ask where alarm system monitoring center is located.
Be sure the company does the entire installation and does not subcontract work.
Review the contract carefully before you sign.
Know what the warranty period is and what is included in the warranty.
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