Alarm Installation Decision

With all the security alarm systems available today, folks may feel that they have a big choice to make: install a system with professional help or do it yourself. The do-it-yourself types definitely lean toward wanting to jump in and set up their own systems. And why not? Today’s wireless security systems make it extremely easy and cost-effective to do so.

However, setting up a home or small business security system can be a bit like doing your own medical diagnosis. Being too close to the patient (i.e. yourself) frequently causes people to miss critical issues. In fact, here are some key benefits to having a trained technician like Alarms R Us manage the installation of your alarm system.

1. Equipment

The technician will often know and have all the right parts handy for challenges and custom needs of your property. DIY kits aren’t necessarily custom-fit for every home or office building. While equipment often comes with the basic parts needed to set it up, that doesn’t mean all the parts will work for your building. Technicians anticipate the challenges certain property types might have and will bring the extra parts with them. Do-it-yourself types could find themselves making multiple trips to a hardware store or electronic store to get everything that’s needed.

2. Experience

Trained technicians understand how different components are supposed to work together. They can troubleshoot issues and solve problems on the spot. A self-installation could get very frustrating when a problem comes up and you have no idea how to fix it.

3. Warranty

Many systems require certain steps to be followed to maintain their warranty. Technicians are very aware of these limitations. However, a do-it-yourself installer might violate a warranty by mistake, and then you negate any repair coverage after the fact.

Find Out More

If you’re in the New York City area, Alarms R Us would be glad to tell you more about the benefits of professional alarm installation. Our trained technicians have years of experience and knowledge about all the major systems available today for alarm security and monitoring. We’d be glad to talk to you about your security system needs, so contact us today at (718) 996-6900.


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