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Wireless Burglar Alarm Systems

By Henry Fallwos

Wireless burglar alarms are an up-to-date example of implementing advanced technology for domestic usage. An automatic burglar alarm system ran via a smart phone which ‘talks’ wirelessly is a basic and low cost means of protecting your property against trespassers. This is more important in the spring and summer months when window panes and doors are often opened to cool the property down on a warm summer’s evening. A burglar is proficient at lifting items through an exposed window or even boldly entering the property in broad daylight through the rear door. Police often launch awareness campaigns in the summer such as: “Watchout, there’s a thief about! Keep your windowpanes locked up!” as the stastistics show that the amount of house burglaries step-up largely in the hotter months. Most homes and properties today own telephone and internet connections so installing a wireless burglar alarm system which can be supervised via your PC or computer is easy. Data can also be displayed on a portable appliance to allow remote alerts to be received so you can saunter into the garden knowing your household is still secure, even with the windows being left open!

From as minute as 3239.99 you can receive a complete automated wireless burglar alarm system to keep your place secure, even in the summer.

DIY Alarms Systems are becoming increasingly popular. The rising cost of insurance premiums and the credit crunch which has resulted in a rise in theft means that home-owners are now even more anxious to ensure their hard earned property and precious family heirlooms are kept safe. Even children’s toys are a target for thieves these days, especially at Christmas, as they know that most parcels are bound to contain expensive electronic toys and games which are easily resalable.

Many people feel sophisticated burglar alarm systems are too expensive and are only for large houses or estates and are seeking to install their own burglar alarm systems to protect their property. DIY Alarm Systems used to be very primitive in their form and design. Comprising a simple trip switch covering a specific area of the house, it was easy for burglars to find ways of by-passing the system by cutting the wires, or finding entry to the house via an unprotected area. DIY Alarm systems now enable home owners to be notified of intruders, fire, flood, panic alarms, gas leaks and much, much more. New devices can be added such as cameras to view the activity in the home.

DIY Alarm Systems have grown far more advanced. Fully wireless household and secure burglar alarm systems can be supervised and checked from a distance. High-tech DIY alarm systems can be set up as a painless starter kit from as low as 239.99 with the option to add devices and functionality handling energy monitoring as well as home protection. At Present, your DIY Alarm System comes straight out of the package and can be attached to broadband to transmit status and alerts via telephone, text message or email.

Thanks to upgrades in technology you have the possibility to self-install a DIY Alarm system in an hour and have the peace of mind that an alrm brings.

One of the market leaders that offers a flexible and scaleable product range with a remote monitoring service are Halo Home Security who can be could be found at DIY alarms systems. Their home starter kit makes an ideal wireless home security system – click for more details.

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Fallwos, Henry "Wireless Burglar Alarm Systems." Wireless Burglar Alarm Systems. 10 Jul. 2010. 14 May 2015 <>.

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Fallwos, H (2010, July 10). Wireless Burglar Alarm Systems. Retrieved May 14, 2015, from

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Fallwos, Henry "Wireless Burglar Alarm Systems"

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