Somehow, E911 has become an extremely confusing subject. We’ve put together this FAQ to help answer some of those common questions that are often misunderstood.
Frontpoint Security Mobile App (By Alarm.com) Review (Android & iPhone): How To Use, Scenes, Not Working Fixes, And More
The Frontpoint app allows you to control and monitor your Frontpoint security system from anywhere, and it’s included at no additional cost. What can you do with it? Just about everything – from arming and disarming remotely to scheduling lights, watching video camera feeds and more. If a sensor triggers, you and your network of contacts will receive an instant alert. But is the Frontpoint app as dependable as the hype suggests? And is it up to date with the latest industry features and technology? Find out in our comprehensive review.
On the hunt for a security system that doesn’t look like it’s from the 1960s? Scout Alarm has aesthetically pleasing equipment that performs well. However, it’s pretty bare bones with its features and equipment options. Does it have what you need?
Protection 1 (also known as Protection One) provides home security and automation equipment to help secure your home. The equipment isn’t as up-to-date as that of its competitors, but it gets the job done.
They also aren’t as well-known as other home security companies, but does that mean you shouldn’t choose them? Our experts find out in our in-depth review.
SimpliSafe and Abode offer security systems with no long-term contracts. You purchase the equipment, pay for your monitoring plan and stop service whenever you want. SimpliSafe is a household name with its multi-platform advertisements and Abode is still a rather small company. But could Abode protect your home just as well as SimpliSafe for less money?
SimpliSafe and ADT can protect your home from intruders, but the two companies vary in their offerings. If home security is your priority, SimpliSafe can do the job at a lower cost. But if you want some added features like home automation, you may want to pay the extra money for ADT…
At first, Vivint and ADT look pretty similar in their offerings. Both companies offer home security and automation equipment and apps to monitor your systems. But one of them has shorter contracts and is typically less expensive than the other; find out which in our comprehensive head-to-head comparison…
AT&T Digital Life Reviews: App, Sensors, Water And Carbon Monoxide Detection, Contract Length, Discounts, And More
AT&T Digital Life offers security and smart home equipment to help secure your residence. While you have access to more equipment options than most competitors offer in their lineup, their system doesn’t integrate with as many devices. If you’re starting from scratch, this may be a good option for you. But if you’re looking to integrate existing equipment with the AT&T Digital Life system, you may be out of luck. Our experts help you find out if this is the system for you.
Link Interactive Reviews: Customer Service, Alexa Compatibility, Sensors Explained, Thermostat, How To Cancel, And More
Link Interactive offers home security at a competitive monthly price. Unlike most providers, you don’t start with bundled equipment packages. Instead, they let you customize your system to fit your home. This way, you pay only for what you need. But how does it stack up to the competition? Our home security experts dive in and review this provider with all the details you’ll need to make an informed decision.
Brinks is known for its armored car transportation services, but did you know it now offers a home security system? Can a company that specializes in transporting valuables also be successful at securing homes?