ADT Monitored Wireless Home Security Systems
Since wireless home security systems hit the market, homeowners everywhere have been happy at the fact that they no longer have to worry about holes and wires filling the walls of their homes.
In the past, if you had a home security system installed in your home, the installer would have to drill numerous holes in the walls and run the wires through your house. Wired security systems are extremely vulnerable because of this. If a smart burglar happens to be familiar with electricity, he could cut the electrical wires of your home security system. With a wireless system monitored by ADT, you would have a much better chance of protecting your home.
Benefits of Wireless Home Security Systems Monitored by ADT
One of the biggest benefits of wireless home security is the added convenience. For homeowners who don’t want to commit their security equipment to one location, wireless cameras and motion sensors work incredibly well.
- Easy to Install
Wireless systems are easy to install as they require no drilling or hardwiring.
The system expands easily as your security needs grow.
- Easy To Use
Wireless systems are easy to use and give you and your family peace of mind.
- Battery Operated
All wireless system devices are battery operated, you’re not limited by electrical wiring.
Our wireless home security systems are easily upgradable to ADT Pulse® home automation.
No hardwiring means it’s easy to adjust the system to meet your needs. Simply move sensors from one location to another within your home.
How does the wireless remote keychain work?
The key fob remote is conveniently sized to fit in the palm of your hand and designed as a keychain so it can always be in your possession. To use the remote, you simply hit a button that either activates or deactivates the wireless home security system.
The remote keychain is incredibly useful in many different scenarios. If you realize that you’ve forgotten to arm your system, but you’re already in the car, you can easily do so with the press of a button.
Your key fob can also be used as a panic button in case of an emergency. You or a family member can use it to trigger your alarm should you ever feel the need to hide. This way, if an intruder ever enters your home while your system is disarmed, you still have a way to contact help from a safe place.
Expanding your Wireless Home Security System
Another great advantage of wireless home security systems is their ability to be expanded. Since wireless home security systems run off of batteries and signal to one another through the air, it’s relatively easy to buy more equipment to expand your system
- Wireless Video Camera
See video of your home from any compatible web-enabled computer, mobile device or touchscreen.
- Wireless Motion Detector
Helps to detect movement in rooms and hallways and on stairs to alert you
- Wireless Door Sensor
Triggers the alarm when an equipped door or window is opened. Great on exterior doors and windows that are at ground level, or near trees and shrubs.
Utilizing Wireless Technology for Surveillance
If you include the technology in your plan, wireless alarm systems also allow you to monitor the images that you surveillance cameras are capturing from afar. By logging into a secure portal, ADT monitored alarm systems let you see what’s going on in your home from almost anywhere.
This technology makes it easier for homeowners who go on a lot of vacations, leave kids at home, or have pets that they want to look after. Nothing could make you feel better than seeing that your home, your loved ones, and your valuable possessions are safe and sound.
With advanced systems, you can also use wireless and home automation technology to control the lights and temperature in your home. This can result in energy savings and a much more well-managed household. Put your home on a schedule and watch how much easier things become! You’ll always come home to a well-lit home set to the perfect temperature!