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Some systems are set up so that if the power in your house goes out, a battery backup will kick in and run the control unit until power is restored. Once the power flips back on, the backup battery system will automatically recharge. The sensors, or switches, are the second part of the security system. The most basic alarm systems have these sensors fitted in the frames of windows and doors so that if they are opened, the circuit is broken and the alarm is triggered. Some are installed in a way that allows them to detect if someone tries to break in through a window by shattering the glass or removing one of the panes. Others may detect motion inside or outside of the home.

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Vivint Smart Home, for example, offers a consumer financing option that gives customers the ability to customize a state of the art smart home security package for little to no upfront cost. Learn more about consumer financing here. Some of the lower quality home security systems come with only basic door and window sensors that customers can easily install themselves. More high end equipment packages—like the ones Vivint Smart Home provides—come with a touch screen control panel and the option to add outdoor home security cameras, all of which require professional installation. Professional installation services may cost up to $250, although special offers that waive installation fees are common. Learn more about professional installation services here. The home security market offers many plug and play equipment packages that center around an audible alarm to deter intruders who trigger a door or window sensor. They do not offer professional monitoring, so there’s no monthly service contract involved. Monitored home security systems cost between $20 and $60 per month. Although criminology research suggests most intruders flee at the first sound of an alarm, complete home security offers more than just crime prevention. Protection from natural disasters, home appliance malfunctions, and medical emergencies should also be considered.

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