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With teenagers’ high social activities, parents can often receive responses and information from their children in a more timely and effective manner. 2. Protecting the family: October is National Crime Prevention Month, a time when families should take into account the importance of home security. With approximately one in nine children coming home to an empty house after school, according to U. S. Census data, advancements in home automation and security technology can help parents remotely safeguard their homes and families.

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Read the full reviewBest Premium SystemNest Secure$199 View at The Home Depot$227View at AmazonRecommended Retailer$299View at Best Buy?While it’s not as easy to install and use as Scout Alarm, Nest Secure has an intuitive setup process and is one of the best DIY security systems if you already have more than a few of Nest’s smart home devices in your home. Likewise, we found that using the system wasn’t as simple as abode, but is still better than the majority of systems we tested. Nest’s two year warranty is one of the best in our comparison. The main drawback behind Nest Secure is that it’s more expensive than other systems we tested at $400. If you want professional monitoring, Nest Secure has a partnership with Brinks Home Security that offers no contract $29/month and three year contract $19/month options. You can also use the system without monitoring, which doesn’t require a monthly fee. Read the full reviewAffordable MonitoringSimpliSafeLow StockSimpliSafe The Essentials$14. 99/mth?Visit Siteat SimpliSafeAffordable professional monitoringLimited smart home compatibilitySimpliSafe is one of the best DIY home security systems for professional monitoring, which costs around $15 a month. This is a lower price than Scout and abode, though it lacks smartphone app controls. Unlike the competition, SimpliSafe uses a cellular connection for its primary connection, something that other systems only use as a backup. The company also offers a great selection of security and safety sensors.

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In June 2008, my wife and I were greeted by a salesman, Trevor Moses Agent Reg: 32921 who worked for an home security company. Unfortunately we were mislead by his sales tactics and signed an agreement to have APX ALARM Currently VIVINT to secure our home. My wife mentioned that I am serving in the military and that we may leave for another AF assignment before our contract expires in 2013. Moses simply stated that all we have to do is call Vivint to cancel our home security services due to my Air Force obligations and that it would not be a problem. Just this past August 3+ yrs later, I was notified of a new assignment, in a different state. My wife made a call to Vivint to request assistance in terminating our home security due to my permanent change of station PCS.

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