Home security

I recently completed the staging of my house. I am thinking of hiring a security company to secure my house.
So, as you have already guessed, I am here to get some details before installing them.
Some details like wired or wireless? People say wired are prone to interference, which makes it easier to hack. So, I would like to get an expert suggestion on this.
The second thing I would like to get a clarification is that if we have the option to choose where the items and the equipment are installed? Does it solely depend on the house framing and plan?
Next thing is about the time, how will it take to install smart home systems in the whole house? And it would also be great if you could give a rough idea of how much this is going to cost.

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Post was last edited on August 28, 2018 11:59 PM PDT

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That are great questions to ask a security company. Even better: ask 2 or 3 and go with the best, or the cheapest, or whatever criteria you prefer.

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Thanks for your reply mate. I had called one of the security companies and they are gonna visit my home tomorrow.

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I think hard wired appliances are efficient for they are secure and fast in performance. As you are concerned about the prices and where to put appliances, ask the supplier.
Note there are also options where you rent the hardware included in a monitoring contract, so you only pay a monthly fee.

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Post was last edited on August 29, 2018 12:32 AM PDT

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Thanks for your reply. Will surely look into it.

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