If you’ve read our security system reviews or taken a peek at some of the security companies on our list you might notice that a majority of them offer wirelesssecurity systems. While it may seem like everything under the sun is “going wireless” these days there is a perfectly good reason. Wireless is simply better. Now, if you’ve visited Security System Reviews before then you know we simply don’t make statements like that without backing them up with some facts! Let’s take a look at some of the basic of wireless home security systems and what makes them great.
First, the best thing about wireless security systems is not having to run any wiring in your home. Wires are ugly, for one, but can also cause damage to your home from all the drilling. Plus, if you ever want to sell your home or remove the security system it can be a huge hassle. No wires also means no corrosion or replacing wiring. If anything ever goes wrong you simply replace the wireless sensor.
Another great thing about wireless security systems is the ease in which they can be set up. Again, there are no wires to drill or hardware to mount. You often plug in the main control panel, peel and place your wireless security sensors and call the security company to have your system activated. Many wireless systems have a DIY security system installation which can be done in under an hour.
Speaking of DIY security system installs, this also makes wireless security systems easy to move. If you move from one apartment to another, or relocate for a job or a warmer climate you won’t have to purchase a new security system. You can simply take the system with you to the new house and install it there. Just make sure to tell your security company your new address!
Finally, wireless security systems do not interfere with any other wireless electronic devices in your home. In fact, everyone on your block could have the exact same wireless security system as you do and there would be interference. Wireless security systems use a proprietary frequency that allows them to work on their own without possibly running into connection issues with other wireless devices in your home, such as your wireless internet router or bluetooth speakers.
All in all wireless security systems are simpler to install, simpler to use, and provide an overall better experience without sacrificing your level of security. You can learn more about wireless security systems by reading our wireless security system reviews