Introducing SimpliSafe, an Award-Winning Multipurpose DIY Home Security System

by Tech Mainstream Staff


June 30, 2020


Introducing SimpliSafe, an Award-Winning Multipurpose DIY Home Security System SimpliSafe Home Security System, Image/SimpliSafe 


Declared as "The Best DIY Home Security System" by the Verge, SimpliSafe offers whole home protection monitoring 24/7: "Protection for every window, room and door. Against intruders, fires, water damage, medical emergencies & more."

SimpliSafe Kudos 

Business Insider named SimpliSafe the best home security system overall and earned editors' choice of by CNET, PC mag and more. Although SimpliSafe is relatively inexpensive, it gets the job done. Instead of paying for more markup, you get "award-winning protection at fair and honest prices."

Simplified Monitoring

Compared to other security system options, SimpliSafe excels: Professional monitoring; no contracts, monitoring starts at 50 cents a day; wireless, no drilling or landline required; great rating on TrustPilot2; Easy to setup yourself instantly.

Among the remarkable features of SimpliSafe are the following as listed on the company's website:

"Live professional alerts Our monitoring staff calls you when trouble is detected and stays with you until it’s solved.

Dispatch Faster with Visual Verification Adding Visual Verification to your monitoring plan let's us verify your alarm is real so police can dispatch faster.

It's a lot less expensive We cut out the middlemen and markup so you get more security for less—with no contract.

Prepared for the unexpected Lose power? Lose Wi-Fi? Someone attacks the system? Natural disaster? SimpliSafe is ready.

Protects against fires and water damage More than just intruders—our pros monitor against leaks, floods, fires and more.

Keep an eye inside and out With HD security cameras for indoors and out, see what’s happening all the time.

Designed to disappear From the tiny size of our sensors to easy one-touch control means you'll never notice your security system.

Detects people, ignores pets Motion sensors use a precision human-form detection algorithm."

 

 

 

 

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