Wireless Burglar Alarms
A wireless burglar alarm can be a simple way of installing a home security system. Unlike wired versions, they communicate through radio signals and don't need to be hardwired to your electrics. You can even buy dummy alarms to deter thieves. But, if you'd like to get a fully operating wireless burglar alarm, there are a few options to consider.
Thinking about what areas of your home would benefit from extra security is a good starting point. You can also find new, used and refurbished products, which can stretch your budget further.
Door and Window Sensors
Designed to safeguard against the obvious entry points only, door and window sensors detect motion like any standard alarm. Typical products include two-piece door and window alarm sets with alarm warnings and mini battery operated units that can be placed directly on your window.
Multiple Room Systems
If you have a larger home that could benefit from security on different access points, a multiple room system is the best choice. You can find LCD autodial alarms, Yale easy fit property security systems and alarms with a loud siren system. Big brands specialising in these devices range from Yale to Visionic and Honeywell.
Single Room Systems
If you need to protect a single room or living area, a single room system will help you do that without spending money on a full multi-room pack. These products are perfect for caravans and garages, sheds or flats. There are 360 motion detecting ceiling alarms, wireless PIR alarms with remote controls and alarms with telephone autodiallers.
Keypad remote controls allow you the flexibility to operate your alarm from a distance. Whether that's to make a distress phone call, control the alarm itself or touch a panic button. Varieties include remote control fobs that can set and unset your alarm, LED communicating control panels and keypads to lock or unlock doors.