Alarm systems installation

Professional Home alarm systems installation In FDW

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How much does it cost to install a home alarm?

You have decided to install an alarm system, and now you need to research and compare prices, evaluate recommended alarm systems, and determine the installation cost. So to save you the exhausting searches, we have summarized for you in one place the prices of the various alarm systems, the prices of the extras, and even sample quotes that will make you order.

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What the quote for installing an alarm system should include?

The needs of an alarm system are very individual, and it is best to tailor an alarm system to suit your needs. However, every basic alarm system should include detectors (you choose the types of detectors as needed), a keyboard (check if the system supports your language if it is important to you), a hub (the alarm brain that connects all parts of the system), and sirens (the system that beeps when it detects suspicious movement).

Of course, there are additional features that you can customize according to your needs.

Wireless or wired alarm system? ​

Another common dilemma in installing an alarm is choosing the type of system, wired or wireless. Both types of systems have advantages and disadvantages:


A wireless alarm is easier to install and will allow wider system control, but at a higher price than a wired alarm.


A wired alarm, as it is called, is a system that requires internal wiring in the house’s walls. Therefore, in many cases where there is no suitable infrastructure for transmitting cables in the walls, we would prefer to give up preparing the infrastructure and install a wireless alarm.


The alarm system guards the house and gives its occupants a vital sense of security.

To make it work optimally for you, it is best to choose a quality system that will work for you and work 100% of the time smoothly. But how do you know which alarm system will work for you?

What should you choose, what should you install, and why should you pay attention?

So that you do not lose your temper and pay an excessive amount for a system that will torment you in the future, we are happy to focus here on what is important to know – about alarms, safety, and customization.


The main divisions between the different types of alarm systems are wired alarm systems and wireless alarm systems.


What are the differences?

What’s the matter? Think about the difference between the landline phone you once had at home (that old one with the wire…) and your sophisticated cell phone.

The difference between a wired and a wireless system is as follows: a wired alarm system operates based on wired connections to walls and electricity; a wireless system operates through a network of sensors communicating reliably, much like your mobile phone. The alarm components, such as sensors, horns, and controls, are connected to an internal wireless network. No wires, no electrical outlets.


So which is better for me?

This is where the real dilemma begins… Since each type of system has advantages and disadvantages, it is difficult to recommend one type or another with certainty. So instead of making an opinion, let’s get to know the different aspects of each system:

A wired alarm system is very reliable. The wires get inside the walls, are hard to damage, and will operate completely safely throughout the system’s life. As it is wired, you will never have to replace batteries, which sounds perfect. However, there is a big “but” here: a wired alarm system requires installation during the construction or renovation of the house because moving the lines involves penetrating the walls. Alternatively, external wiring, which is less safe and aesthetic, can be used but is commonly utilized in institutional buildings. The cost of the system is cheap, but the installation cost will be expensive. In short, a wired system will be perfect for you if you are building or renovating. If not, you may prefer to skip and go for a wireless system.

A wireless alarm system is again like your mobile: dependent on an external network. This means that if a network failure occurs, the system will stop working, and if there is no reception or the signal is slow, the system’s performance will decrease.

What to do? Please buy a quality system that will flow without problems and enjoy extremely aesthetic parts that are easy to install with a reliable signal. Here the system is expensive, while the installation is very cheap. One can install a wireless alarm system anywhere, regardless of the characteristics of the home. As a result, it is very useful for those who live in a built or rented home.

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Types of Alarm Detectors - We tested 8 popular alarm detectors

Detectors play a crucial role in whether the burglar can break into you. Alarm systems have become very popular in recent years, thanks to their ability to keep home and business in any situation and alert if there is a risk of burglary. Yet many do not attach importance to the different types of detectors of alarm systems. Therefore, it is important that before you purchase an alarm system, you know the types of detectors so that you know that the installer is doing his job well and installing the appropriate detectors for you.

These are the most popular alarm detectors:

Magnet detector

The detector connects to the front door or windows through a magnet, and opening the door or window activates the alarm system. One should use this detector to secure rear doors and windows.

indoor motion detector

An indoor motion detector works by sending two light rays, an upper light beam, and a lower light beam, and it detects suspicious movements by detecting the temperature that changes in the room.

I that’s to install this detector in enclosed spaces?

Outdoors motion sensor

Outdoor motion sensor consists of infrared sensors that aim to detect outdoor motion, for example, the yard area or area leading to the business. This detector ignores animal movement, is resistant to all weather conditions, and can detect movement up to a range of 50 feet. The detector can be installed in the exterior walls of the house.

Flooding detectors

One installs a flood detector mainly in buildings with a risk of flooding in the event of a leak or flooding of a particular area. The detector detects the danger and activates the alarm. This detector is especially suitable for installing alarms for businesses, offices, and public places.

indoor curtain detector

A curtain detector is the best solution for warning of breakthrough windows; the detector creates a transparent curtain that covers the entire window or area we want to protect. This detector is suitable for any place where it is necessary to secure the windows. However, it is very sensitive to any window opening, and sometimes the wind can activate it.

outdoor curtain detector

One designs an outdoor curtain detector to protect large windows or showcases.

The detector detects movement by infrared light, so we can have windows open, and the alarm will only go off when the detector detects someone passing by. The detector is primarily suitable for securing large windows in the house, such as a large display case leading to the yard.

Because of its relatively small size, one can install it unobtrusively and cleanly.

acoustic detector 

An acoustic detector operates through a small microphone inside. The detector is mainly suitable for the security of shop windows and shop windows of shops and businesses. When it detects shattered glass, for example, it activates the alarm.

Active beam detector

An active beam detector creates a beam between the two parts of the detector; the advantage of the beam detector is that it can reach very long distances and cover a larger area (such as a long fence or wall).