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”“New competitors are coming out of the woodwork,” he said. That, along with the do it yourself movement, he added, has in some cases “been detrimental to the traditional security dealer. ”He called Defenders’ revenue growth in the face of that increased competition “very aggressive and ahead of the curve. ”One element that has helped home security companies continue to thrive in the face of the DIY movement, Ward said, is monthly monitoring charges. “Recurring monthly revenue is where a good number of security companies get the majority of their revenue,” he said. But Defenders doesn’t have that luxury. In its arrangement with ADT, the latter gets all the monitoring revenue. A different modelDefenders is focused on its own goals, Boyce said, not fretting about the competition or changing landscape. The installation market is robust, Bateman said, adding that “companies with really good reputations and great stories to tell like Defenders can really benefit from all the mass advertising done by some of the new entrants—DIY and traditional. … It raises the awareness of the entire security and home automation industry. ”Boyce said he has four fundamental reasons for believing Defenders will continue to grow no matter the competitive landscape.

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This is lower than the $37 average on traditional security systems and doesn't require a contract; not all DIY security systems have professional monitoring. What equipment should you get?Begin with a starter kit that covers your basic DIY home security needs such as the number of motion detectors and entry sensors for your home's size. From there, you can choose other devices to enhance the surveillance around your home. Most of the systems we tested sell add ons to boost your security beyond the basics. The most useful add ons are third party smart home devices. Scout Alarm, abode, SimpliSafe, SwannOne, Wink and Iris by Lowe's can all integrate with Nest, which means you can set up your home security system to work with other Nest products such as a security camera. Half of the systems we tested can also use If This Then That IFTTT, a free internet based automation service that helps DIY security systems and third party smart home devices work together. Of course IFTTT goes beyond smart home tasks, but we're unsure if linking your security system to financial services and restaurants has any material benefits at this time. Very few systems offer smoke detectors as an add on, and in the case of home8alarm, it uses a fireman device to send alerts when your smoke detectors go off. Most DIY security systems in our tests sell security cameras that record video if it detects motion, which can be used to help with police reports or insurance claims. Although most home security systems include alarms or sirens in their hubs, you can buy separate sirens to place closer to entry points for maximum effect, which can deter intruders and alert your family of a break in.

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