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What should I look for in a security professional, and what kind of things does my dealer need to know?

First and foremost, a good security professional's primary concern should be the safety of your family. Period. They should be reliable and experienced, take pride in their work, and only sell and install products from a reputable manufacturer. The type of security you need can only be determined by discussing your lifestyle with your security professional, who will work with you to customize a system tailored to meet your needs after conducting a thorough evaluation of your home. For example, if you have young children, you may want a system that pages you when they arrive home from school. Maybe there are areas in your home that need extra protection, such as a baby's nursery, or a bedroom with a safe containing jewelry and other valuables. As a dog owner, you might consider adding a pet-immune PIR to your security package.

Your security professional should make sure that you know how to operate your system properly. Remember, when everyone in your home is comfortable using the security system, that's when it's delivering the very best protection.

View and download product features and specifications for the security equipment and control panels you can choose from.

Panels are: Ademco (Honeywell) Vista 15p, Vista 10P, Vista10 SE, and Vista 50. All can be found at:

DSC Panels are: Power 632, Power 832, 5010, 1555 and 1550. Should be found on DSC website at:

Also on the Honeywell site there are Videos on how to use keypads and such.

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