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[January 04, 2013]

Home Alarm Systems Reviews - Top Picks for 2013 by BestHomeAlarmSystemsReviews.com

Boston, MA, Jan 04, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- BestHomeAlarmSystemsReviews.com has been helping consumers make the decision on selecting the best home security system for their family. The review site ranks the top home security providers according to a strict set of guidelines which include closely looking at their equipment, monitoring plans, pricing and customer service.

According to the home security reviews site there are several companies that stand out among the dozens of home security systems companies that are available in the market today. Those companies are FrontPoint Security, Protect America and ADT. Each home security company offers wireless home security systems that are capable of being remotely armed/disarmed from an iPhone, iPad or Android device. Additionally, customers can configure text message alerts when events occur in the home like the front door is open or remotely stream video and keep tabs on what is going on back at the home front.

Each company also provides intrusion, fire and carbon monoxide detection which is monitored on a 24/7 basis, 365 days a year. These around the clock monitoring services not only provide consumers with a discount off their homeowners insurance but also a piece of mind as they sleep at night.

The top home security companies offer similar services but they all have their own characteristics that sets them apart from the pack and each other. To read the full home security systems reviews to compare each home security system company side-by-side visit BestHomeAlarmSystemsReviews.com.

About BestHomeAlarmSystemsReviews.com BestHomeAlarmSystemsReviews.com is a leading provider of independent home alarm systems reviews that takes pride in the fact they offer consumers a place to quickly compare the top home security system companies with monitoring services. Visit them online today at http://www.BestHomeAlarmSystemsReviews.com.

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