The Cost for a Home Security System

The Cost for a Home Security System

A home security systems provides the comfort that comes with knowing you’re living and sleeping a home that is being monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If it’s time to upgrade your current system, or get a new one,  the good news is that Supreme Satellite & Security partners with ADT to provide reasonable prices for customers in need of a home security system.

If you have ever wondered how pricing works for these systems, please allow us to explain the general costs of a home security system:

Upfront Costs vs. Monitoring Costs

There are essentially two sets of costs for getting a home security system set up. The first is the upfront costs, which include your purchase of whatever equipment you may want for your home as well as installation. While some items are included with the Standard Monitoring package at no additional cost, premium packages can add extra hardware at additional expense.

The good news is that no matter how much hardware you decide to purchase, the installation charge is the same regardless. A technician from Supreme Satellite & Security will install everything for just $99. That is a one-time expense to make sure your home is up and running so ADT can continue monitoring these devices moving forward.

The costs of monitoring services also are static regardless of the service plan and package you opt to purchase. All our customers receive ADT 24/7 monitoring for just $52.99 per month.

Security Plan Options

Here at Supreme Satellite & Security, we offer a number of different plans that include various equipment. These include:

Standard Monitoring

The standard package includes an ADT digital keypad, several contacts for doors and windows, a motion detector, a keychain remote, yard signs, and window decals. Fire and smoke monitoring, carbon monoxide monitoring, flood monitoring, and a touchscreen keypad upgrade all are available at additional cost.

Premium Cellular

This package is identical to Standard Monitoring but adds CellGuard, which uses a cellular network to transmit alarm signals to ADT monitoring services instead of using a landline.

ADT Pulse Tier I Remote Access

Adding the ADT Pulse app to your monitoring is a huge advantage, as it allows you to access your alarm system remotely. This means arming and disarming it whether you’re at home or not, receiving text alerts or push notifications when an alarm sounds, or even just checking your cellphone to make sure the system is armed when you’re away.

ADT Pulse Tier II Remote Access

The next tier of ADT Pulse allows customers to view their home in real-time video. This obviously requires some extra hardware, but for those that want security video footage, this is the package to consider.

ADT Pulse Tier III Remote Access

You also can control your lighting, thermostat, small appliances, and door locks through your ADT smartphone app. You may have to purchase extra hardware to make all of this work, but this tier is the Cadillac of home security. It’s got everything you could imagine to want.

Work with a Trusted Security Provider

If you would like an estimate for one of these tiers, give us a call. Expenses are almost entirely customizable, but we’ll work with you to find something that fits your budget and gives your family the home security it wants and needs.

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