Security System Installation 101


The 4th of July weekend is fast approaching, and vacation is on the mind of many. While vacation is no doubt relaxing, many homeowners also want to have peace of mind in being able to securely leave their home unattended.

No matter what time of year it is, having a security system is a great addition to any home. Even so, it’s essential to make sure the system is installed correctly. Here’s what should be on your mind if you’re thinking about installing a security system yourself.

DIY vs. Professional Installation

These days, many homeowners feel compelled to buy a security system and install it on their own. There are some major issues that can come along with improper installation, however. Here are some to consider:

Improper wiring. With the background and expertise in proper wiring, Hiller can ensure that your home security system is properly installed, so in the event of a break-in your security system will actually go off and alert the security company. By installing the system yourself, you may leave your home and your family vulnerable–a big risk no one wants to take.

No covering your bases. On top of improper wiring, you may not end up covering all of your necessary bases that will ensure your home is completely protected. We’ll make sure to cover every nook and cranny, making it less likely that someone should break into your house unnoticed.

Buying equipment. Besides thinking about the security of your home, you have to also keep your budget in mind. Installing a home security system can be easy, but only if you have the proper tools. Purchasing tools for this one-time installation can be more expensive up-front, especially if you’re not likely to use them again.

Simply put, going the professional route will do so much to ensure your home is safe for you and your whole family. In the end, why take the risk when you can put your trust in our hands?

If you have any questions about the info above, feel free to contact us. Call us today at (402) 339-0524. Hiller Electric can help you with your installation needs—no job is too big or too small, and we guarantee quality service every time!

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