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Looking for an alarm system in my rented house

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    Maru Quevedo
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    I rent a house currently but I’d like to install a home alarm system. It’s not too big of a place. Three bedrooms and 1 1/2 bathrooms. I would like to have video at both entrances to my home. I have a garage entrance and then a front door entrance. It’s a one story house as well (not sure if that matters). My landlord doesn’t mind if I need to screw some things into the walls. She said it could potentially up the value of the place. However, I would like to have the system relocated for when I move. If not possible, that’s completely fine, but it is a preference. Any help would be great. Thanks!

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    Kimberly Alt
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    It depends if you are wanting anything more than video. If you are ok with only having video, check out Piper. This is a camera that does not get screwed into any walls. It sits in the room and you can connect up to 5 of them together. You can keep an eye on your place with the Piper smartphone app. It is also easy to relocate.

    Another option is FrontPoint. FrontPoint is a well known security company that is simple to relocate. They have everything from cameras to sensors to smart home devices.

    To go through more security systems, check out our best home security reviews.

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