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National vs Local Home Security System Provider?

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    Jen B

    I’m in the market for a home security system now that I am the proud owner of my new home (my old apartment didn’t need one because it was inside a gated community and there was a separate locked entrance to my building). Now however, my house is near a fairly busy intersection, And there have been some reports of burglaries.

    What’s holding me up is the fact that everyone seems to be reporting on the big national security companies, when as a general rule in life I prefer to shop local. Any recommendations for a local home security company here in Orlando, FL?

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    Hi Jen,

    Many of the national home security companies we review are DIY and you can move them from location to location easily and at no extra cost, which is a benefit to many consumers. However, we do understand your preference to support local, and there are local companies that offer DIY as well. The pros with local companies tend to be that there are more flexible pricing options, and the cons are that customer service and reliability vary greatly depending on whom you go with.

    We have a whole section on local Florida home security companies, and an article on providers in Orlando. Let us know whom you decide to go with and what your experience with them is!

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