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Design: Aesthetics may be a concern. After all, you're bolting this thing to the front of your house!The Ring Pro looks the most like a traditional doorbell, and Ring even includes four faceplates, so you can choose which matches your house's trim or paint one exactly the shade you like. Video Doorbells vs. Security Cameras: Video doorbells don't necessarily make great security cameras. While the apps let you choose to receive motion alerts as well as doorbell alerts, motion triggered events often resulted in video of a person or car just exiting the frame. A dedicated security camera may be a better choice if you're looking for actual security, because you can position such a camera in more places.

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The Abode Essentials Starter Kit $229 includes one door/window sensor, a battery powered security camera and motion detector, and a key fob. Photo by Abode Systems — The Washington PostAnother DIY option is the Abode Essentials Starter Kit $229, which includes one door/window sensor, a battery powered security camera and motion detector, and a key fob. The system integrates with Amazon Echo, Google Home and other home automations for voice enabled arming and disarming. 3 options for professional monitoring systems With its Nest Secure alarm system, Nest offers professional monitoring through Brinks Home Security for an additional monthly fee. Photo by Nest — The Washington PostMany self monitoring systems offer professional monitoring services for an additional monthly or annual fee. With its Nest Secure alarm system, Nest offers professional monitoring through Brinks Home Security; a three year agreement costs $19 monthly and a month to month contract that's $29 a month.

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Although Adam told me he’d never litigated this particular issue before, he demonstrated a sound understanding of the various arguments and aspects of the case, and said he was eager to represent our side, as he strongly believed we were in the right. Please run away from this SHADY SHADY company. They do the majority of the sales during the summer. They will lie cheat and steal to get every dollar they can out of you. From the CEO Matt Smith to the CFO Adam Christianson to the President Adam Schanz the shadiest one of them all Plus he is the one that is teaching the whole sales crew how to scam you and he goes on the doors himself. Adam Schanz may be under another SCAM company originated out of UT named APT or Alarm Protection Technology. ITS ALL A SCAM. These guys promise their sales people that they will make 50k to 100k or more in a summer LIE. Then they teach the employees how to say certain things to customers to get the sale. They tell you to push the customer into getting the alarm installed the same day. They teach their employees how to misrepresent themselves and say they are from GE General Electric to get people to open up the door.