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Whitetail Electronics

1216 W 26th St #1, Erie, PA 16508
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Whitetail Electronics installs home security systems in Erie. It offers customized 2Gig GC3e wireless encrypted platforms that can include fire and security sensors, Z-Wave automation, and cameras. The types of cameras it offers include cloud-based notification cameras and high-end surveillance systems. The company also installs specialty sensors that detect smoke, water level, temperature, carbon monoxide, propane, and methane. Whitetail Electronics is dedicated to offering custom systems ranging from basic security to elaborately engineered system designs. It has 25 years of industry experience.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What home security systems integrate with smart home software?

Some of the top-rated smart home security systems include Vivint and ADT Command. These systems integrate seamlessly with other smart devices in your home, including Google Nest temperature controls and Alexa-enabled technology. This enables you to control more than just your home security system from a device or console.

How do I prewire a house for a home security system?

Prewiring makes it easier to set up a security system for easy installation of alarm system keypads, window and door sensors, and other in-home security hardware. However, many homes are prewired during the construction phase, so if yours isn't, consult with an electrician or general contractor.

Does having a security system lower home insurance?

Most insurance providers do provide discounts to customers with a working home security system installed. Customers can expect to pay around 15% to 20% lower premiums when their home security system meets predetermined standards set by their insurer.

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