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Best Home Security Companies in Vancouver

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Our goal is to connect people with the best local professionals. We scored Vancouver Home Security Companies on more than 25 variables across five categories, and analyzed the results to give you a hand-picked list of the best.



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14707 NE 13th Ct, Vancouver, WA 98685 Rating

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4.3 (101)

Why choose this provider?

OS Technologies provides comprehensive home security solutions for clients in and around Vancouver. Established in 2010, the company provides assistance in the design, installation, and maintenance of customized home security systems that include surveillance cameras, water leak detectors, smart locks, motion sensors, and glass break detectors. Its technicians also assist with smart home automation setup and integration. Clients of OS Technologies receive 24-hour support in case of technical issues. The company is accredited by Resideo and Honeywell Home.

3212 Main Street, Vancouver, WA 98663 Rating

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4.7 (71)
3.3 (7)

Why choose this provider?

Global Security serves clients in the Vancouver metro and its surrounding areas. It offers specialized security alarm solutions to keep the customers' properties protected 24/7. It also provides round-the-clock monitoring of the clients' homes and equipment through its cellular radio network that reports to its advanced Central Station monitoring facility. In addition, it allows the users to remotely access and monitors their home systems using its remote access feature. Global Security also has medical solutions such as medical alert buttons and keyfob transmitters.

1900 Main St, Vancouver, WA 98660 Rating

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4.6 (30)
4.6 (9)
3.7 (6)

Why choose this provider?

Current Home Technologies provides security solutions and audio-video systems to residential and commercial customers in Vancouver. It handles the sales, design, and installation of doorbell cameras, access controls, surveillance and video monitoring systems, and automation and sound equipment. Its products feature industry-standard technology that gives clients the freedom to manage their systems through a mobile app. The company has been in the business for over 20 years and is affiliated with the National Association of Home Builders.

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  • Introduction

    The phrase "home security system" is a blanket term for all of the hardware and supporting software that creates a network with the purpose of protecting a person's home, possessions, and family. A home security system can include an alarm, a series of cameras, security lights, and anything else used to protect private property.

    To find the best security system for your home, you'll need to consider your preferences. Some options lean more toward easy installation and customization, while others offer comprehensive monitoring and around-the-clock support.
  • How much is a home security system?

    The total price of most home security systems includes a one-time charge for equipment and installation plus a monthly monitoring fee. The installation/equipment charge is typically around $200 but depends on the equipment you select. For monitoring, expect to pay an average of $15 to $35 per month.

  • Who invented the home security system?

    Marie Van Brittan Brown invented an early version of the modern home security system in 1966 with the help of her husband, Albert. Simple yet highly advanced for its time, Brown's system made use of peepholes, a closed-circuit camera system, a two-way microphone, and an emergency alarm.

  • How much does a home security system cost?

    The cost of a home security system depends on the size of your home and the number of features you choose. Installation costs an average of $200, while monitoring can range anywhere from $10 - $15 per month for a doorbell camera. Every option has its own spectrum of prices. It's best to decide what suits your needs and price it out from there.

  • Are home security systems worth it?

    When deciding if a home security system is worth the investment, it's important to consider everything you're getting for the cost. A safer place to live is the obvious benefit, but you may also be able to lower your homeowner's insurance, protect your valuables, and of course — peace of mind.

  • Are wireless home security systems reliable?

    Wireless security systems are only reliable if they have a wired backup option. Because of the relative inconsistency in the connection of a wireless network, a lapse in latency or even a momentary connection drop can cause problems if there isn't a wired system to fall back on.

  • Do you need a permit for a home security system?

    Many municipalities and local governments require a permit to activate a home security system. The primary reason is that many alarm systems can automatically notify police and fire response, and governments have instituted regulations to prevent false alarms. Check with your county to be sure.

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