Summer is here and it is mostly time to relax. When summer comes, people start to loosen up and not have to worry about the big things. Security should not be out of the things you let fall by the wayside. Empty houses are easy targets especially during the summer. Your home and business has to be protected around the clock. There are many security systems to choose from. One of which is known as Core Home Security. They may be a new company, but they continue to work hard to get better with time. Protect America will look at the:

  • Who They Are
  • The Pros
  • The Cons

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Who They Are

While you protect your family, we’ll protect your home.

That is the motto of Core Home Security. They aim to protect the family and keep them safe above everything else. They pride themselves on providing the best quality they can offer with their work in equipment and service. They even have the Home Advisor seal of approval. The Core Home Security company has four plans for home security: Basic Cell Backup, Basic Home Touch, Home Touch Premire, and Home Touch Fort Knox. Core Home Security uses 2GIG, Alarm, Honeywell, and Interlogix products with their company.

The Pros

All four plans provide heat, smoke, and freezing monitoring. Carbon monoxide monitoring, water detection, and medical monitoring. Two-way voice and remote arming and disarming are included for all but the Basic Cell Backup as well. The Home Touch Premire, and Home Touch Fort Knox provide email and text alert notifications and local weather alerts. If you want more security, the Fort Knox plan has both optional and included Indoor video camera available. Core Home Security offers 24/7 emergency service.

The basic home touch with cameras eight pieces equipment while the home touch Fort Knox comes with ten pieces of equipment. They are Home Adviser approved. They offer three specials to help with buying new things for home security. You can sign up to their service to get more offers. The Better Business Bureau has provided fourteen positive reviews. Other than that, there are not many pieces of information on this company. It appears that they are still new and growing. There is not much to look at with their blog due to only having two current posts on it. There was not  even any information on A Secure Life.

The Cons

Obviously, there has to be some cons to Core Home Security. On Better Business Bureau, there has been sixteen complaints. Twelve of them involve the product itself. One person complained that they asked for a sign to show they were protected and never got one. On the website, the monthly prices are a bit iffy for those who are on the frugal side. Speaking of which, the website is not the best in the world and it looks like being done by a new person. The Basic Cell Backup plan only comes with four pieces of equipment.

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The Basic Home Touch without cameras only comes with five pieces of equipment. Two of the offers on the site have already expired. The details of the plans do not seem consistent between the front page and the plans page. Other than that, there are not many pieces of information on this company. It appears that they are still new and growing. There is not much to look at with their blog due to only having two current posts on it. There was not  even any information on A Secure Life.

If you are interested in a professionally monitored home security company that has been in business for 26 years with a modern DIY installation system, contact Protect Americafor an obligation-free quote.