Over the last few years, home security systems have come a long way. With advancements in wireless security, it’s almost impossible to disconnect. Today’s security systems utilize smart devices and help keep families safer than ever before. Companies are targeting homeowners with new smart devices that allow them to interact with their home from the phones in their pockets, and homeowners are loving it.


As technology continues to evolve, users will see wireless video security systems evolve as well. And there’s a good chance we are going to start seeing security systems doing things that were never dreamed possible. There are numerous wireless video security systems available on the market, with many of them boasting functions like motion sensors and instant mobile alert notifications. Wireless security cameras provide a homeowner with several advantages, including:

  • Flexibility in placement
  • No wires
  • Easy accessibility
  • Low interference
  • Cost-efficient
  • Ease of installation

According to Forbes, “Home security systems are a bit like cars: the price is never the price. First there’s the cost of the unit, but then installation turns out to be a big expense, and service fees build up month after month. The “DIY” home security system has always been an attractive solution, but technologically incapable of doing a good enough job for most people’s liking.”

Here at Protect America, we don’t confuse you with hidden fees. And to mitigate the possibility of a costly installation, we install our systems free of charge. More importantly, we provide locked-in rates. It doesn’t get any better than that. We also offer a wide range of products to choose from. For now, let’s take a look at the different types of wireless video security systems that are on the horizon.

The Momentum Aria

This security camera combines a camera and floodlight into one. It is packed with multiple features, like a siren, two-way audio, motion detector, and the ability to save video recordings to the cloud or an SD card.


TP-Link is no stranger to the world of smart home devices and is introducing the Kasa Cam Outdoor Security Camera. It features night vision up to 30 feet and users can set custom motion zones. The company offers free cloud storage for up to two days and plans as low as $4 per month. With the Kasa Cam, users can view footage from their smartphone or tablet. This device is compatible with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Chromecast devices.

Netgear Arlo Security Camera

The Arlo Security Camera is a contender in the video security market. It has top-notch video quality, along with an intuitive user interface. The camera has excellent motion detection and flexible scheduling.



The Mini O is a budget camera packed with lots of features. The camera provides good quality video in both day and night settings, and its app allows users to set motion zones and schedule the device to power on and off each day. Video storage can be stored on a micro SD card by those who choose not to buy cloud storage.

Nest Cam

The Nest Cam Indoor has bumped up its video quality to 1080p. It captures clear video and night vision. Thanks to this device’s magnetic swiveling base, it can be placed just about anywhere you choose indoors. It’s easy to set up and has multiple uses. The camera can be used as an intercom and has the ability to connect with the Nest Thermostat, Nest Protect Smoke Detector, and numerous third-party smart devices.

Protect America

Here at Protect America, we will customize your home security system to meet your exact needs. We go out of our way to ensure your family and home are protected with today’s top-rated security devices. Contact us now to learn about free installation, locked-in rates, and free quote process.