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What makes your home a target for residential burglary?
It may not be the things you’re thinking of. For example, many people believe that if their home is a modest, one-story residence on an “average street,” they are less vulnerable to home invasion than those who live in an upscale neighborhood. But the idea that criminals only target “rich” neighborhoods is a myth.

In fact, experts say that middle class neighborhoods are prime targets for thieves, since those homeowners are more likely to leave windows open, doors unlocked and keys under doormats. Middle class homes are also more likely to have foreclosed homes sitting empty next door (in other words, they don’t always have neighbors watching out for each other). More importantly, they are less likely to be protected by a home security system. Remember, burglars like easy targets. Contrary to what we see in movies, they aren’t typically looking for a challenge. They want to get in, steal something valuable and get out; your “average” home provides the perfect opportunity for that if it is not armed with a security system.

What would burglars take from you?

Most likely, cash and jewelry will be the first things they look for. After that, equipment and electronics are the next best thing to them. Gaming systems are popular items among burglars, as are laptop computers, smartphones and other high-tech devices. And perhaps surprisingly, bicycle theft is on the rise. All across the country, thieves are taking off with bikes in the blink of an eye, both in public and at private residences.

A home security system from IHAAVS, LLC is the answer

Fortunately, all of these risks can be reduced just by owning a security system. When potential criminals see a surveillance camera, keyless entry pad or other “hint” that a security system is protecting the home, they often flee without ever attempting to break in, or look elsewhere for an easier target. And if they do force entry, the alarm is nearly guaranteed to scare them away.

For more information on a home security system, network, Smart Home or Audio/Video System be sure to contact us. We’d love to help. Call us at 214-396-5858.

From now until the end of April 2018, install a security system and/or activate security monitoring and receive FREE installation and a FREE Alarm.com High-Definition Video doorbell.*

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How is the speed and performance of your network?

Though our business strategy to deliver unparalleled customer service from design through implementation has not changed, we often get request to help design the prewire scenario for home-theaters/home-entertainment systems, both new and existing construction.

This request and the overall DIY movement has been witness to our offerings evolving a bit over the last few years. We now design prewires, provide checklists, ship bulk-wire and supplies to your house, and whatever else you might need to prewire your own home.

We’ve even started building out media racks, pre-programming them and shipping them to Clients along with speakers and other supplies for customers to finish. Cutting holes in your walls and ceiling can be a daunting, overwhelming, and time-consuming, so you do as much as you want to do, and then when you’re ready for some extra help, you let us know and we’ll help wherever we can.

Can you get away without running cable and relying solely on wireless?

We’re often asked if it’s still worth it and/or necessary to prewire your home with all the advances in wireless technology. Yes! Prewire, absolutely prewire!

Wireless has come a long way, and we use it in almost every Smart Home and Audio/Video System we install, but we still want the wire to do the heavy lifting. It’s like cars and trucks. Trucks, or  in the case of your home the wire, does the heavy lifting. So, it carries the 4K video Content, hardwires the network into your TV’s, carries High Res Audio to your speakers, connects and powers your surveillance cameras, etc. The cars, or the wireless in the case of your home, do the light work. Lighting Control, Climate Control, Door Locks etc. You will definitely want a combination of both in your home but will want the wire for sure.

If you have questions about your prewire project, network, Smart Home or Audio/Video System be sure to contact us. We’d love to help. Call us at 214-396-5858.

From now until the end of April 2018, install a security system and/or activate security monitoring and receive FREE installation and a FREE Alarm.com High-Definition Video doorbell.*

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When you adjust the clocks for daylight saving time, make sure you do this other very important chore, too

Reminders to “spring forward” to accommodate the annual change to daylight saving time are virtually everywhere, but clocks are not the only things that require our attention, says Prosper Fire Chief, Stuart Blasingame.

“While daylight saving time officially begins at 2:00am on Sunday, March 11th, many families reset their clocks the night before, “he said. “While that’s taking place, we encourage families to check the batteries in the homes smoke, fire and carbon monoxide detectors as well.”

“A working smoke alarm can give you and your family the critical extra seconds to make a safe escape from a fire,” said Chief Blasingame and “cut the risk of dying in a home fire nearly in half.”

DON'T SKIP THIS IMPORTANT CHORE

Checking smoke, fire, and carbon monoxide detectors and alarms and changing the batteries where necessary are amongst the most effective and least expensive things that can protect family members. It’s critical that these life-saving devices operate at their peak and checking or changing batteries when resetting the clocks keeps them at their optimum efficiency. But don’t stop there. Offer to change and check batteries in all of these devices for elderly family members or neighbors, too.

“Unfortunately, we don’t think about these things until we hear of a tragedy somewhere, “ he said. “Changing the clocks, whether forward or backward, should be an immediate trigger to our memories regarding these life-saving devices. We know that a fire doubles in size every 30-seconds. The alarm just might give you and your family the time you need to get out safely.”

Checking, and if necessary, changing the batteries on each alarm or detection device at the same time clocks are reset can give residents peace of mind and, likely, a good night’s sleep.

“There should be a smoke detector outside each separate sleeping area, and one every level of your home. Smoke alarms, properly positioned and in good working order, have proven time and time again that they save lives, “ he said.

WHEN TO REPLACE SMOKE ALARMS AND DETECTORS

Before you head to the store to buy batteries, you should know that the International Association of Fire Chiefs suggests replacing smoke detectors and smoke alarms every 10 years. How old are your smoke detectors and smoke alarms? Don’t rely on outdated or worn-out devices to protect your family. Replace them.

To add even more valuable time for your family to escape a working house fire, consider adding detectors that are interconnected with your security system. Usually, when a fire breaks, people detect it by sensing the smell of smoke. If you are home and the fire breaks during the daytime, it is easy to sense and do something about it. But what if fire breaks out during the night or you are away from home?

With your 24x7x365 monitored security system, should the smoke detector detect smoke or a rapid rise in heat, your system will immediately notify authorities, saving valuable time and potentially saving life and property. Your security system can even be configured to send you a text or email alert should you be away from home.

IN CONCLUSION

Purchasing a monitored IHAAVS smoke detector for improving your home security system will help you keep your family safe from any type of fire emergency whether you are at home or away from home.

To learn more about how to incorporate smoke detectors into your home security system call us today at 214-396-5858. We will be happy to assist you in finding solutions to help keep your family safe and secure.

From now until the end of March 2018, install a security system or activate security monitoring and receive free installation with every and monitoring package purchased.*

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A Look at the Upcoming year in the Security and Surveillance Industry

The home security and smart home industries change every year. 2018 will surely bring even more changes and adaptations to the industry. IHAAVS pays close attention to industry trends to make sure that we bring both new and long-time customers the best, most reliable offerings possible. The following three trends have been growing throughout 2017 and will likely be guiding forces in 2018.

The Service Difference

In 2017, more and more do-it-yourself offerings have become available in the home security and smart home market. Companies like Nest and Google have been expanding their smart home options to include affordable security offerings. Along with these new players has arisen a focus on what sort of service you want/need for your home security. Many do-it-yourself brands have focused on low prices and web resources meaning an individual must do the bulk of the work to install and troubleshoot their systems. These systems often don’t include a security professional’s view when it comes to the vulnerabilities of a home and family and in some cases don’t even include monitoring.

More traditional companies have been doubling down on what they offer- ease and peace of mind leaving your installation and repairs to an expert. Along with this, traditional companies differentiate themselves with the quality of their monitoring services, which provides contact between the alarm and emergency personnel. In 2018, choosing a security provider will become about finding a provider that truly fits your needs, whether you want a hands-on or hands-off provider.

Seamless Integrations

With the rise of voice control devices like the Amazon Echo and the Google home, consumers have been looking for ways that their many smart devices can all work together. The security industry is no different. IHAAVS, with our partner, Alarm.com is one of many security systems that integrated with Amazon Echo and Google Home this year. More and more seamless integrations are becoming a more significant factor when it comes to home security and smart home devices.

It’s easy to buy several cheap, smart devices to try to make your life convenient, but if each only works individually and require its own app, then the benefits of convenience decrease significantly. Security system and smart home providers will be looking for ways to expand integrations with popular devices, when possible and by expanding the devices that they offer as a part of system. Another important part of these integrated systems is the ability for future upgrades and expansion with security providers likely considering more a-la-carte or add-on items for their systems. This can be beneficial, but only if the individual devices are quality and secure.

Secure Cloud Options

More and more people are living with their information in “the cloud.” When it comes to security though, “the cloud” can be dangerous. When it comes to things like video security, the average consumer wants the ability to securely save a lot of video. Some cloud-based options may be more secure than others, and these concerns will continue to grow and be an important part of the home security, surveillance and smart home landscape. The fear of hacking will only increase as more and more information is shared through the Internet and cyber security will become a part of many industries in 2018, if it isn’t already.

Options like the Streaming Video Recorders (SVRs) offer the accessibility and storage ability of the cloud but with the security of a local device when it comes to storing and viewing surveillance video. These kinds of options should grow in visibility and popularity in 2018 as information security becomes more and more important to consumers.

Do you have questions about remote access versus streaming and want to understand which is more secure and why? If so, call us today at 214-396-5858 . We will be happy to assist you in finding the right solution for you.

From now until the end of January 2018, step up to the security system that is arguably the most secure in the industry today and receive free installation with every Qolsys2 security and monitoring package purchased.*

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You May Need a New Small Business Phone System

The analog telephone network has been around for almost 140-years. It has played a major role in communications, both voice and data, as the following infographic shows.

As of 2020, it is projected that US carriers will no longer have to maintain analog phone networks. In some states, as early as Jan 1, 2017, this legislation will take effect. As of 2030, the last remaining analog telephone line service is planned to be cancelled.

For your business, this means: You May Need a New Small Business Phone System

Analog POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service) lines, PRI (Primary Rate Interface), T1, ISDN are all analog connections. These will need to be replaced by a SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) connection, which is a protocol that allows for your phones or phone system to route voice over the Internet, VoIP.

If your phone system does not support SIP, you will need a new system. Hosted PBX, hosted voice or cloud PBX, which are some of the names it’s commonly called, is where the phone system is hosted in the cloud or data center and the end-user phones connect over the Internet to the remote phone system. There is very little, if any, hardware in the office.

Faxing Will Convert to IP or Die

Today, faxing relies heavily on the analog network. Fax over Internet (FoIP) is where the analog connection is converted to digital IP, and routed over the Internet. It has proven to be very unreliable in most cases, except where there are no network latency issues or packet loss.

The long-term solution is to eliminate the fax machine altogether, if possible, by using a scanner, email, drop-box or other digital document transmission.

Credit Card Processing, Emergency Phones and Alarm Lines Will Change

Since credit card transactions, alarm lines and emergency phones, such as elevator phones, are all dependent on analog connections, they will need to convert to an IP connection. Credit card machines will need to be replaced with ones that communicate over the Internet – and are a reality today.

Can I Use My Existing Phones on a VoIP System or Hosted PBX?

If you have a newer phone system (within the past 2-3 years), you might be able to reuse your current phones on a VoIP System or Hosted PBX.

There are several types of phones but the majority fall into two basic categories:

  • Analog (you can plug them directly into a phone line, like at home)
  • Digital (the voice signal is converted to binary 1’s and 0’s)

Analog phones are typically used in the home (wired or wireless 900MHz or 2.4GHz) but can also be used in a small office environment, especially with a wireless/cordless phone, where an end-user needs to be mobile within the office. This is a cheaper alternative than adding a digital wireless phone, which will likely require a wireless (Wi-Fi) network infrastructure to support connectivity to the phone system. You want to be careful, though, when connecting your home phone to your company digital phone system as there may be voltage differences that could destroy your phone or other equipment. Always check with the manufacturer before doing so.

Digital phones come in many varieties. Typically, each phone system manufacturer has their own proprietary phones. For example, Cisco phones for a Cisco phone system, Mitel phones for a Mitel phone system, Shortel for a Shortel phone system, etc. Most of these systems and phones today also support SIP.

Phones that are SIP capable will usually work on a SIP capable phone system, for example, a Panasonic phone will register and function on a Cisco phone system. Usually, you will need to install or upgrade the software on the phone to support SIP. One downside of running a 3rd party phone on a hosted PBX is that you will generally lose much of the functionality of the original equipment manufacturer. Cisco likes Cisco and Mitel likes Mitel, etc.

In summary, if you have phones you want to use on a Hosted PBX:

  1. Make sure they are compatible with the providers’ system
  2. Determine what features, if any, you will be losing

While you might be able to reuse your phones on a VoIP System or Hosted PBX, I would recommend going with the providers’ phones as you are more likely to have fewer problems and better support with a richer set of features.

To find out more about how to replace your phone system with a Unified Communications system, call us at 214-396-5858. We will be happy to assist you in finding the right solution for you.

From now until the end of October, step up to the smartest doorbell on the block and receive a free Alarm.com Wi-Fi Video Doorbell Camera with every monitoring package purchased.*

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Illuminate your Homes Personality

Illuminate the unique personality of your home by beautifully and poetically capturing the light, unveiling all that makes your home distinctly your own. SHUTTERS enable you to create your perfectly customized window covering solution, while creating a first impression than never stops impressing.

Your home tells your story and chapter by chapter, room by room, your story is expressed in the details. SHUTTERS illuminate your appreciation of quality, and celebrate your admiration of excellence. They more than merely complement your space, they complete the story of your home.

The ones you love gather, meet and connect in your home. It is your haven and the place that keeps welcoming you and your friends back with open arms. Distinctive SHUTTERS belong there to control light, express style and reveal character—To tell the story only your home can tell.

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To find out more about the Art of Window Dressing and the complete, guaranteed for life, Hunter-Douglas line, call me, Katey, at 214-396-5858. I will be happy to assist you in finding the right solution for you.

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Let Us Help Dispel A Few Of the Common Myths

Smart home technology has become mainstream this year. It's no longer futuristic (sorry, Jetsons): it's here, it works, and it's very, very popular.

And yet, certain myths about this technology persist. Here are four that you've probably encountered. They're no longer true. Don't let them hold you back.

Myth: Smart homes are for technical people

Truth: Nearly half of Americans will own smart home technology by the end of this year.

All good myths have a basis in truth, and it's true that smart homes used to be restricted to technical tinkerers and millionaire owners of expensive custom-built systems. But times have changed, and millions of homeowners now enjoy the enhanced security, convenience and savings that a smart home offers.

That's thanks to new technology like cloud platforms that connect devices together, and wireless communications, as well as smart home service providers who make the smart home accessible to everyone. Alarm.com's service providers alone have installed more than two million smart home systems and counting.

Myth: You have to set everything up yourself

Truth: A service provider can install and configure everything for you.

Installing smart home technology on your own can be hard work. You need to be comfortable with electrical wiring, HVAC systems, networking and more. But going it alone isn't the only option.

Alarm.com has a network of expert smart home service providers who will plan, install and configure a state-of-the-art yet affordable smart home for you, and then provide dedicated technical support for the life of your contract.

Myth: Smart home technology is hard to operate

Truth: A solution with a single platform and app makes things easy.

There are some real smart home horror stories out there, but they're typically go-it-alone smart home projects with too many different products, apps and platforms. A whole-home solution like Alarm.com simplifies things with a single app that controls your entire home: security system, thermostat, lights, locks, garage door and more.

And because everything is connected by a single platform, you can automate all of your devices to do things for you. In many cases, you don't even need to open the app.

Myth: A smart home is expensive

Truth: A smart home gives you great value.

Upgrading your home with smart technology can pay you back many times over by preventing a burglary or a flood, or alerting you to a fire. It reduces your energy bills, makes day-to-day life easier, and provides valuable peace of mind.

You don't need to shell out thousands of dollars on devices to get started, either. You can own an Alarm.com smart home for a modest upfront payment and a three-year subscription. It's like buying a cellphone: you get all of the benefits right away, but pay monthly.

To find out more about how smarter home security protects your home and family, call us at 214-396-5858. We will be happy to assist you in finding the right solution for you.

From now until the end of October, step up to the smartest doorbell on the block and receive a free Alarm.com Wi-Fi Video Doorbell Camera with every monitoring package purchased.*

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Do you know the age of your smoke detectors?

Don't wait: check the date. That's a message from the National Fire Prevention Association, organizers of Fire Prevention Week. If the smoke alarms in your house are more than ten years old, advise the experts, it's time to replace them.

If you discover you need new smoke detectors this year, you'll find more options than last time you shopped—including ‘smart' smoke detectors that alert you by text message. However, these don't always provide the maximum protection for your home.

The smartest smoke detectors are those installed as part of a smart home security system. In the event of a fire, your security system to detects the threat, sounds the alarm, alerts professional assistance, and responds with proactive safeguards that protect your family.

Here's how smart home security takes action when fire, carbon monoxide and other elements threaten your home.

To find out more about how smarter home security protects your home and family, call us at 214-396-5858. We will be happy to assist you in finding the right solution for you.

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In Honor of Fire Prevention Week

To honor our first-responders during Fire Prevention week, we will be taking a look at technology designed to keep our families safe.

As a new generation of connected fire and smoke detectors hits the market, it's important to know that not every detector billed as "smart" delivers the maximum safety for your home and family.

A detector that is part of a fully integrated Smart Home is always safer, smarter and more efficient than a standalone fire/smoke detector, particularly when it comes to taking action in an emergency.

If you're considering a connected detector or solution to protect against fire, smoke and carbon monoxide, there are three things you should know.

1.  Your fire and smoke detectors should automatically alert emergency services

Fire/smoke detectors are life safety devices. As such, signaling inside the house isn't always enough. If a homeowner is away from the house during an unexpected emergency, the home will be unprotected. Neighbors are put at risk if the fire spreads. Pets are in danger.

Alarm.com keeps you protected - YouTube

Smart devices should automatically alert emergency services when they detect smoke or fire. With a Smart Home Security system powered by IHAAVS and Alarm.com, professional monitoring and emergency response is a core service. In addition, Interactive Services make it possible to send alerts to anyone else who needs them, like the homeowner, neighbors and friends or family close by. A fire/smoke alarm that does not alert emergency services is limited in the safety it can provide.

A real-life example of the power of emergency response paired with personal alerts happened to an Alarm.com user who had a fire in his condominium when he wasn't at home. His system automatically alerted emergency services and the fire department responded in minutes to put out the fire before it could endanger his neighbors. It's a touching story because the user also got an instant alert sent to his phone and was able to rush home and save his dogs.

2.  If your smoke detector depends on WiFi, you're taking a risk.

WiFi is fine for surfing the Internet, but depending on it for life safety puts your home and family at risk.

Loss of Internet service, power outages and WiFi signal reliability can all prevent a device from sending emergency alerts. Fire/smoke detectors in essential areas like basements or attics may not work properly due to weak WiFi signals.

In contrast, an always-on dedicated cellular connection provides a highly reliable signal, while battery backup keeps that signal strong during a power outage. Alerts are reliably delivered to emergency services and the property owner.

3.  Detectors provide more safety when they're part of a connected home system

Standalone fire/smoke detectors only understand one aspect of your home, a potentially costly limitation when it comes to life safety devices. A fully integrated Smart Home pulls information from devices inside and outside the home, and enables your home to take action in the event of an emergency. In the case of a fire, the home knows to shut down the HVAC to reduce the spread of smoke and ash, locks can automatically open to facilitate a fast exit, lights can turn on, and neighbors can be alerted to the danger. In this way, your house becomes safer when your devices are connected to each other through a Smart Home platform.

Interested in learning more about how to protect you home against fire? Please call us at 214-396-5858 to assist you in finding the right solution for you.

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How to Choose the Right Security System

One of the smartest things about an IHAAVS Protect-powered home is the proactive safeguards it provides for your family. Your system's advanced technology detects potential danger and takes action on your behalf.

Our Insights Engine, Geo-Services and Crash and Smash protection are all examples of proactive safeguards that work on their own, using Alarm.com's cloud intelligence and real-time data from devices around your home.

One proactive safeguard, however, has a human element: professional security monitoring, which is provided by IHAAVS.

What does it do?

In an alarm event at your home—a break-in, or fire—an IHAAVS Protect-powered security system sends an emergency signal, via dedicated cellular connection, to our 24-7 monitoring station. There, a trained security professional assesses the situation and quickly alerts local law enforcement or the fire department to the emergency.

How important is professional monitoring?

Do you need a service like this? After all, there are plenty of connected cameras and motion-detecting smart devices out there, all capable of alerting you to activity at home with a quick smartphone message.

Well, consider this:

Alerts are easy to miss. What if you're not available when a break-in or emergency incident happens? What if you're at the gym, or swimming, or at the movies with your phone on "do not disturb". Maybe you're on an airplane, or even just asleep.

It's inconvenient. Checking every alert, sorting harmless activity from the suspicious, and investigating each one - 24/7 – won't be easy. So you might find a great price on the camera, but when you have to provide your own security, you'll end up investing plenty of time.

This isn't your job. If there's an emergency at home, your job is to focus on one thing: keeping you and your loved ones out of harm's way.

Take the real-life example from the video below. Springing into action to rescue his dogs didn't leave Benjamin any extra time to contact the fire department—but his home's monitoring service had the job in hand. Firefighters were already on the way, and were able to save Benjamin's and his neighbors' homes.

Alarm.com Review: Smarter Home Security Saved My Dogs - YouTube

How do I get professional monitoring?

Professional monitoring is included with all IHAAVS Protect-powered smart home security systems, alongside other security-grade features like crash and smash protection, or our dedicated cellular connection. It's the only home security solution that delivers true protection and peace of mind.

Interested in learning more about security systems and comparing features and prices? Please call us at 214-396-5858 to assist you in finding the right security system for you.

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