A Rundown of the Top 10 Performers in Property Security

Home Security Systems did a full investigation and consumer tally of the major leading security system brands in the United States. The results have been interesting, to say the least. This is not a list of the most popular systems. It is merely a list of the ones that garner the best consumer reviews while […]

Home Security Systems did a full investigation and consumer tally of the major leading security system brands in the United States. The results have been interesting, to say the least. This is not a list of the most popular systems. It is merely a list of the ones that garner the best consumer reviews while also passing investigation tests on quality and performance. It also accounts for the number of features and how effective they are. One of the main ones, for example, is the use of wireless. A full wireless system has a massive edge over others that integrate wired systems, because wireless is less invasive and more secure in general. It is not vulnerable to wire cutting or errors in the connection.

The below is a rundown of the top ranking security systems after the reviews and comparisons- from best to worst.

  1. FrontPoint Security
  2. protectAmerica
  3. LiveWatch
  4. ADT
  5. Vivint
  6. Lifeshield Security
  7. SimpliSafe
  8. Monitronics
  9. Protection 1
  10. Guardian Protection Services

FrontPoint earns the top ranking with an overall score of 9.88. This balances out all sorts of aspects, such as performance of the system, the ease of breaking in, the price, and the number of features included.

Safe Haven Security Website highlights a number of these attributes in finding the best resource for protecting one’s home. Interestingly, it may differ depending on the type of property and what protection is needed. For example, ADT provides wonderful service in the more straightforward levels of protection in residential communities. Vivint, on the other hand, is more of a specialty provider that may be more fitting for high level security and for commercial properties. Though it is worth noting that ADT’s new Pulse system is really breaking new ground for the nation’s most popular security option.

This rundown is just an overall thing to consider when looking at who to work with. The answer is more difficult than just going with FrontPoint every single time. Only a few small numbers and make up the difference between #1 and #10. There are marginal differences in the top half of the list. All have their perks and flaws that make this field so competitive.