home automation install

First I would like to address much of the unfair in my opinion negative comments regarding this product. The biggest one I have noticed was regarding power issues. Doorbell wiring comes in numerous sizes, and in numerous voltage, all depending on when it was installed and by who My house was built in the 1900’s and it was a nightmare trying to identify and follow the wiring. Most of it is not consistent across the board which makes building a product compatible difficult, additionally in some homes wiring in low voltage systems sometimes gets crossed as well. So before buying any doorbell system, research and make sure it will be compatible with your setup which includes doing your own due diligence and figuring out what you have for a setup. So take those complaints with a grain or a whole bag of salt.

burglar alarms wireless

01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

For the 2nd installation I did I was on some decorative uneven stone and this was quite the challenge as it would be for any doorbell installation. I went down and got some quickrete patching material from Home Depot and filled in the grout and made a nice circle the size and shape of the SkyBell provided base. I was able to get one screw hole drilled using the SkyBell provided drill bit worked fine, however I had to use glue for the other side. I recommend Loctite Outdoor Adhesive, it dry’s fast and clear and worked PERFECT. I have to say with only 1 screw in and the glue this device was not going anywhere. Once the mount is secure and the wires are attached, you just lock the device onto the mount and put one screw into the bottom.

install security system

01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

SILVERLINE SECURITY IS A RIP OFF. Sliverline Security Company is a total scam!My husband was solicited by one of the companies young sales person promissing high tech security to protect my home. Sensors were placed on all of the lower level windows, front and rear doors and second floor outside of my alarm-monitoring-services.html">three bedrooms. Sounds great. Not!The key sensors malfunctions three times calling the police costing me a total of $105 in false alarm fees. About four weeks after the alarm system was installed my house was burglarized and the alarm never went off.