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New House Security.com Brings to Iowa its Smart Home Alarm Solutions, Green Lighting Services, Home Utility, and Energy Automation Solutions

July 2, 2013

Iowa residents of homes, apartments, condominiums, and mobile homes are introduced a new line of state-of-the-art Smart Home Utility Systems, Energy Management Solutions, Security Locks, Windows and Doors, Flooding, Smoke, Carbon Monoxide, Fire, and Medical Alerts, Smart Thermostats, and Home Alarm Automation Systems throughout all IA counties.

Des Moines, Iowa (PRWEB) July 01, 2013

New House Security.com (http://www.newhousesecurity.com) cannot stress enough the need for a home security system and monitored alarm services for every home, condominium, mobile home, and apartment in Iowa. The alarm professionals say that these services including smart home automation systems can help protect homes from theft, burglary and robbery. They also add that there are many other benefits that are included with Iowa home alarm services.

The first benefit the experts touch upon is that the homes in Iowa which these alarms have been installed may help remain protected from fire because these security systems can monitor smoke, CO2, flooding, and detect fire. They add that these home automation systems will immediately alert the home owners as well as the local authorities.

An example of some home alarm features and functionality of the new Iowa home security

systems
are:

  • Smartphone Apps
  • Notebook Apps
  • Motion Detectors
  • Backup Power
  • Home Security Locks
  • Smoke Alarms
  • CO2 Detection
  • Smart Home Thermostats
  • Wireless Touch Pads
  • Multiple Points of Protection
  • Home Security Windows
  • Free Home Security System
  • Security Doors
  • Lighting Automation
  • Medical Alerts
  • Home Video Cameras
  • 24/7 Monitoring
  • Flood Detection

For more information on Iowa home security and smart home utility automation visit: http://www.smarthomesecurityautomation.com

New House Security.com further continues that if there are leaks of poisonous gases like carbon monoxide, these Iowa home alarm services can immediately detect them also. According to the security experts, these home systems are capable of monitoring harmful levels of gases like CO2 in homes.

The resource consultants further add that these home systems can warn of natural disasters like floods or dangers that can be caused due to broken pipes and other plumbing hazards. They continue that Iowa home owners can get suitable home security services installed for the sake of obtaining immediate help when there are medical emergencies.

New House Security.com advises Iowa home owners to get appropriate alarm services installed for alerting them of very low temperatures that may freeze the pipes in their homes in states where their survival depends on it.

The alarm pros further advise home owners in Iowa to get in touch with competent IA home security dealers because they can provide excellent guidance and advice to them regarding the security of their homes. They point out that renown Iowa home security dealers will give good advice to home owners for protecting their houses, apartments, condos, or mobile homes even when they go on long vacations away from their residence.

New House Security.com points out the fact that Iowa insurance companies can sometimes offer home insurance at lower premiums if they get adequately equipped home security services installed in their homes. They advise home owners to get in touch with their insurance providers in IA about these discounts. They also direct Iowa home owners attention that their houses may have increased market value if they get appropriate home alarm services installed in their homes.

Iowa wireless home security and smart home automation services are now available in the following IA counties:

Adair County, Adams County, Allamakee County, Appanoose County, Audubon County, Benton County, Black Hawk County, Boone County, Bremer County, Buchanan County, Buena Vista County, Butler County, Calhoun County, Carroll County, Cass County, Cedar County, Cerro Gordo County, Cherokee County, Chickasaw County, Clarke County, Clay County, Clayton County, Clinton County, Crawford County, Dallas County, Davis County, Decatur County, Delaware County, Des Moines County, Dickinson County, Dubuque County, Emmet County, Fayette County, Floyd County, Franklin County, Fremont County, Greene County, Grundy County, Guthrie County, Hamilton County, Hancock County, Hardin County, Harrison County, Henry County, Howard County, Humboldt County, Ida County, Iowa County, Jackson County, Jasper County, Jefferson County, Johnson County, Jones County, Keokuk County, Kossuth County, Lee County, Linn County, Louisa County, Lucas County, Lyon County, Madison County, Mahaska County, Marion County, Marshall County, Mills County, Mitchell County, Monona County, Monroe County, Montgomery County, Muscatine County, Obrien County, Osceola County, Page County, Palo Alto County, Plymouth County, Pocahontas County, Polk County, Pottawattamie County, Poweshiek County, Ringgold County, Sac County, Scott County, Shelby County, Sioux County, Story County, Tama County, Taylor County, Union County, Van Buren County, Wapello County, Warren County, Washington County, Wayne County, Webster County, Winnebago County, Winneshiek County, Woodbury County, Worth County, and Wright County.

For more information on home security alarm service coverage in Iowa visit: http://www.newhomesecurityalarm.com/iowa

The professionals emphatically say that home owners in Iowa can have a peace of mind if they get suitable home alarms and automation systems installed in their homes. They point out that if Iowa home owners have concerns about the pricing of such home security services, they should balance their concerns against the peace of mind they can get with these home security systems. They go on to point out that the home owners need not fear burglary, intruders, theft, robbery, or other dangers like carbon monoxide, floods, fire, and freezing if they take steps to help protect their homes with these systems. They insist that home owners in Iowa be proactive in this regard because peace of mind is priceless.

About New House Security.com

New House Security.com can be of great value and a viable resource to Iowa home owners because if these smart home automation systems are installed in houses, apartments, condos, or any dwelling place for that matter, home owners in Iowa can have a better state of mind. It helps reduce the worry about theft, burglary, and also helps mitigate thoughts about dangerous incidents like fires and floods too.

For Traditional Iowa Home Security Service visit http://www.homealarmsystems.us.com or call toll free 1-866-507-3344.

For Smart Home Automation in Iowa visit http://www.smarthomewireless.org or call toll free 1-855-847-1776.

Sites Referenced:

neighborhoodscout.com/ia/crime/

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_cities_by_crime_rate

usa.com/iowa-state-crime-and-crime-rate.htm

fbi.gov/news/stories/2013/january/early-2012-crime-statistics/early-2012-crime-statistics

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/iowa-home-alarm-systems/smart-home-security-ia/prweb10892662.htm


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