Protecting your home and your family is the primary goal of any security system. To reach that goal, security systems employ various methods of securing your home and making sure that you and your family can sleep safe at night. Technology has advanced rapidly in recent years and security systems are now able to do far more than they were even a few years ago. A security system can now send wireless signals from any room or any entry point, back too the central security control system to notify of any potential threat. This allows an entrance alarm system to remain effective at thwarting any potential intruders to your home.
An entry alarm is very effective at notifying anyone within the home that an entry point has been breached. For example, an entrance alarm can be placed on any exterior entry point to the home. An entry alarm could be placed on every exterior door and every exterior window. If a thief were to climb up on your roof and try to access your home from the second story window, the entry alert would go off as soon as he opened the window. The loud entry alert would more than likely scare him off, as well as wake up you and your family, and notify the security company all at the same time.
An entry alert is a very effective deterrent to a potential thief because they know that if every entry point to your home is armed, then they will have no way of getting into your home. This is an impossible barrier for a thief, and one they will not even want to try and get around.
An entrance alert system can also be installed on other places within an estate as well. If an estate has multiple outbuilding then an entrance alert system can be installed on every one of those out buildings as well. An alert system could be installed on a pool house or even on the gate to the pool to make sure that no person is using the pool without your permission. Another excellent place for an entry alarm is on a gate or entry point to a fenced in property. This alert will allow you to be notified if anyone accesses your property through a back gate or fence. This allows you to know who all is within your property at all times so you can contact the authorities if need be.