How A Comcast Security System Can Protect Your Family

Is the Comcast Security Agency really a threat to your family’s peace of mind? Is it really better than the many competing systems for security monitoring? Many experts say no, but is Comcast really any better? While the Comcast Home Security adverts make great claims about automation and the advantages of unified home security, is Xfinity Home Security actually a competition for real security? Here we look at some of the advantages and disadvantages of Xfinity Home Security.

The first thing to say about this home security service is that it is indeed a cable TV solution. This means you are tied into the cable television provider through your phone line, and therefore your home will be part of their package. There are, however, additional home security features available through other means. These include but are not limited to:

Voice Recognition

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Allows you to control a security system remotely via voice commands. Of course, the instructions are sent over the telephone line, and if your home is equipped with voice recognition equipment, they can also be sent through voice-recognition software to the security system. This means that not only can you control the system from a distance, you can also see who is on the line. * Cameras – allows you to keep an eye on your property without physically having to be there. The cameras are small and can be hidden almost anywhere. * Alarm Systems – gives you instant, live updates of what is going on in your property.

So, it sounds like you can have a great system installed, but is it worth the cost? It depends on how far you are going to go with your security system. If you are just looking for extra protection for your front and back entrances, then you might think that it is expensive. And it might be, if you live alone or have no other family members at home. On the other hand, if you are like many homeowners, then a Comcast security system is definitely worth it. Here are a few reasons why.

Protection For Your Home And Family

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Having a Comcast security system installed is like having a brick wall surrounding your property. When a criminal is trying to break in, they will first try to get past the technology. Then, they will look for weak spots in the system so that they can bypass it. However, most criminals know this technology exists. Therefore, even if they have an opportunity to get past the system, chances are they will not be able to bypass it without being noticed. Therefore, you will have extra layers of protection around your home.

Reduced Insurance Costs – When a criminal tries to break into your property, insurance is always one of the last costs that will be factored into your bill. However, by installing a security system, you are reducing the need for insurance because you will be deterred from entering the property. In addition, the criminal will have to go through a lot more measures to gain access to the house – such as pulling alarms and trying to break a window. Therefore, by deterring the criminal from breaking into your home, the Comcast security system will help reduce your need for insurance.

Higher Property Value

If a criminal is not deterred, they are going to continue to try to gain access to your property. As a result, you are going to need to have the additional features of the Comcast security system to help you protect your home and property.

For example, you can install cameras and motion detectors. You can also get burglar alarms with this system. As you can see, all of these features will help increase the value of your home.


Increased Security Presence – You can feel more confident that no matter where you are in the world that you will be safe. This alone is one of the main reasons why many people consider a security system when they move to another location. If you are at work, you can feel more comfortable knowing that you are at home and safe because you know that there is someone watching your house. The system can be monitored by a company or anyone over the internet as long as it is powered on.

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