and I just tried to weed out the dumb people from the actual product. All in all I would say to let security
companies be security companies aka ADT, Vivint and let internet companies be internet companies and don't get the two combined. My brother did get Comcast when he moved into his new house though and I saw the equipment, it did look good. These kits are typically but not always more affordable than a professional installation, while still giving you the necessary devices to protect any home. Plus, there are no long term contracts to worry about. If you’ve been feeling that security around your home is a little lacking, these kits make the perfect starting place. Here’s a list of some of our favorites. And if you’re uncertain whether you want to do it yourself or have one installed for you, we also have a list of the best home security systems, which is a combination of professionally installed and DIY kits to help you. Nest Secure read our full review here is the best example of what a home security starter kit should be: Simple, easy to understand, and unobtrusive while it’s working—but with plenty of options for expansion or additional features. The kit comes with the Guard hub, a round device with a number pad that tracks all the other sensors, but also incorporates a siren and motion sensor of its own. You also get two Detect motion sensors to set up where
you please around the house, and two Tag key fobs that will let you pass through them.