Home Security By Jason Duop / 24 December 2014 You may know you need to update your home or business security systems in the new year. But since the market is flooded with so many options and sites use a lot of technical jargon, the process all seems really difficult. But it doesn’t need to be. Here are three simple steps to finding the best security system using a Chubb online tool: 1. Consider Your Premises Type What is your haven? Is it a apartment, villa, small house, medium family home or a large family home? Or are you perhaps looking to cover your business? Each different type of premises has different security needs. 2. What is Your Budget? There are lots of different packages tailoured to fit your budget. These include a standard package, hybrid package, premium package and a high security commercial package Standard package: The standard package is the most cost effective security solution. Features include: Alarm Panel LED keypad 2 Internal Sirens External siren 2 PIR sensors 2 Door reed switches Backup battery 4 Warning stickers Installation & labour Hybrid Package The hybrid package features both hardwired and wireless components, which means greater flexibility and installment of components. It has the same features as the standard except for 2 wireless internal sirens, 2 wireless pet immune PIR sensors, 2 wireless door reed switches and 2 bi-directional remote controls. Premium Package The premium package offers the highest level of home security. The premium package includes: Alarm panel Touch screen keypad GRPS communicator 2 Internal sirens External siren 3 PIR sensors 2 Door reed switches Backup battery 4 Warning stickers Installation and labour High Security Commercial Package The high security commercial package is ideal for small to medium businesses seeking a security solution. This package includes: Alarm panel Touch screen keypad GPRS communicator 2 Internal sirens External siren 2 Anti masking PIR sensors 2 high security door reed switches Backup battery 4 Warning stickers Installation and labour 3. Contact specialists for a quote And finally, you need to contact specialists for a quote. They will handle the rest.