Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why should I have an alarm system in my home or business?
  • I have pets in my house; will they trigger the alarm system?
  • What happens if my alarm is triggered?
  • What is smart home technology?
  • What if I trip my alarm system accidentally
  • Are smart homes affordable?
  • Does smart home technology work in a business?
  • Is the smart home system difficult to use?
  • How home automation saves energy?
  • Does home automation increase home value?

The study has shown that installing an alarm or security system in your home or business significantly reduces the chances of being stolen. Thieves look for places without alarm systems as they are easier to access, and there is less probability of being caught.

We can install particular switches/ detectors that don’t respond to pet movement but still notice motion. These are highly effective with small pets.

An Omaha Security Solutions installer will run through all the ins and outs of your security system and tailor a plan that works for you. Some popular options include: having notifications sent to your smartphone and monitoring and inspection by our security-monitoring center. You will contact yourselves and the police in the event of a security breach.

Smart home technology can link every system at your place, giving you, the homeowner, quick access to your home’s systems, whether you are at home or relaxing on a beach another continent away. Omaha Security Solutions can integrate everything in your home: TV, audio, green home technology, climate control, lighting, motorized shades, networking, security and surveillance, even outside landscape lighting and entertainment.

When we get an alarm signal, the first thing we do is to inform you of the alarm and determine whether an actual emergency exists. We can call your assigned numbers, send you a text message, and email to advise you of the alarm condition. You then have the opportunity to tell us it was an accidental alarm or to request information from police or fire responders.

Yes, smart homes are reasonable. Initially, it used to be considered a luxury. But now, setting up your smart home is easier than ever, but selecting the right smart home system to unify and streamline your devices and get them talking together is the greatest challenge that people face today. Know how you can benefit from turning your house into a smart home; this helps shortlist in on the right product.

Absolutely. Our integrated smart home systems are custom-designed to fit each business’s individual needs so that you, the business owner, can get focus on work without stressing about the technology you had in the past. The list of commercial automation services we provide is endless, including whole-building audio, multiple smart TVs, conference systems, security, surveillance, lighting, phones, motorized shades and green initiatives.

Not at all. Yes, your home or business will be high-tech, but a smart home system will simplify your life and make it more secure. Everything is controlled from a hand-held remote, tablet or smartphone; all marked with the tasks each can complete with the touch of your finger. Imagine you are heading out to work: Just by pressing “Away,” it locks all your doors, turns off the lights, alarms the security system and non-essential devices, and saves energy – not to mention your valuable time.

Home automation makes sure that your home utilizes resources like electricity and water more effectively to lower waste throughout the house. Besides increasing security and convenience, home automation can indeed make a difference in the environment, and you will thus get smaller utility bills. You can save energy by using energy control devices like smart power strips and switches that can turn off lights when not in use, thus saving energy and reducing costs.

Home automation is in high demand, thereby improving home value. Today, everyone wants to be in a smart home and enjoy cutting-edge technologies. When a house utilizes smart technology, homeowners can most likely increase their asking price. It would be great if the homeowner worked with a certified real estate agent, though, to make sure your price falls within what the market can bear.