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"Theirs vs Ours:" A Home Security Systems Comparison

by Mary Jezioro

Sep 29, 2017 3:48:08 PM

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"Why should I go with SHIELD?" "What makes you different?"

If I had a nickle every time I answered this  question, I'd be rich! (I don't... therefore, I'm not!) ... But we HAVE successfully answered this questions for thousands of clients in the SHIELD family. 

Truth is, home security has become a commodity. From the do-it-yourself kits to the "one  man bands" to the big national guys, it seems that EVERYONE is doing security these days. The days of expert craftsmanship may seem long gone, but in our SHIELD world, they are alive and well!

The image above is a prime example of what our techs run into every day: another unhappy homeowner who took the quick, cheap route and ended up with a security system installation that was a rats nest of ineffective, tangled wires. This "before" and "after" shot is a real life example of what makes SHIELD different.

The control panel (the "guts" of the security system) should always be in pristine condition.  We fixed this mess and gained a new client by  giving him what he should have gotten in the first place: a nice, clean, professional installation. The wires are cleanly bundled, the zones are clearly labeled, and the system is in tip-top shape.

Like most things in life, it's much better to do it right the first time. You'll end up saving time, money and A LOT of aggravation.  At SHIELD, we pride ourselves on this type of craftsmanship.  Alive and well, it's part of our core values here at SHIELD.

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Mary Jezioro

Mary Jezioro is the Vice President of SHIELD Security Systems. As the Marketing and Sales lead at SHIELD, she is focused on strategic planning and company growth. Mary is involved with the UB School of Management as former CELAA's Vice Chair, SCORE, WPO (Women President's Organization) and is also coached youth soccer. She and her husband, Ken, are proud parents of five children.