Based in select areas of Ohio, Sievers Security has been a fixture in the home security industry since 1957. As one of the veteran home security companies in the state, Sievers has attracted a loyal following over the past six decades. The company is licensed and certified, plus it is affiliated with a number of reputable agencies. Sievers Security offers customers several alarm choices, each providing the convenience of arming and disarming systems remotely. Home automation and surveillance are also hallmarks of this well-established company.
One of the best aspects of choosing Sievers Security is that you'll have a wide variety of choices before you. The best way to make your decision is to evaluate your needs, preferences and what you can afford. The different systems come with several payment options as well. Plus, each system can be monitored and controlled through your electronic device while you're away from home.
Some security systems require intricate installation that can disrupt your routine and drag on for days. Sievers Security will be able to install your new system in a day or less, depending on the size of your home and what package you choose. There is even a do-it-yourself system you can put in with or without Sievers' expert assistance.
Sievers Security has an online tool that will help you make the right decision when it comes to your home security needs. Best of all, this tool is absolutely free to use.
At first glance, it might appear that Sievers' prices are reasonable and quite competitive with others in the industry. However, prospective customers should be aware that in addition to monthly costs, which range from $24.95 to $41.95, you will be responsible for paying an equipment cost. These costs can be as much as $349. You can elect to be a lower installation fee, but this will bring your monthly cost up.
The Do-it-Yourself package comes with no contract; however, the other home security systems require a three-year commitment. This contract locks users in even if they are not satisfied with the system or if it is not meeting their needs.
If you want features beyond what comes with the systems, your costs will go up beyond the equipment fee and monthly payments. For example, upgrades such as thermostats and extra keypads could cost your hundreds of dollars.
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