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Old 03-16-2012, 08:16 AM   #1
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Security alarms

We are trying to find a company near Houston Texas that will install a wireless alarm into an RV.

If anyone has any information please let me know

my email is Cheryl@customtravelhouston.com

I have checked with cartoys and a few other places but the things they are suggesting are really tacky. We do not want wires showing in the camper.

I find it so hard to believe that no one has thought of selling RV alarms.

There has been a big rash of break-ins at RV storage lots. They are taking the TV's and other electronics. We keep ours in a enclosed area but are worried they will start breaking into the enclosed garages next.

Any ideas would be really appreciated.

Please keep an eye on your rigs and your neighbors.

We had 6 broke into in just one day and we are not in a bad area of Houston.

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Old 03-16-2012, 03:55 PM   #2
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I put a system in my MH to protect are dogs when were not there. I ended up putting a house alarm wireless system in . I had to add a small inverter so I could have all time coverage being that it 110 ac. I also put a very loud siren and flashing light. Works great

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Old 03-16-2012, 07:28 PM   #3
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Try these folks ...AAS Alarm Systems, wireless alarms, BEST BUY_Consumer Digest
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