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Old 11-28-2016, 11:52 PM   #1
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Alarm System

Last evening I received a call from the facility where my Motorhome is stored, vandals broke into several units including ours. Door window broken, screen door cut, taken were clothing, electronics and associated damage. Need to pursue an alarm system any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Old 11-29-2016, 12:20 AM   #2
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Alarm System

Here is one I'm considering for my home. If you have electricity, this would work for your RV. It uses a built in cell connection instead of wifi, which is more reliable, and costs $15/month.
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Very sorry to hear this. You feel violated, and it's a bad feeling like no other.
There are possibly better suggestions, but you can get ADT, Simply Safe and the like for RVs the same as S&B with specific applications to your needs.

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Oops, missed post #2 while I was typing. Didn't mean to be repetitious.
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Here is one I'm considering for my home. If you have electricity, this would work for your RV. It uses a built in cell connection instead of wifi, which is more reliable, and costs $15/month.

SimpliSafe | Home Security Systems


Have Simply Safe at house and workshop. Good system, requires power and cell reception. Cell reception may be weak if stored in metal building or enclosure. We pay $25 per month for the plan that allows us to activate and deactivate via smart phone and receive system alerts. SSafe will call police if you have the $15 or $25 plans. You can use it as a local alarm for no monthly fee.

We have a local alarm installed in our RV. 12 volt power required and rings alarm at RV only.
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