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Bosch provides top of the line security solutions

When it comes to protecting your home and property, it's understandable that you would demand only the most effective, reliable and regarded alarm systems on the market.

Best Home Alarm System Bosch

For the best value and peace of mind, you can't really go past Bosch security, a company which produces some of the best alarms in Australia.

Bosch operates all around the world and produces security solutions for residential homes and apartments as well as commercial offices and retail stores. They even provide alarms and CCTV cameras to industrial buildings, as well as public buildings such as hospitals, schools, museums and prisons.

As a world renowned brand, Bosch has also received many awards over the years recognising its commitment towards service and performance.

If you are considering investing in a Bosch alarm system for your home, then your first port of call should be either the Solution 2000,  the Solution 3000 or the Solution 6000.

Each of these has been specially tailored to meet the needs of a different consumer, and it's worthwhile taking a look at each one to determine which is right for you.

The Bosch Solution 3000 and Solution 6000 both offer security SMS messaging which can inform you when someone has activated or deactivated your alarm on your mobile. It also has the ability to arm/ disarm through your mobile phone.

These are a great option for families, who might want to keep track of what the kids are up to, or just for people who like to have constant peace of mind.

If that isn't a feature that interests you, then the Bosch Solution 2000 is a great all round alarm that is affordable and reliable, NBN ready, simple and easy to use, available in multiple keypad styles.

No matter which alarm system you choose, when you purchase a Bosch alarm you receive a guarantee of on-going performance, and a commitment towards your own personal safety and convenience. That's a promise that can't be beat.

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