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GeoArm Review
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Starting Price:
$34.99/mo
Available Benefits
  • Digital Keypads
  • Door/Window Sensors
  • Surveillance Cameras
  • Motion Sensors
  • Keychain Remote Controls
  • Heat/Smoke Detectors
  • Flood Sensors
  • Glassbreak Sensors
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Offering alarm monitoring starting at $8/month, GeoArm will definitely grab your attention right away with its attractive promotions. In fact, GeoArm offers a number of promotions to give you free security systems, which can really help with the total cost of monitoring for new customers. The gimmicks and graphic laden designs might seem a little condescending, but they’re backed by over 30 years of home security experience. GeoArm also offers tons of different service options from landline to wireless monitoring to give you access to the services that help you feel safe and secure.

Equipment

GeoArm’s equipment offerings can be a little confusing at first, but actually include a wide range of options to choose from. With offerings from Honeywell, GE, DSC and 2GIG, you’ll have your choice of the tops brands in the business, including a choice of wireless or landline systems for each. No matter which manufacturer you choose, you’ll have access to standard features like door/ window monitors and motion sensors. GeoArm also has special options for video surveillance, meaning you can implement security cameras in your home.

Monitoring and response

Though GeoArm’s special promotions will certainly grab your attention, you’ll probably find a lot to enjoy about the monitoring services. This starts with the monitoring itself, which is one of GeoArm’s specific focuses. The company boasts about its Five Diamond Certification from the CSAA, which is one of the leading agencies ranking home monitoring companies. Even more impressive, GeoArm claims an average response time of 15 seconds, which can make all the difference when it comes to protecting your home and the things you care about most.

GeoArm monitors a number of threats in a number of ways. Everything from police to fire to medical protection can be included in your home security bundle, helping you address the concerns that you have. Whether you want wireless or traditional landline monitoring, you’ll find options to help you out, with backing from some of the best equipment manufacturers in the business.

GeoArm also offers some home security features, which can be incredibly convenient when trying to determine who exactly is at your front door. Noticeably absent, however, are the home automation features that many companies offer to help your home feel more comfortable. These features could also help you save on your energy bill, so the lack of automation features is pretty annoying.

Pricing

As stated above, GeoArm monitoring starts at $8/month—but of course it isn’t that straight forward. The $8/month is only for people who already have home security systems installed, meaning that this price is for people that want to switch to GeoArm’s services. Activation costs $1, but still the total cost is negligible. For free security system offers, you’ll wind up paying more for monitoring, although this is typically $25-$40/month. Add on features will also cost you, meaning a security camera could tack over $100 onto your bill. In all honesty, the pricing system is pretty fair, but will probably frustrate a lot of customers with its confusing structure and over-abundance of options.

The Good…

Starting at $8/month, GeoArm has some of the lowest prices in home security

The Bad…

Lacks advanced home automation features

And The Ugly

The site looks like it was designed to appeal to preschoolers