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Smart devices can give you peace of mind and help keep track of your home. Never wonder if you forgot to close the garage door, just check your phone. If it’s open, simply shut it with your smart garage door opener. Think outside the house too, your lawn will be healthier with the help of smart sprinkler controllers and you might even save on your water bill. The one big advantage in going with a wireless home security system over a hard wired setup is in the installation cost. You will save hundreds if not thousands of dollars in installation costs by going wireless. In fact if you can hang a picture on the wall, odds are you can install a wireless security system yourself. With a wireless security system there are no wires to run other than the electrical cord on the control interface. You'll likely just need to be able to screw in a sensor here and there, or in some cases just stick it on via the adhesive backing. That means you or a paid installer won't have to drill through walls, concrete, steel, fish for and run wires through walls, and hook everything up to your home's power box which could even need a costly electrical addition. The larger the property usually also means the bigger the savings when it comes to wireless home security installation.