Best Home Security Systems in Tulsa

Best Security Companies in Tulsa

Our Top Pick

Customized wireless alarm systems and automation solutions that fit your lifestyle.

1-888-287-8132

Best All Around

A state-of-the-art system and advanced home automation features.

1-844-217-8062

Best Home Automation

The oldest—and possibly the most trusted—home security provider in the U.S.

1-833-675-9408

Frequently Asked Questions 

Should I consider installing a home security system in Tulsa?

While you may feel that Tulsa is a safe place to work and live, it’s unfortunately home to an above-average crime rate. The city has grown leaps and bounds since its “oil capital” days, and it’s this very growth that has contributed to a dramatic spike in crime levels. In fact, the annual crime rate in Tulsa is 95% higher than the rest of Oklahoma, and a whopping 137% greater than the national average. If protecting life and property is important to you, then you should seriously consider investing in a home security system.

Should I have my home security system installed professionally, or can I do it myself?

Both methods of installations have their pro’s and their con’s. DIY systems are typically cheaper, but you’ll have to invest some time into researching what components you’ll need, as well as actually setting the system up. If you’re not tech-savvy, you’ll also need to tack on the stress of troubleshooting if things don’t go to according to plan. If you have your system professionally installed, you won’t have to worry about deciding which components to include, nor deal with any of the hassles that traditionally arise when trying to install things on your own.  The trade-off is a higher price point.

How effective are home security systems in deterring crime?

Home security systems are an extremely effective way to deter burglars. In fact, a recent survey found that one of the main deterrents for burglars was the presence of a home security system. The first activity, most burglars admitted, was to check for an alarm system.  Often times, the mere presence of a security system was enough for them to pass on one home, and look for an easier – and less risky – target. 

Should I consider installing a home security system for my rented apartment?

According to the National Crime Prevention Council, the likelihood of an apartment being broken into is as high as 85%. As such, installing a home security system makes perfect sense. Just keep in mind that you’ll need to get your landlord’s approval prior to installation.  Most will agree, since it protects their real estate asset just as much as it protects you and your belongings. Some may not feel comfortable with the arrangement, however.

If I move, can I transfer my home security system to my new place of residence?

Many companies will have no problem with you moving their equipment to a new location. Just be sure to read the fine print, since usually certain terms and conditions will apply. Unfortunately, this may not be an option with some home security companies.  If you’re renting, this is something you should definitely look into prior to making a final selection on a company. 

What are the key things to keep in mind when shopping for a home security system?

First and foremost, know what you want to protect and have a general budget in mind. Also, be sure to weigh the pro’s and con’s of DIY verses professional installation. And last, but certainly not least, have a basic understanding of features that will give you peace of mind, as well as mesh with your family size, routine and lifestyle.

How much does a home security system cost?

Prices vary greatly when it comes to home security systems. The 2 biggest factors that affect pricing are the type of installation you select and how complex of a system it is.  DIY installation is much cheaper than having a professional come out and do it for you. And a system with indoor and outdoor cameras, as well as window sensors, will cost a substantial amount more than just a basic home security system.  In addition to these costs, you also need to factor in the cost of monitoring, which starts at around $15/month.