LifeShield Security

LifeShield Security

About LifeShield

LifeShield Security started in 2002 when Louis Stilp founded InGrid Home Security. His primary goal was to create a viable wireless home security system. After Stilp obtained 20 industry patents the name of the company was eventually changed to LifeShield Security.

LifeShield is based out of Langhorne, Pennsylvania and offers Internet-based home security systems and wireless security technologies in all 50 states. LifeShield was also one of the first home security companies to provide customers with remote access functionality for their home security systems.

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LifeShield Home Security Equipment and Services

LifeShield offers a range of wireless security equipment and services.

LifeShield Equipment

LifeShield offers customers 4 layers of back-up protection to keep their security systems online. Choose between broadband Internet or cellular GSM as your primary wireless security connection and then use the other one as your backup connection. You can also use a landline phone as an additional backup in addition to the 24-hour battery system backup.

Some of the available wireless home security equipment available from LifeShield includes:

  • Base
  • Wall Console
  • Door/Window Sensors
  • Keychain Remote
  • Siren Detector
  • Pet-Friendly Motion Detector
  • Wireless Video Camera
  • LifeShield’s Fire Safety Sensor
  • LifeShield Web & Mobile Applications

LifeShield Services

LifeShield Security offers customers three separate services:

Monitoring: LifeShield partners with Protection 1 to provide over one million homes with professional home monitoring services from five UL listed monitoring centers throughout the U.S. They offer a number of different types of monitoring services including burglary, medical, fire, carbon monoxide, video and environmental.

Installation: Customers can choose between professional alarm installation service and Do-It-Yourself setup. With professional alarm installation, a LifeShield Security Advisor will contact a local certified technician to schedule an installation appointment at your home.

Interactive Apps: LifeShield Security web and mobile apps allow customers to access their security systems from a smartphone, tablet or computer.

LifeShield Packages

LifeShield Home Security offers several different package options that customers can choose from based on their security needs.

  • Value Package: Includes (1) Base, (1) Console, (2) door and window sensors and (1)wireless keychain remote
  • Gold Package: Includes everything in the Value Package as well as (1) extra door and window sensor, (1) pet-friendly motion sensor and (1) fire safety sensor
  • Platinum Plus Package: Includes everything in the Gold Package as well as (1) wireless video camera

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Data Collected 08/22/2014 from http://www.lifeshield.com/