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  • 21 reviews

    Dakota Alert™ 1 Mile Vehicle Driveway Alarm System

    $249.99

    Detects vehicles and sends alert to receiver up to 1 mile away!

    $249.99
  • Dakota MURS Alert™ Base Station Kit
    17 reviews

    Dakota MURS Alert™ Base Station Motion Sensor Alarm System

    $179.99

    Transmits activity to base station transceiver up to 2 miles away!

    $179.99
  • 6 reviews

    Dakota Alert™ Solar-Powered IR Break Beam Alarm System

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    $299.99

    Sensors can be set up to 300 feet apart!

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    $299.99
  • Dakota MURS Alert™ Probe Base Kit
    5 reviews

    Dakota MURS Alert™ Base Station Probe Alarm System

    $279.99

    Transmits vehicle activity to base station receiver miles away!

    $279.99
  • Dakota MURS Alert Portable Probe Alarm System

    Dakota MURS Alert™ Portable Probe Alarm System

    $309.99

    Transmits vehicle activity to hand-held transceiver miles away!

    $309.99

About Visitor Chimes

Installing a visitor chime can help you keep better tabs on who’s coming in (and out!) of your home or office. DIY visitor chimes are inexpensive, simple to install, and they don’t require any extensive hardware. They’re a discreet solution to a major safety issue!

Do you often inadvertently leave the door unlocked? Or maybe you work in an office space where you can’t keep tabs on the door? Many of the visitor chime solutions from The Home Security Superstore use magnetic door sensors to alert you when someone opens the door. They’re battery powered and optional accessories like doorbells and motion detectors are available, too. Installing a visitor chime this weekend is the easiest way to always know the moment someone’s on your property.

There are plenty of reasons to install a visitor chime as they’re not just meant to deter criminals. They can tell you when the delivery man’s arrived, let you know when your kids get home from school, or even inform a hard-of-hearing loved one of a guest’s arrival. Sensor-activated chimes can be mounted on the door, on the wall, or even at the end of your driveway. Which one’s right for your property?