We inherently trust that we will be safe inside our homes. The moment we step in the front door of our own property, we let down our guard because we know we’ve made it to a safe place. That sense of security is created by investing in security measures like solid doors, effective window locks,
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Home security is the latest trend in the do-it-yourself movement. We all like to feel safe in our homes, and the temptation to buy a few inexpensive cameras to put up around the house can seem tempting – It’s easy, it’s cheap, why not? But do DIY home-security solutions truly make us more secure?
Have you ever wished you had a superpower that allowed you to be more than one place at a time? That way, you could work, run errands, and keep an eye on your home.
When the time comes to upsize, downsize, or move for work, every addition you’ve made to your home will affect the offer you will get when you sell it. A security system provides a rare return on your investment – It both increases your security now and adds value to your home when you decide
Smart cameras have become a mainstay of modern home security, just as motion-activated cameras before them. They both offer peace of mind to those who employ them. From deterrence to proof of intrusion, these two security measures place vital tools at your disposal.
Providing care and comfort to aging or ill family members is an act of love. Whether it was planned or due to unexpected circumstances, the daily care of a loved one is both a privilege and a heavy burden.
Electronic security systems and alarm codes have greatly improved the way we allow visitors into our home. Where we used to have to lend out a key, or worry someone might find the spare under the doormat, we now have a greater, safer array of options for welcoming our guests. Codes for electronic locks and
What if you could combine household savings on your utilities with being environmentally friendly? You can – with a smart thermostat.