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For most people nothing matters more than the safety of their loved ones and property and, fortunately, the digital revolution has now made it possible for homeowners to improve home security in ways that were previously unimaginable. Whether you are just a few kilometers way in the office performing your daily tasks or vacationing on another continent, it is now possible to keep tabs on the goings-on back home thanks to home automation.
There are almost countless ways in which you can effect upgrades into the security systems in your home to give you the peace of mind you require to continue with your normal day to day activities. Below are some of the steps you can take to turn yours into a smart home and address the most worrying home security concerns.
There’s a wide variety of home sensors that can be installed to protect your home from burglars. In addition to helping you automatically close and open doors, such sensors can detect movements on your property. If an attempt is made to break-in, you receive an instant alert to help you take remedial action. The alert could be delivered either in the form of audio warnings (by triggering off sirens) or visually (by identifying the intruder on video).
If you are one of those people who are in the habit of forgetting to close your doors when you leave home, the use of automated door locks could prove priceless. Such locks make it possible for you to close the doors from remote locations.
Should you be worried about the activities in your garage during your absence, automation helps you control the garage door to enhance the security of those you leave behind. This could be of critical importance especially when you are worried about the security of your kids or pets. In addition to letting you know the amount of time the garage door has been open, you can not only lock the garage door remotely but can also insert motion sensors (similar to those used in elevators) to make sure that the door does not close when your kids or pets are crossing into or out of the garage.
Home security lies at the very heart of home automation and the latter could prove your greatest ally in protecting life and property.
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Safety from Break-ins
Our pets are good for a lot of things and we love them dearly, but sometimes leaving them in charge of things like monitoring your home may not be such a good idea.
Even before an actual break-in attempt occurs, it is possible to deter would-be intruders. When away from home for long periods of time, you have the ability to switch on your lights on and off as desired to create the impression that you are at home. If a break in does occur with the proper security system you are protected.
Electronic Remote Control
The diverse electronic systems in a home are capable of causing grave damage when they are left unattended. If, for instance, you forgot to turn the oven off when leaving the house, the damage to your property could be immense.
There are other sources of fires and the ability to detect a fire before it spreads could be a matter of life and death. Home automation helps you take care of such scenarios by letting you know the appliances you might need to switch off to avert disaster. This ability to take instant action has helped save lives and property.
Peace of Mind
Every home owner fears things like having their house broken into or robbed. In the world we live in there are some bad people amongst us and impossible to avoid all the curves life will throw at us.
But it doesn’t mean we have to accept it and just deal with the consequences. Statistics show those who have taken the time and invested money in a good security system have reduced their chances of break in by 90%. Which statistic category are you going to want to fall under? Don’t wait until it’s too late, call and get your free consultation today!