Keeping the house safe and secured is every homeowner’s top priority. Even though you might already have a proper security placed around your house, you are never too safe. It is usually due to the constant technological advancement that we are surrounded nowadays. New systems of home protection are being developed every day, so it is fair to say that you should also upgrade your home security, and here are a few essential that you should consider.
Swipe the dated cameras
Old security systems used to involve a lot of wiring and manual instruction that just left you confused or tired of getting to know how it all worked. Today, many people opt for new and advanced smart cameras that are easy to install. Cheap, motion-sensitive wireless cameras are a boom these days. Not only are they easy to install, but they represent the most discreet way to safely monitor your house. The sense motion will immediately record anything covering all the grounds. These contemporary wireless security cameras can be switched on remotely, and they offer a chance for you to inspect your home on your mobile phone, due to their smart feature.
Uncoil the smoke detectors
Whether you wish to completely rectify your old smoke detector and upgrade it with new smart options, or you simply want to spruce up the existing one with new characteristic, you are in for a treat. Modern technology offers a variety of options for you to choose from. For instance, you can now get a new smart smoke detector which sends alerts to your telephone if they detect smoke or if it only wants to inform you when its battery is running low. This fancy home upgrade can also come with Internet connection giving you the opportunity to place any alarm sound your desire.
Focus on the entrance and gates
Another cosmopolitan way to secure your premises is to go a level up and install a smart lock on your front door. The auto-lock and unlock features in the smart lock will enable you to safely leave and return to your home. What is more, by installing a hydraulic gate closer you will be assured that your gate will get easily closed due to new patented damping system. The upgraded feature of this gate closer is efficiently adjusted, securing your home even more due to smoother closing. Your entrance and gates should be your prior upgrade because the safer you are from the outside, the safer you will be inside.
Smart up the small elements
When you decide to entirely renovate your house, you usually find some minor items laying completely useless around the house. Those are often used and broken plugs, wires, and expired light bulbs. However, there is a way to upgrade those small items. In order to ditch the cables, for example, you can get an indoor HDTV antenna which you only have to plug into your TV and the rest is done by your cable provider. Another thing worth changing is the plugs. Get smart plugs that allow you to plug in multiple appliances at various times, enabling you to switch them on and off whenever you desire. Last but not least, try switching the old light bulbs with the new LED smart ones which you can control with your telephone. Great, right?
If you already have a home camera, but you were not feeling quite safe with it, you should then upgrade it to a full home monitoring system. Smart home security system comes in a variety of options. You can upgrade it with lauder sirens, cellular and battery back up, and with a feature of flashy light bulbs that light up when someone opens the door. Furthermore, you can replace the dated control panel with a new all-in-one professional unit that offers wireless lyric touch control.
Boost the gadgets
Since you have all the other home security items modernized and upgraded, then you should also focus on enhancing the little things. Many gadgets are not used for protection, but there is a way to add security to their use. Consider installing video doorbell. They send a video alert to your smartphone plus they record and save all the activity when the doorbell is rung on the cloud. If you don’t have a doorbell powering, there are many inexpensive battery-powered models on the market for you to get. And, of course, since we cannot live without our smartphones, you can save some money, electricity, and nerves with a safe multi-port charging hubs. That is a fantastic way to power multiple gadgets and even safely protect the environment.
Making sure that everything is safe and secured around the house is certainly not an easy (or cheap) task. Whatever you might consider doing, just make sure that you purchase quality elements because they higher the quality, the safer are the premises.
Audrey Taylor was born in San Francisco, and moved to Adelaide at the age of five. Marketer researcher and social media manager on hold, full – time mommy of a cheerful two-year-old. Graduated from Queensford college, worked in a couple of marketing agencies across Australia, eager to learn more about business and share her experiences. Traveled across Europe. Her hobbies include: home decor, fashion, travel, music, old movies.