In a world full of intelligent automation devices and gizmos, remember that an intelligent home is a safe home!
Home security has changed dramatically over the last 10 years, from a simple keyboard, sensors, motion detectors, cameras and alarm to a whole intelligent home automation system that connects you to the home like never before! As consumers, we are so involved in thermostat control products such as nests and doorbell cameras that you can buy them separately from your electronics store that we lose sight of the main purpose of the service, which is security at home. At the end of the day, the most important feature of an intelligent home automation and security system is security! This is often overlooked when all the new products come onto the market each time the TV is switched on.
In addition to all these great gadgets and intelligent home functions, we lack the most important thing of all, the professional 24/7 police surveillance. Together with the motion detectors, window sensors, door sensors, signs in your garden, doorbells, and ear piercing alarms, the system is designed to keep you safe and protected and give you the security you deserve.
Did you know if your alarm is triggered, the service will call you, if you don’t answer, he will call your emergency contact, if he doesn’t, he will send the police to your home immediately? This fast thinking and acting can make the difference between life and death. Now we never want to believe that someone would break into our homes, we all think that our neighborhood is safe and protected. But everyone thinks that until there is a break. Most home breakers happen in the most beautiful areas, where people assume they are safe and criminals can exploit their assumptions and know that if they break in, there is a high probability that you will have valuables worth taking.
Don’t have nightmares now or start hanging bars from your windows, with today’s modern home security systems you can put your home security system into operation and run in one day and rest peacefully in the same night.
Most security systems are discreet, small, slim door and window sensors, a motion detector placed high up in a corner, cameras strategically positioned so they don’t get in your way, but at the same time capture every time someone comes or goes out of your house. We never want to believe that we need the police or the fire department, but a smart man once told me, “It’s better to have it and not need it, then to need it and not have it.