Before spending the cash on a security system for our home, I did some looking into it online.
I wanted to determine whether or not the investment was worth the money.
I was worried about paying yearly allowances and dealing with false alarms. But, I also wanted to be sure that our family is safe. While the teenagers are old enough to get off the bus by themselves and spend a few hours alone before my partner and I get done with work, I was worried about their safety, so one absolutely helpful aspect of home automation is that I can use the mobile app to watch what’s going on at home through the video doorbell and security cameras. I can truly make sure the teenagers arrived at the house, got inside and are right where they are supposed to be. With electronic door locks, I remotely unlock to permit them inside and there’s no worry over losing a key. Another plus side of the security system is that it discourages a home invasion. It has an alarm that should warn off the majority of potential burglars and the monitoring dealer notifies the local cops if someone does attempt to access the house. A recent article found that as more people in the town install home security systems, the number of robberies significantly went down. The home security system I chose provided a variety of nice features. Through an app on our ipad, I’m able to monitor, make changes and receive texts from a smart control unit, my keyless entry, lights, security cameras, sump pump, carbon monoxide detector and smoke alarm.