You should consider buying smart home gadgets that will make it easier for you and your family to become accustomed to the changes brought by the cold weather. Learn about a few of the coolest winter smart home devices that will help you beat the cold-weather blues.
Home Security Cameras
Top Winter Smart Home Devices To Beat The Cold Weather Bluesby Amy | January 7, 2020
How Home Security Gives You Peace Of Mind For The Holidaysby Amy | November 15, 2019
Although the holidays bring a lot of joy and happiness for the whole family, they are also a time of stress when burglaries are very common. With presents everywhere and more cars parked near the home, theft is all too likely over the holidays.
How Our Home Automation System Keeps You Safe During Summerby Amy | May 17, 2019
Chances are summer’s warm weather and more relaxing climate means you’ll be booked for numerous outdoor activities, family get-togethers, and vacations. The more time you spend outside, the more you need to secure your home – according to a study conducted by the Bureau of Justice Statistics, more burglaries occur during the summer compared to any other […]
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Improving Your Home Security For The New Yearby Amy | January 7, 2019
Losing weight or quitting smoking typically make many New Year’s Resolution lists, but what about installing or updating your home security system? Keeping you and your family safe are definitely worth including on your list.
How To Best Protect Your Home And Car This Halloweenby Amy | October 30, 2018
According to a study conducted by the Boston Globe, crime rates increase by 50% on Halloween night. If you’re out trick-or-treating with the kids, burglars could take advantage of people being away from home and the unfamiliar traffic and pedestrians typically out on Halloween.