Security cameras–like Ring–are the latest trend in home security. We live in an age where privacy is of the utmost importance, so you want to make sure you feel safe when you are home, but maybe more notably, when you’re not. Here are two factors to consider while you get started with taking this safety measure.

Smile for the camera:
Deciding on what type of camera system you want is a big aspect of setting up a security system. There are different levels of complexity that a camera can have. Some come with infrared LED lights that show objects clearly at night while others have a fixed feature focus use to survey specific areas. To decide which is best for you, you need to first determine how in-depth you want the security system on your property to be. We all want to keep an eye on things, but that means different things to different people. Keep in mind that there are also varying ones for indoors and outdoors, and you don’t want to install the wrong kind in the wrong place.

Go smart:
One of the best aspects of installing a security system is the ability to integrate it with your smart phone. You can set up notifications so you can see, in real time, if there’s any activity occurring on your property when you’re at work or away on vacation. This peace of mind is also beneficial when you are home. More advanced systems allow you to lock the front door from your phone, as well as turn off the lights, etc.

 

These key components of installing a home security system are something to consider before taking the plunge.

 

 

 

Conrad Smith
Your Real Estate Consultant
REALTOR®, BOLD, EcoBroker, CNE, CHRE, ILHM, KW Luxury 

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