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4 Improvements that Ensure a Safe Home Now and in the Future

Technology continues to become more advanced. For homeowners who want to keep their assets and family safe, this is great news. Now more than ever, there are better and more effective ways of keeping your home safe. Here are four improvements that you can make to your home to reinforce safety for both the present and the future.

Surveillance

There are so many different security cameras and surveillance systems available now. Focusing just on cameras inside and outside of the home, these can be linked to your mobile phone. This allows you to know what is happening inside and outside of the home no matter what time it is or where you are. You’ve never been able to feel more secure than in being able to be your own security guard.

Doorbell Camera

One recent innovation that has been gaining a lot of popularity is the doorbell camera. Situated comfortably on the door, the camera is able to see every person who approaches the door. It can be seen either through a computer or your phone. No matter if it’s an innocent delivery driver or someone with questionable intentions, you’ll be able to watch them all.

Face-Recognition Doors

Another up and coming innovation for security is face recognition software. Recently, it’s being used for the opening and closing of locked doors. When the software recognizes your face, the door unlocks, and you are able to enter the home. This removes the need for traditional locks in the door. In turn, this prevents criminals from being able to pick locks and access the home.

Smart Security

Finally, security systems are going Smart. With devices able to last for a certain amount of time even if the electricity goes out, your home is still protected from invaders. These systems can be controlled through your phone. They may require some electrical work to install into the home, but they’ll function quite well after installation. These devices can be used to alert authorities, ambulances, the fire department, and other emergency services either with your voice or with a click of a button on your phone.

Clearly, technology is playing an important role in the safety of the home. As it advances, so too will the security of the home. To ensure your home is safe both now and in the future, you should try out any one of these tips or improvements. A little added home security never hurt anyone.

Tim Esterdahl

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