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video surveillanceVideo Surveillance
Video surveillance has grown increasingly popular for private residences in recent years as the technology has evolved. Now wireless camera setups are easy to install, allowing homeowners to change the locations of the camera without adding new wires. Today homeowners can even access video recordings through their computer and mobile devices. There are numerous surveillance features for homeowners to choose from, including weather resistant, high resolution, or night vision cameras; greater recorder capacity to store and archive more footage; motion activation recording capability, analog or IP digital camera signals, and more.

home automation Home Automation
Home automation controls many essential elements within a household, such as lighting, heat, ventilation, HVAC, appliances, and now security. This technology offers increased control, efficiency, and energy savings. Security and home automation systems go hand-in-hand and thus are frequently packaged together by providers, making installation simpler. Furthermore, while they are away, homeowners can control the entire system through their computer and mobile devices, so they know exactly what is happening and trust that everything is running smoothly in their absence.

fire alarm smoke detector Fire Monitoring
It’s for good reason that fire monitoring systems are one of the most common features of home security systems. Thousands of Americans die in house fires every year, which is why it is critical to be cognizant of the risks and protect yourself and your family.

Automated fire monitoring systems detect changes in the environment caused by the products of combustion, including heat and gas. New video technologies can even identify fire using algorithms based on fire’s visible effects in recordings. As with other security features, fire monitoring systems can be accessed remotely so the homeowner will be contacted instantly if there is a concern.

carbon monoxide detection Carbon Monoxide Protection
When homeowners think of home security, they often picture someone breaking into their houses; however, your family’s safety can be compromised in less violent ways. In fact, a nearly undetectable gas, invisible and odorless, may do more harm than a break-in. Carbon monoxide (CO) claims the lives of 170 Americans every year, and many of these deaths could have been prevented had the gas been detected in time. Carbon monoxide sensors accurately monitor the levels of the gas in your home and are available in three types: electrochemical (which is the most common), colorimetric, and metal oxide semiconductor. Either a battery or your AC powers these alarms, and homeowners should have a back-up battery in case power is lost.

burglar protection Burglar Protection
On average, a burglary takes place every 15 seconds in the United States, and homes without security systems are 2 or 3 times more likely to be burglarized. Burglar alarms protect your home through a variety of different methods, such as magnetic switch sensors, glass break detectors, and Passive Infrared (PIR) motion sensors, among others. Magnetic switch sensors operate by running an electric current through a closed circuit. When someone disrupts the current by opening a door or window, the alarm sounds. Glass break sensors send an alert when they detect a sound frequency above a certain threshold. PIR sensors detect changes in the infrared light given off by items within its field of view.

Most of these options are available in wired or wireless models. Wired systems usually require professional installation, whereas wireless systems are typically less expensive and easier to install (even by homeowners themselves), but they require batteries and thus more maintenance.