One of the best feelings in life is to spend time with people you love. Going out for a vacation is always a great opportunity to have quality time with your family. Your bag is jampacked with clothes and food, the car is ready, and the kids are all set for your weekend vacation. They happily ride the car as you go around for last-minute checks around the house; checking if the windows are closed, main doors are locked and if alarm systems are in place and in good condition. You start to drive the car away from your garage and head on to the beach. As you continue to drive, you can’t help but think if your house is really safe. You brush off the negative situations that might occur which are forming in your mind and just focus on the vacation itself. But still, it’s as if you want to drive back to your house just to make sure – one last time.
Feeling safe and secured nowadays goes along with the ability to check your home or your property remotely. It helps you to be updated of what’s happening in your home, even if you are outside—working, playing or doing the stuff that you love with your family. But how exactly do you setup your security system in place? Thanks to the power of the internet, you can easily achieve it together with your reliable access controls and network surveillance camera systems. Being able to remotely monitor even when you’re on-the-go can make your home security up a notch higher for a complete home and property protection.
Stop, Lock and Listen
Aside from windows and driveways as usual entry points of burglars, they always target the main doors when breaking through a property, specifically homes. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) published in their 2012 Uniform Crime Reports that 74.5% of burglaries are home burglaries with 39.5% of it happening at day time. Another important thing to note is that 34% of burglars enter through the main door. Considering this figures, you might want to double check on your main door lock to combat those first steps of burglars. (more…)