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Smart homes are taking the home security industry by storm. They often provide the latest advancements in the home security market and feature some of the most advanced systems on the market today. Furthermore, it is expected that the smart home industry will continue to expand; by 2022, it is estimated that the industry will amass $53 billion. Smart home systems include safety systems such as motion sensors, automated door locks, and surveillance cameras.

These systems also have the capability to be controlled by your smartphone and allow you to control the functions of your home from any location. This is advantageous when you are away from home, providing you with peace of mind that your home is safe and secure.

In addition to these security measures, various smart home systems also provide fire detection systems that will alert inhabitants of potential danger from either fire or smoke. These systems can even contact the fire department and other necessary personnel to take care of the potential threat. Below, we’ll examine some of the ways smart home systems can protect your home from harm.

Security Cameras

Security cameras are essential assets in home security. Having access to the footage these cameras capture anytime or anywhere is a crucial aspect of any home security system. With smart home systems, homeowners can view their security cameras from an app on their smartphone, allowing them to see if anyone is near their home or if there are any other potential threats.

Security cameras are among the most popular and useful forms of security systems. They can protect your home any time of the day and allow you to view the footage directly. Furthermore, many cameras have motion sensors that will alert the home’s inhabitants of potential hazards.

Motion Sensors

Motion sensors are important to your home’s smart home system, as well, and are one of the most important aspects of home security. Smart home technologies such as these can alert the police if any unwanted person enters your home or breaks a window. They can also alert you to any other breach in your system. These systems are also helpful when waiting for visitors, delivery workers, or your home’s inhabitants, as they’ll alert you to any new presence. In some cases, they can even give you greater visibility into your pest control needs; if you observe critters coming and going around one area of your home, you can gain insight that will allow you to remove these animals safely — thus preventing damage to your property.

Automated Door Locks

Automated door locks are some of the most critical of the smart home system. Security systems such as automated door locks allow homeowners to lock the door from any location. This comes in handy when you are in a rush and forget to lock the door. All you’ll need to do is pull out your smartphone, lock the door, and experience peace of mind knowing your home is secure. This feature can come in handy when you’ve gone to bed for the evening and want to make sure all of your entryways are secure. You can accomplish this with the tap of a screen, rather than making the trek downstairs.

Fire Detection Systems

One of the most common threats to homes is smoke or fire damage. Fire detection systems are critical to the safety of your home. Your smart system will detect fire or smoke and will call the appropriate authorities to secure the home and prevent any potential damage or injury. These systems contribute significantly to the peace of mind of the homeowner, knowing they are safe and will be promptly alerted at any sign of danger.

Automating your home provides you with the safety and security of knowing that both you and your home are safe and secure. It will give you the peace of mind that you will be alerted in the event of any danger and allow you to feel safe in your space. To learn more, please contact us today.

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