As you get older and your living situation changes, you’ll need home security that can respond to these new changes in your lifestyle. There’s a system for every milestone.
1. Living Alone
Your social life, work and travel may require you to spend more time away from home. Implement a home security system that monitors your property and supports your on-the-go lifestyle:
Mobile solutions: Manage your security system from any smartphone or tablet.
Video surveillance: Visually monitor your property from your smartphone.
Image sensors: Determine what triggered your alarm with images sent to your smart device.
2. Living Together
Couples may spend more time relaxing or entertaining at home compared to when they were living separately. Upgrade to a security system that supports your life together:
Unique access codes: Limit access to your home to only the two of you.
Home technologies: Control your entertainment system on one device.
Energy management: Keep utility costs down by controlling the thermostat and lights remotely.
3. Adding to the Family
The safety of a child is top of mind for new parents. Additional security equipment allows parents to monitor their children at all times, and provides a safe environment for infants to sleep and play:
Baby monitors and video surveillance: Respond promptly if your child is crying and visually verify that your child is sleeping through the night.
Moving into a new home may require additional security equipment or a reconfiguration of existing equipment. Consult a trusted security provider to assess the current security system against your needs. This will ensure your new home is equipped with the appropriate security devices for your family’s lifestyle.
Create peace of mind as you age by upgrading to a home security system that is responsive, yet enables you to live independently. The following features provide convenience and dependable security to users:
Personal emergency response system: Dispatch emergency personnel in the case of a medical emergency.
Video surveillance: Allow caregivers to check in on you.