What Is The Best Outdoor Security Camera System To Buy in 2023
Ring Video Doorbell with HD Video, Motion Activated Alerts, Easy Installation - Satin Nickel
Additional Blink Sync Module for Blink Video Home Security Systems, Black
Geeni Look 2 Pack 1080p HD Smart Wi-Fi Security Camera System with Night Vision, Motion Detection, 2 Way Audio,Remote Access with iOS Android App, No Hub Required, Black
- 🎥【REAL 1080P Full HD With Perfect IR Night Vision】- Full HD 1080P, home security camera, better image capture by High-quality optics
- 📲【SUPER EASY SETUP WITH TOP RATED APP】- Quick WiFi setup with Geeni App on iPhone or Android smartphone (5G is not supported). Wireless security camera supports remote access via mobile App anywhere and anytime. This security camera with Micro SD card slot (8-64GB supported). ▲Support 2.4G WiFi only.
- 🎤【MOTION ALERTS AND 2 WAY AUDIO】- You can always be aware of what is happening with built-in high-sensitivity activity detection technology alerts will be immediately sent to your devices when moving objects are detected. Powerful built in mic and speaker lets you interact with your pet, baby, nanny, children or quietly listen from any location
- 📞【VOICE CONTROL WORKS WITH ALEXA】- Simple set up, just download the Geeni app and connect. Voice control with Amazon Alexa and The Google Assistant
- 📨【PROFESSIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE】24/7 customer support via email at [email protected], phone +1 (888) 232-3143, support.mygeeni.com for an online chat from Mon-Sun, 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM EST.
Fintie Silicone Skin for Blink XT2/XT Camera - [3 Pack] Soft Silicone UV Weather Resistant Protective and Camouflaged Case Cover for Blink XT2 & XT Home Security Indoor Outdoor Camera - Black
- Perfectly designed for Blink XT2 and XT Home Security Camera, protect your camera from UV light. Designed with extend edge to offer protection for your Blink XT2 and XT Camera in various weather elements.
- Made of durable slim silicone, the cover is durable enough to protect your camera but thin enough not to affect the mount.
- Soft and elastic material, easy to slip and replace, allows you to slip on the skins within seconds, snug fit the camera like a glove.
- Protect and camouflage your Blink XT2 and XT Home Security Camera to blend seamlessly to the color tone of the wall, ceiling or other surfaces mounted on.
- What’s included in the package: 3 x Silicone Skin (The Camera not included)
Interior Considerations for Preventing Burglary and Home Invasion
Tips for Home Security.
One of the most important ways to find this peace is to make sure your house has a safe room. A safe room is a place where you can retreat in the event of a burglary or invasion. Your safe room should have a thick, solid door with hinges exposed only on the safe room side. Your door should be equipped with a hardened steel deadbolt and two hardened pins for resistance to hacksaw attacks. If you want added protection, consider using a double-throw deadbolt. A single turn throws the bolt into the door at the standard depth; a second turn throws it in twice as far for added security.
Let's look at where you should locate your safe room. In the event of an emergency you will want to be able to get to your safe room as quickly as possible. You will also want it to be in a place where the rest of your family can get there quickly. What good would it do if you set up a safe room in your walk-in closet but your kid's rooms were on another floor? Try to come up with a central location convenient for everyone in the family.
If you do have a large walk-in closet, you may consider converting this room to a safe room. It could still be used as a closet. Simply replace the door and keep the room stocked with necessary items such as: a cell phone with charger, a flash light, a first-aid kit and something you can use to defend yourself. You may decide to keep a firearm in your safe room, but I would highly recommend training from a qualified professional before handling guns. The main qualification for your safe room is that it has no access other than its well fortified single door.
Homes equipped with security systems are safer. This is what the statistics say. Homes without security systems are three times more likely to be burglarized than homes with security systems. Most burglars will run at the first blast of an alarm. This is just another piece of your peace. Once you have armed your security system, you can head off to bed knowing that your house itself is ready to alert you and the police at the first sign of trouble.
There are two basic choices when it comes to home security systems. The first is a service such as ADT, Honeywell or Brinks, among others. These services will install a comprehensive system and then monitor your systems status at their central station. If an emergency were to occur, they would contact you and the necessary emergency service. This option offers some peace of mind, knowing that there are professionals monitoring your home for you, but it comes at a price in the form of a monthly charge.
The other option is a stand-alone system that you purchase and install. These systems are less expensive and there is no monthly charge but the protection is not quite as complete. You, the homeowner, must make the determination as to which option is right for you.
One of the most powerful tools that you have in the prevention of burglary is the dog. We looked earlier at the outside dog guarding your yard. Now I would like to take a look at the inside dog and how effective it can be.
One New Years Eve, my family and I had gotten home from celebrating and were turning in for the night at about 1:30 in the morning. Just as I was about to fall asleep I heard a car stop in front of our home, then I heard what sounded like several men talking in my front yard. Just as I was getting up to check it out, the doorbell rang. Before I even had a chance to get to the door, my Golden Retriever charged the front door growling and barking loudly (some people might scold their dog for this type of behavior, but I don't mind that my dog wants to protect my family). As I looked through a window into my front yard I saw a couple of guys getting into their car and leaving. Now, of course I don't know that there was any malicious intent on the part of these young guys, but the point is, I never found out one way or the other. They left as soon as the dog started barking.
Dogs instinctively guard their territory. Their sense of hearing and smell is many times more developed than ours. Many times my dog will know when someone is walking towards our house long before I will. He hears breaks engage, car doors open and close and even footsteps on the side walk. All of these things cause him to go into an "alert" mode. He goes to the window to see if he knows the person. If it is a stranger, he becomes loud and aggressive. "Good Boy", that's exactly what I want. A dog may not be able to protect you from every criminal out there, but it will scare most of them away.
Some people may think that all of these measures fall under the category of "overkill", maybe even paranoia. I have always believed, however, that you are better safe than sorry. You can't live your life in fear, but by the same token, one of the ways to avoid that is by being prepared for those things that might cause you fear. You see, the root cause of most fear is the unknown; not knowing who's been driving by your house late at night, not knowing what that sound was that woke you up, not knowing if you remembered to lock that back door when you went to bed. By attacking these fears head on and dealing with them, you master them, they don't master you. This is basically why I like the idea of a security checklist.