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Geo-Fencing: The New Security Trend for Safer Homes

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The greatest benefit of having a smart home is not needing to take extra time to manage your household amenities, like the security system, lights, shades and more. The system is intelligent enough to operate on its own so you can take time to focus on the more important tasks in your life, like work and family. Geo-fencing is another way your smart home runs automatically based on specific programming by professionals. While many government-run facilities and big corporations use geo-fencing to maintain high security, you can use it as well to protect your property, family members and valuables. In this blog, we explain what geo-fencing is, how it makes your system more efficient, and how to incorporate it into your security and surveillance systems in your Zionsville, Indiana home.

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New and Improved Security Cameras

New and Improved Security Cameras

The world of technology is always delivering new and improved security and surveillance products for the modern home. Today’s security cameras deliver vivid color, a crystal clear picture, and wireless access. You can even talk to some of them! The team at The Premier Group would love to help you choose the right products while following your budget. Whether you simply want a couple cameras in your Carmel, Indiana home for a baby monitor or pet cam, or if you want a complete surveillance and security system to keep an eye on your entire property and protect all your valuables, we provide solutions that meet all of your needs. A smart home is a safe home.

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Use Security Cameras to Protect Your Valuables and Enhance Your Home in Indianapolis, IN

Use Security Cameras to Protect Your Valuables and Enhance Your Home in Indianapolis, IN

There are a lot of reasons a homeowner may want to install security cameras. In the old days, families used security alarm systems to scare away invaders with sound and alert the police. Sometimes, criminals could find ways to avoid setting off the alarm, or the police wouldn’t arrive in time to make the arrest. Today, surveillance cameras provide the solution of capturing the robber’s activity on video so that even if he gets away, you have at least captured his face and actions. In addition to protecting your home from intruders, there are many ways you can use security cameras in an integrated control system, such as checking in on children, monitoring house staff or babysitters, keeping an eye on the pool, driveway, or play area, and managing your entry system. Read on to learn more.

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Monitor Every Room in Your Home Remotely

Going to Disney World for vacation? You can make sure your home is safe and in good condition at all times with an app on your phone. Use your smartphone to view various cameras around your home or let the system update you with text message alerts. If a person hops the fence and enters your backyard, you’ll know it with real-time updates and video clips of the intruder. You’ll be able to determine if it’s a stranger, or just a neighbor or mail man, and then act accordingly.  If you are busy riding space mountain, you can play the recorded video later at your convenience.
 

Act as a Gatekeeper with Surveillance and Access Controls

Video surveillance solutions not only help protect your home, but they also assist with daily activities. When the doorbell rings, pull up the video outside your front door and check who it is. If it’s a friend, the delivery guy, or your spouse who forgot their keys, simply press a button and let them in with your automatic keyless entry system.


Capture Activity with Motion Sensors

It would definitely waste a lot your time if you had to sit and watch hours of video to find the recorded action you are looking for. Motion sensors help by triggering the security cameras to turn on when someone enters a room. That way, you’ll only get video clips when it matters. So if your daughter arrives home from school, the camera detects her presence and sends an alert to your phone. By programming your surveillance cameras to only track movement and activity, you’ll save memory space and only get notifications when it matters.

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