Home security used to provide a partial sense of safety, but frequent false alarms and fuzzy video did little to help residents sleep easier at night.

Add the time-consuming maintenance of rewind tapes and manually resetting video recordings, and it almost wasn’t worth it. While advancements made in home computer technology were progressing at a rapid rate, home video equipment seemed stagnant.

Not anymore. The switch to digital video and the increase in camera resolution have filled the traditional gaps in home security. For the first time, a security company can almost place a guarantee on their clients’ safety. If you’re considering a new home security equipment system, what are your options? What “levels” of security are affordable to homeowners or apartment managers?

If you’re at a loss as to where to begin, don’t worry: we get it all the time. It’s normal not to know what to ask, and that’s why we schedule free consultations 

Emerging Technologies with Security Equipment

Video cameras placed at important entry and exit points are a good start, and your options multiply when you consider wireless video equipment. You might also want to think about a webcam, which allows you (and your security company) to easily view what is going on at your home. Recently, a Brazilian man vacationing in Germany was watching a webcam at his home, only to see an intruder. He called his home security company halfway across the world, and the intruder was apprehended by local police.

If you’re at a loss as to where to begin, don’t worry:

We get it all the time. It’s normal not to know what to ask, and that’s why we schedule free consultations (to arrange one, just fill out our online form). We can provide alternatives that not only haven’t occurred to you, but that are in your price range as well.