If you choose a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) method for your home security system, you can pick from our full complement of products and equipment. Help is also available for questions or concerns during your process.
Decide what you’re trying to achieve, the equipment you’ll need, and your budget. You might want a full home security system with related components. This could include—but isn’t limited to—indoor/outdoor security cameras, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, smart alarm sensors, and smart door locks.
Adding smart home automation is also something to consider. You can control all of these components remotely from any mobile device.
If your budget is a concern or you want to add a limited number of technologies at a time, consider your most important security needs first. Then, integrate other security measures at a later date.
For your added protection, 24/7 central monitoring services for any—or all—of your security elements is available.
You can facilitate remote monitoring of your indoor and outdoor cameras with advanced technology that works with your home security system. Video camera monitoring clearly identifies any suspicious trespassers and would-be thieves from invading your premises.
If you’re looking for a seamless security experience that can be controlled by your mobile device or PC, then consider adding smart home automation. This technology facilitates responses, such as remotely checking an outdoor security camera when you’re not home and locking your door. You can also use it for proactive tasks, such as thermostat temperature control and automatically creating a watering schedule for your outdoor sprinkler, which can save money on your water bill.