Protect your home against unwanted visitors
Now that the clock has moved an hour, the days are shorter and winter has truly arrived, it is wise to give some thought to the security of your home. This time of the year requires extra attention against burglars and other unwanted visitors
How to protect your home?
Close windows and doors tightly and mount anti-climb spike strips on your fence or gate. This does not only scare off burglars, but also intruders like cats, birds, or other animals.
Don't hide your keys outside your house under the doormat, but put them in a key safe which you can open by entering a code.
Make sure there is sound in the house by turning on some music. You can even arrange this remotely with smart home technology.
Place expensive belongings out of sight, or even lock them in a safe.
Fool burglars by putting dummy security in or around the house, such as dummy cameras or a dummy security siren. You can also let them believe you're at home by placing lighting in and around your home or creating a realistic TV effect with a TV simulator.
Make sure you have a good lock, or provide your door with (smart) door bells or phones.
Smart & Safe with Nedis Security & Safety
If you really want your home to be protected from unwanted visitors, the best option is to arrange security cameras in and around the house. This does not only make you and your family feel safe, burglars will be scared away when they see one hanging outside. These easy to use SmartLife cameras can be simply connected to your existing Wi-Fi network to monitor the areas of your house and record any sound or motion. Check out all of our security cameras.