4 High Tech Security Systems For Your Home

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4 High Tech Security Systems for Your Home – With today’s modern technology, keeping your home safe is easier than ever. Installing a security system not only protects what you love, it can bring you peace of mind. Relax knowing that your home is safe with these state-of-the-art security systems:

1.Using Bluetooth technology, Lockitron Door Lock unlocks and locks your door via your smartphone. Benefits of this technology include sharing your key easily with family and friends as well as tracking who is unlocking your doors while you are away.

2. Sentri Home Security is the ultimate system attached to your smart device. Its software comes with live audio and video feed that can be accessed from any smart device you carry with you. This system can track air quality and temperature, as well as monitor lighting and energy usage in the home.

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3. Kwikset Kevo powered by UniKey is the lock that can be opened with the touch of a finger. All you need is a smartphone with the Kevo app or the Kevo Fob on your person to enable this magical technology. You can even set time constraints on when the Unikey is active, to ensure you know when and who is entering and exiting your home.

4. The tiny and sleek Nest camera is the perfect device to keep an eye on your living space while you are away. This camera gives you a 130 degree panoramic view with zoom capacity. For additional security and safety, add the Nest thermostat and Smoke +CO Alarm to your order.


When it comes to security, there is a system out there to suit every family’s needs. Security is a serious matter- and a little investment goes a long way when it comes to your family’s safety.


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