Monitor All the Activities in Your Louisiana Home with Security Cameras
Most of the time when people think of security cameras, they assume the technology will be used to protect the house and monitor the property in case a break-in occurs. However, today’s surveillance technologies can be used for so much more, including monitoring pets, babies, and even the delivery guy. You can use your security cameras for anything. In this blog though, we’ll highlight the main ways people in the New Orleans area use cameras at home.
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- Monitor pets or infants.
Maybe you just had a baby and want to keep eyes on your infant 24-7, or you have a new puppy who has to be monitored constantly (otherwise he’ll eat the couch). We can install surveillance cameras around your home, as well as video monitors and wireless technology, so you can see your loved ones at all times. Using a smart home system, you can open up the app on your phone or tablet and watch a live video feed of your child or pet in the nursery or back patio. Cameras can capture video 360 degrees around and record the footage all day so you can review it later. Set your system to alert you if a door opens. Listen in on your infant as he or she sleeps.
- Screen guests.
Install a surveillance camera at the front door and you can screen visitors before letting them in. Add an intercom system, and your smart home will alert you when the doorbell rings, the video feed will come up, and you can see who’s there. Integrate smart locks to open your doors using your mobile device so you can let people in whether you’re at home or not. It will be extremely easy and convenient to let in babysitters, mailmen, or friends and family as needed.
- Capture suspicious activity.
Of course the most important aspect of adding cameras is protecting your valuables, your home, and your loved ones from intruders. Our cameras have sensors built in so they can detect motion and turn on whenever a person is present. We even have “pet friendly” sensors that don’t turn on the alarm when your cat or dog goes by. Sensors are great because they also save memory space. They will only capture video when it’s important. Your system will send you text messages or emails to alert you in case of a break in or emergency, and you’ll be able to use the videos later for insurance or police inquiries.
Would you like to add surveillance cameras to your smart home? Contact us online to set up a discovery meeting with our team.