How to automate your home security

Your home’s your sanctuary. So feeling safe, secure and in the know – both when you’re there and when you’re out – is essential. Discover how these smart home security products can make your home more secure and give you peace of mind 24/7.

Smart security cameras: never miss a moment

Smart security cameras let you see and hear what’s happening around your home – anywhere, anytime.

The Samsung SmartCam has a 130° wide-angle lens so you can see more of your living room, front yard, or any other area you choose to keep a watchful eye over. Using the smart camera’s app on your phone, you can see what it sees via a real-time HD video feed – and even talk to whoever’s on the other side using two-way video chat.

Doubling as a floodlight, the Sengled Snap Smart Globe with infrared night vision is another great choice. It also slots right into a standard PAR83 light globe fitting for easy installation.

Did you know?
You can set up most home security cameras to send you a notification when motion or sound is detected, so you’re never out of the loop.

Smart locks: less to worry about when you leave

smart door lock lets you come and go as you please, and monitor who enters your home while you're away – no keys needed.

Depending on the model, you can configure them to lock automatically when you close the door behind you, detect forced entries, and even view a history of who’s accessed your home and at what time.

When it comes to choosing the right door lock, it all depends on the features you’re after.

On the simpler side, the Master Lock Bluetooth padlock is perfect for securing things outside. It uses your phone when it’s in range, or a directional code when it’s out of range.

Did you know?
Most smart door locks can be retrofitted to existing deadbolts, so there’s no extensive D.I.Y. or installation required. Plus, you won’t need to cut another set of keys again. Handy.

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