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Buying a Security Camera

Choosing a Home Security Camera

Keeping your home and family safe is important, whether you're at home or away. Installing a security camera system can help. There are different kinds of security cameras to choose from, including wired security cameras and wireless. Wired security cameras are hardwired to a power source, so you never have to worry about the batteries running low. Wireless security cameras use battery power, so they'll still work even if the power goes out. For the best of both worlds, you can choose security cameras that are hardwired with a battery backup or solar-powered cameras with rechargeable batteries.

Wi-Fi security cameras allow you to see what's going on at home with an app on your smartphone or tablet. Some cameras feature a microphone and speaker so you can talk to anyone on your property, or floodlights for additional security. If your security camera system includes a Wi-Fi connection, you may want to consider using a Wi-Fi extender to reach areas on your property that are farther from the router.

Some security cameras are simple enough to install yourself. Others may require professional installation. You can either monitor your security on your own or sign up for professional monitoring services if they're available.

Surveillance Cameras for Added Home Security

Home security cameras offer a wide variety of features to help keep your home and property secure. Motion sensors can detect movement and send an alert or image to your phone. You can check when the kids get home, keep an eye on the grill in the backyard and receive alerts when you're on vacation.

For even more security, you can install a wireless doorbell that allows you to see visitors at your door and communicate with them from anywhere. Plus, smart lights keep your home safer by making it look like someone is home, even when you're gone. Using all of these security devices together gives you even better protection for your home and property.