5 Smart Home accessories to keep your Home Secure
5 Smart Home accessories to keep your Home Secure

While you out of the station, it becomes quite easy for thieves to target your home. When people leave their windows or courtyard doors open for fresh air, they are also giving an opportunity to anyone to get in and out.

The Internet of Things has made it quite convenient to keep your smart home safe by letting you remotely controlling your door locks, smart lights, security camera, etc. You can easily monitor your smart home using your smartphone and an app. With the advancing technology, there are five ways through which you can keep your home secure and scare the burglars.

5 Smart Home accessories to keep your Home Secure

Smart deadbolt

Smart deadbolt
Smart deadbolt

The most important thing is using a smart lock like Schlage Sense Smart Deadbolt. You might think that there are several ways to unlock the Schlage Sense Smart Deadbolt but the burglars will hate it for sure. It features a built-in alarm to scare them off. It’s an Apple HomeKit compatible lock and a great way to frighten anyone who kicks your door. The smart deadbolt is Bluetooth enabled and comes with nickel or black matte finish to maintain a consistent look of both the lock and handle set. You can manage it through a key, opening via Siri or Schlage sense app. With HomeKit, you can set up a goodnight scene that will make sure to keep your door locked as you get in your bed.

Smart Padlock 

Smart Padlock
Smart Padlock

Master Lock Bluetooth Smart Padlock comes with an anti-shim technology and is a great way to keep your home safe. It sends tamper alerts as soon as someone starts fiddling with it. You can simply unlock it through a touch if an authorized Bluetooth device is in a required range. It’s a weather resistant smart lock with easy to use a smartphone. In addition to securing your home, you can add your loved ones in the app, and they will be able to unlock the door with their smartphones.

SmartThings Motion Sensor

SmartThings Motion Sensor
SmartThings Motion Sensor

Though Cameras are an excellent way to keep an eye on crooks, not everyone can be comfortable with such as surveillance environment. The SmartThings Motion Sensor along with the SmartThings Home Monitor Kit can provide quick alerts if any unexpected action is sensed. You can even pair the motion sensor with connected lights to make your home energy more efficient and scare burglars who might assume that the lights are off, so there is no one at home.

Web Security Camera

Web Security Camera
Web Security Camera

Web security cameras are becoming smarter and common these days. The Netatmo Welcome is emerging as a brilliant web camera. It is almost equal to pepper mill in size. The cylindrical camera has a subtle styling, so it’s perfect for an entryway table. This is an ideal placement for it as the facial recognition technology can let you know when your kids are home from school or when a crook has entered your home. In addition to that, it can work as a hub and sensors that send your smartphone notifications whenever the doors, windows, and gates open or close.

Smart lights 

Smart lights
Smart lights

Before breaking into a home, a thief might ring a bell or knock a door to check if someone’s at home. You don’t need to answer and scare them off, turning on the light is enough to make them run away. With BeON Bulbs, you don’t even need to flick a switch. These connected bulbs can learn your lighting schedule and work accordingly, while you are away. The built-in microphone can detect a doorbell, so it will immediately turn on the lights when hears a familiar ring.



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