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I have used this app off and on for almost two years. I don’t like the recent upgrades that limited the amount of time movement is recorded. The app used to stop recording at a certain point and pick right back up because it defected there was still movement, not any more. The kids can leave the view of the camera, it stops recording but does not pick them back up when the walk back into the view of the camera, they made it through the living room into the kitchen. Both rooms are in the view. This was not just once, it’s a lot.

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com US, Allegion Republic of Ireland, Control4 US, Schneider Electric France, Legrand France, ABB Switzerland, Comcast US, STANLEY Convergent Security Solutions US, Nortek Security and Control US, FRONTPOINT US, and Vivint USWe've been very happy with both the service and product received from Smart Home Security. Our needs were relatively complex and they took the time to discuss the options, what we needed and fully explained how everything would work and benefit us. I feel like we've really been guided through the process of understanding what security system and feature we need to best suit our property and lives. The installation and set up of the system was completed quickly and easily and they follow up to make sure you are getting on alright with it. The fact that the system can be used via an app on your phone, a key fob or a key pad makes it really versatile and there is always someone on the end of a phone or ready to answer an email with any questions you have so the after service has been wonderful. So far we have installed an internal alarm system but we will also be using Smart Home Security to provide us with external CCTV cameras and gate automation, all which will integrate with what we currently have and be controlled via our existing app.

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For example, if you travel, you might need to remotely unlock your doors for family or guests, turn your lights on and off to make it look like you’re home, turn your thermostat up if an extended freeze is expected, high quality security cameras and doorbell cameras to monitor your home and property while you’re not there. You will also want all the basic security equipment as well, such as a control panel, window and door sensors, motion detectors, environmental protection sensors to protect your home from intruders or potential disasters such as a fire or pipe break, etc. If you are a senior, there are some extra security and home automation features you might consider in addition to the basics. For example, if you have mobility issues, you will probably want as many home automation features as you can get your hands on. These will allow you to remotely access, monitor, and control your entire home security system and much of your home’s equipment such as door locks, window blinds, small appliances, thermostat, garage door, and more. Having such features will enable you more flexibility with remote or voice controls and without having to physically handle these systems manually. Perhaps you have been exposed to a traumatic event such as being stalked, attacked, or cyber bullied, etc. at some point in your life and you just want something to make you feel more secure. In this case, you will probably want a security system that has a quality control panel with a panic button, loud siren, two way talk feature, high quality surveillance cameras with real time recordings and cloud storage, a doorbell camera, and some home automation features that will enable you to monitor and control your system remotely. These will also give you the backup and proof you need if for any reason you have to get the authorities involved. If your hands always seem to be full, then home automation is something you will probably want to consider.

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