When Summer Starts Early, Home Security Can Help

Depending on what decision is made at the state level in the next few weeks, 2020 could be the year that summer starts early for many school-aged kids. If so, parents who are returning to their workplaces will need a way to stay on top of what’s going on at home. Luckily, there’s home security technology to help with that. For parents who need immediate solutions, here’s what we suggest implementing.

Outside Video Surveillance

We recommend starting out with home security cameras, which are motion detected so that they start recording the moment someone goes near them. With one of these installed at your front door, you’ll receive a phone notification with instant viewing of the video clip as soon as one of the kids leaves the house or has a friend over. Since whether or not those things are allowed is up to parents, you can view the video and respond accordingly. This kind of residential video surveillance is also an excellent way to make sure the kids are keeping the front door closed to strangers.

Inside Video Surveillance

If your children are just starting to stay home alone, or they have a sitter and you’d like to monitor their care, then you may be looking for a more powerful monitoring solution. When that’s the case, we often suggest installing video surveillance inside the house as well – specifically, placing cameras in the rooms where the children are most frequently. Some parents also choose to install a camera near any off-limits areas of the home, including places where firearms are stored or liquor is kept. Whatever your inside security concerns are for your children, ask us how we can help.

If summer is starting early for your family, you need home security technology on your side. Learn more by calling the GuardMe Security team; we will be glad to answer your questions.

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Craig Metzger
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