Give These Home Security System Features a Second Look Before Buying

When it comes to home security systems, it may seem like there is no end to the number of features they can include. Motion detectors can be installed inside and outside the house, alarms can be attached to windows to detect any type of breakage, and cameras allow you to monitor every square meter of your property from your own phone. Because there are so many features available, note a few of those that you want to consider for your system, as they may, or may not, be the right choices for your home security needs. Read More 

Why You Should Install A Set Of Outdoor Blinds

Australians love being outdoors. As a nation, Australia has always tended toward sprawling back gardens and large verandahs: Australian homes are built with outdoor living in mind. If you live in a Queenslander, with their stunning fretwork verandas—or if you simply have a home with a large porch—you've probably considered having a set of outdoor blinds installed. Outdoor blinds are a great idea for pretty much anyone who enjoys a little outdoor living—and here's why. Read More 

Are You Looking for the Latest in Home Security Systems?

Home systems today can be linked to a tablet or smartphone device. This device or app will then become your nerve centre for home management solutions. For example, if you are in the back bedroom on the third floor and the doorbell rings, this could be a big inconvenience. Simply turn to the device in order to see who is there, first. During the evening when you are watching TV and thinking about turning in, use the device to adjust the temperature of a bedroom in preparation. Read More 

4 Ways Security Screens Are Guaranteed To Make Your Home Safer

Security screens are becoming increasingly common across Australia. Whether you're buying a home or planning to remodel one, installing security screens is a great way to add value to your property. More importantly, you should make sure the security screens you get measure up by actually providing security and not just improving your property's aesthetics. Below, find out how security screens make your home safer, not in just one way, but in several different ways. Read More 

Using Your Video Doorbell as a Security Camera? Five Features You Need

If you want to see who is knocking at your door, you need a video doorbell. Featuring a camera near your doorway that transmits images to a small handheld monitor in your home, these high-tech doorbells can also function as security cameras in some cases. Want the best set-up possible? Then look for these five features: 1. Vandal-resistant camera The cameras with most security video door bells are mounted outside, near your entryway, and if you want them to work, they need to be weather and vandal resistant. Read More