KEEP A COVERT EYE ON MISCHIEF.
If you’re the parent of a sneaky teenager or an even sneakier pet, you’re probably well aware of how tough it can be to keep tabs on them. But with a home security camera, you’ll be able to see when your kid comes and goes, who they invite into your home and how they behave when you’re not around. And you can finally figure out your dog’s favorite time of day to rip up the couch cushions.
MONITOR BABIES, THE ELDERLY OR OTHER DEPENDENT HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS.
Traditional baby monitors only provide audio of your baby’s room. But with a security camera, you can see every move he or she makes and intervene, if needed. And if you share your home with someone who is elderly or disabled, a security camera can help you see a fall or collapse — a fairly common occurrence for this demographic.
GET TO THE BOTTOM OF MYSTERIOUS OCCURENCES.
Picture it: You’ve just turned in for the night, and you hear a strange noise coming from downstairs. If you have a security camera, all you have to do is look at the feed to see what’s happening. But if you’re still living B.C. (Before Camera), you’re going to have to use your feet to check things out — and could end up walking right into harm’s way.
CHECK UP ON CONTRACTORS OR YOUR CLEANING SERVICE.
It’s not unheard of for contractors to lounge around while on the job. If you’ve got workers in your home, a security camera can help you make sure that you’re always getting the most bang for your buck.
No other home security component is quite as versatile as the security camera. From your kids to your pets, your home is safer when you’re able to keep an eye on things — anytime, anyplace.