Top tips for improving your home’s security
The start of a new year is a great time to improve your home’s security. At FirstEye we offer a wide range of security solutions, with cost-effective options to suit all budgets and requirements. From wireless burglar alarms and security lighting, through to smart doorbells, securing your home doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. Here are just a few examples of simple ways to give your home and family the protection they deserve:
• Security lighting is a low-cost way to help prevent burglary. Security lights illuminate otherwise dark areas which thieves use as ‘protection’ when attempting to gain access to a property. Installing security lighting offers a proven and highly effective deterrent as by preventing thieves from having a place to hide, you’ll put them off trying to break into your home.
• A security alarm offers great protection for your home, so if you don’t have one or yours is old or outdated, now is the time to have one installed. We install alarms in Leeds to suit all budgets and requirements, including wireless alarms designed to be controlled using a smartphone app. Remember than often the sight of an alarm bell box alone is enough to put off most thieves.
• Not only do smart door bells offer a safe way to see who’s at the door without having to answer it; they can also help prevent missed deliveries! Smart door bells are ideal for all types of property and can prove particularly useful for elderly or vulnerable residents. Smart door bells contain a tiny camera which, when the door bell is rung, will send images of who’s at the door to a smart phone app. It’s also possible to speak to the caller so if you’re not at home when that parcels delivered, you’ll be able to let them know where to leave it.
Get in touch with FirstEye security installations Leeds
We install domestic security systems throughout Leeds so if you’d like to find out more, or to obtain a free quote, get in touch with us by calling 0113 228 8599 or email firstname.lastname@example.org