10 PLACES TO PUT SECURITY CAMERAS AROUND YOUR HOME
1. Above your garage
Floodlights, paired with a high-definition security camera, can be the best line of defense for your home.
Depending on the configuration of your home, the garage is the first line of defense when it comes to home security.
2. At your front door
Most security doorbells these days can detect motion, track audio and even let you speak to those near your door.
One of the most obvious spots when it comes to where where to place security cameras is at your front door. A video doorbell gives you the ability to check in with your front porch from anywhere, at any time.
3. In your backyard
Keep out a close eye for pesky intruders around your home or in your garden.
4. In your garage
We can’t think of a better way to keep a close eye out on your vehicles than with a security system that has a built-in smart camera.
5. In your living room
Your furry friends will appreciate your watchful eye.
The tech expert in me advocates for a visible smart security camera in the living room as a well to help deter potential break-ins.
6. In your nursery
Smart security cameras don’t have to revolve purely around security. For instance, stashing a security camera in your baby’s nursery is a great way to have eyes and ears (especially with the microphone improvements many of today’s cameras have made) on your child while they sleep.
7. In your hallway
Long, dark hallways are often susceptible to peculiar noises at night. Mounting a smart security camera somewhere in that corridor will eliminate the need to get up late at night and check on that crash you just heard. Instead, you’ll be able to check your camera’s live feed, or see if it has recently recorded any motion.
8. Down your side yard
The entire perimeter of your home deserves to be protected.
9. Pointed at your front door
A video doorbell will capture anyone who approaches your front door. But it won’t be able to record the moment that someone enters your home.
10. In your kitchen
Everyone has been there. You’re already late for work, and you’re frantically driving into the office. Suddenly, a moment of panic barges in and you wonder if you left the oven on. Instead of having to drive home to check, a well-positioned security camera in your kitchen will have exactly the answer you’re searching for.
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