Feel safe with a home security system that’s smart

To protect your home from intruders, monitor pets or kids, prevent basement floods and more. Smart security devices will keep you informed night or day with smartphone, tablet, email or SMS alerts. You can set up routines to turn them on or off at certain times. Designed for minimal physical interaction but maximum insurance.

Smart Cameras

Smart Locks




What is a smart home security system?

A smart security device is built for easy installation, accessibility on smartphones and interconnectivity with other devices. Developers have incorporated a whole range of additional features to a standard security product to increase its smart functionality. They have embedded cameras with motion sensors into doorbells, making these doorbells into a front door security system. They have fixed microprocessors into smart sensors so that when the sensor picks up on smoke you receive an alert on your smartphone. These smart devices have WiFi connectivity so you can stay informed 24/7, regardless of whether you’re home or on vacation. The incredible aspect of smart devices is that their interconnectivity allows you to set up routines so that one device can trigger the other. A simple “Goodnight Google” can lock your front door, activate door and window sensors and turn off the lights in vacant rooms.

The different types of smart devices that are available to enhance your home security.

The range of smart home devices is always growing. Here are some of the best smart home security devices we have available on our page.

Smart Security Cameras

Smart security cameras bring you the essentials of a surveillance camera but with HD quality video, instant alerts from a motion sensor, live video feed on your smartphone and so on. Some feature a two-way communication option so you can talk to the person you see on the screen. Smart security cameras come in three main types: indoor, outdoor and doorbell cameras.

Smart Locks

Smart locks will not replace your current front-door lock system. You can install them from inside the house, so when you forget your key, you have the option to unlock it using your smartphone. You can set up multiple users and give out temporary virtual keys to friends, family or service people. Aside from the front door, there are also smart locks designed for garage door openers.

Smart Sensors

Smart sensors can improve your current home security system. Smart sensors come in the form of motion sensors, smoke sensors, window and door sensors, and water sensors. Receive a notification on your smartphone if the smoke sensor detects fire or carbon monoxide. Prevent molding by attaching a water sensor near your washing machine or under the kitchen sink. Before leaving on holiday, open up your security app and check on all the locks and sensors to assure none of the doors or windows are left open.


Accessories bring you flexibility for your smart security devices. Switch to sustainable energy using solar panels for your smart camera surveillance. Change the color of your camera with silicon skins to have them match the interior of your home. Install the best camera mount you need to get the best angle for your camera.

How can I build the best smart home security system?

The best smart gadgets you need depend on the type of home. We have collected a few questions you can ask yourself to help you understand your requirements.

  • Why do you need a smart security camera? To protect your home? Watch your children, older relatives or pets
  • Is your home a one-story, two-story, or three-story house? Is it an apartment?
  • How many doors and windows does your home have?
  • Which doors and windows need wireless security cameras? Do you want motion sensors for the rest of your doors and windows?
  • Do you have a smart speaker or smart display with a voice assistant? Which security brands are compatible with it?
  • Are you a homeowner or renter? Do you want a permanent set up or have the choice of mobility?

State Protection and Privacy Laws

In terms of protection and privacy, the US has specific laws depending on your state. So, find out what are your state’s requirements.

Smoke sensors

Smoke sensors are required in all houses or apartments. The National Fire Protection Association has recommended that all remodeled or new houses install smoke detectors that are interconnected with dual-functioning features. Additionally, they should have the option of hardwiring, as well as sealed 10-year lithium-ion batteries. The National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code have stated that each house should follow its minimum requirement on the number of alarms. At least one smoke detector in every sleeping room with one outside the room and on every level of the house.

Security camera

Security camera placements need to respect the privacy of your neighbors. You should make sure your cameras are not angled to look inside your neighbor’s home. It is also illegal to place cameras in sleeping rooms and bathrooms (or any room where one expects a certain level of privacy). You can, however, place discreet cameras around other parts of your home.

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