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residential security systems

Vivint Smart Home provides you with a security ecosystem for your whole home—inside and out—as well as an on call support team to assist you day and night. Every Vivint Smart Home system includes a one on one product consultation, free professional installation, and 24/7 customer support and monitoring. The suite of products typically included in a Vivint Smart Home security system includes:Outdoor Camera – Wireless, HD security camera with infrared night vision that gives you on demand access to a live video feed and sends notifications to your phone when someone approaches your door. Flood/Freeze Sensors – Protect homes from water damage and pipe freezing low temperatures by sending mobile notifications when temperatures drop, or when moisture levels rise beyond set parameters in or around your home. Motion Detector – Infrared motion sensor with 90 degree look down to ensure nothing passes by undetected. Smoke Detector – Uses photoelectric sensing to detect heat increases. Door/Window Sensors – Sound an alarm whenever protected doors and windows are opened and can also be used to protect medicine cabinets, gun cabinets, or the door to a child's bedroom. Learn more about how to protect your home. A complete security system can help protect your home and family from a variety of threats—burglary, intrusion, property theft, vandalism, and house fire or flood—by facilitating quick access to emergency assistance. Vivint Smart Home provides you with a security ecosystem for your whole home—inside and out—as well as an on call support team to assist you day and night. Every Vivint Smart Home system includes a one on one product consultation, free professional installation, and 24/7 customer support and monitoring.

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Experienced burglars will realise that good security lighting is a significant deterrent to their planned activities and an important aspect of keeping a home secure. The fitting of external lighting is also an early signal to the potential burglar that the householder takes their security seriously, encouraging them to move on to another more vulnerable house. Regrettably many homeowners do not consider their exterior lighting as an integral part of their burglar prevention activities. Wherever you may live, you should always ensure that you have exterior lighting installed and that the lights are out of easy reach for any uninvited visitors. There are several lighting options to consider covering various areas of your home. You need to assess your property through the eyes of a would be burglar, understand its weaknesses and then use the guide below to decide what lighting you are going to install. Main Entry Door LightingThe lighting that is around the doors of your home is one of the most important parts of your home security plans. Most burglars like to target entry doors before anything else, they offer easy entry and exit routes if not adequately protected. To improve the security of your doors consider any lighting at all to be better than no lighting. If a burglar sees lights illuminating the door areas the chances are he will select another home to visit, lighting increases his chances of being observed. If the lights are off and the door area is in the shadows the burglar will more than likely enact his plans.