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The majority of home break-ins occur when nobody’s home. The Vivint Smart Home app keeps you connected to your home security when you’re away. Get alerts whenever a smart door locks, an alarm sounds, or an intruder is detected. Access your security cameras and keep a real-time eye on your home from anywhere. We service the greater Issaquah Washington area.
Did You Know
Most residential crimes result from victims leaving their home or vehicle unsecured. People who have never been a victim of crime take for granted the necessity of securing their home and property. Thieves are aware of this and actively search for easy unsecured access points. They often access homes and garages through doors and windows that have been left unlocked. The effort is minimal, and it makes their presence more challenging to detect. Once inside, the average thief takes only three to five minutes before getting what they want and leaving. We service the greater Issaquah Washington area.
Put security cameras in the entryway of your home to protect against any intruders. If someone were to break into your home, these cameras would show the face of the person who did it. This will not only give you more security in your house but also peace of mind at all times.
Did You Know
When you buy a new house, be sure the locks are changed. The former owner may have given many people keys. To ensure that you are the only one who has access to your house, call a locksmith. If you lose keys, make sure to do this, too.
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Shifting it often will ensure that nobody gets the password except who you wish to at present. This is helpful for people like housekeepers, babysitters, and dog-walkers that might come when you are not home.
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A time-tested way to know your home is safe when you're not there is to let your neighbors know you're going away. They can keep watch over your home to ensure nothing is going on, which shouldn't be. They can also collect flyers, newspapers, and mail for you, all of which can alert burglars that you're not home.