Three Little Known Uses For Your Home Security System
If you're not sure how to answer this question, we'd like to offer you a few little known ways you can adjust your home security system to maximize protection of your belongings.
First of all, to apply these tweaks, you'll have to have a basic understanding of how your security systems works. Read this security system quick guide to get a quick review of the equipment used within your security system.
Essentially, the piece of equipment that you can use to ramp up your home's security is the wireless window/door sensor. You'll see these sensors on your main entry/door and/or windows in your house. When your window or door is opened, the circuit is opened and the alarm is triggered (if your alarm is set). Otherwise, you'll know the circuit is opened by hearing the signature "beep-beep" coming from your keypad (if you have the chime setting enabled).
These sensors are an excellent way to keep the external pathways protected in your home, but here a few hidden places around your home that you can also apply these sensors to keep an eye on your possessions.
Gun Cabinets and SafesThese may seem like fairly "safe" places but what if someone were to learn your combination or gain access to your keys? Putting a wireless windor/door sensor on the inside of the door of your gun cabinet or safe is a great way to keep track of who/when these places are being accessed.
You could even set these specific sensors to trigger your alarm, if you so choose.