Posts by Gina Post-Franco

Install Smart Security To Make Summer Home Renovations Easy

Install Smart Security To Make Summer Home Renovations Easy

Home renovations can increase the stress in your life as you juggle work, family, and the never-ending stream of contractors that you need to let into the house. Worry no more, because smart security has the solution for letting contractors in and helping you keep an eye on the project. Smart Locks Provide Easy Access…

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Saving Big on AC This Summer

A smart thermostat is equipped with a sensory system that reacts to the activity in a home and automatically adjusts itself in order to save energy. The more a smart thermostat knows, the more effective it can be at achieving this energy-saving goal.

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Home Security for Busy Dads

When you’re on the road, at work, or on vacation, you may not feel right about being unplugged from what’s going on at home. If you’re a dad who relates to this, there’s a home security system that allows you to stay plugged in 24/7. Here’s what it offers.

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Ready for a Smart, Automated Man Cave?

Men, this is your time of year; whether you’re a dad being honored on Father’s Day or the proud father of a graduate, it’s your time to shine. With that in mind, isn’t this the perfect time to trick out your home’s man cave?

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Home Security Help for Senior Citizens

With a growing number of baby boomers reaching senior citizen status, now is the perfect time to talk about the home security needs of our beloved parents and grandparents. Often, it’s the next generation that is tasked with making sure security and safety needs are met in the homes of elderly loved ones; that means choosing a home security system, as well as a medical alert system if needed.

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What’s On A Burglar’s Wish List?

Burglars aren’t the type to break into your house, watch some of your Netflix, and eat your snacks—they’re focused on getting in and out, fast, before someone notices. Since their primary concerns are speed and efficiency, the typical burglar will ignore your TV in favor of small and portable items—or worse, your identity.

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