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Staying Connected to Aging Loved Ones with Security Technology

By Tom Vermillion | June 23, 2020

It’s the time of year when we celebrate fathers and other loved ones who looked after our safety and wellbeing as we grew up. As they become more vulnerable with aging, we are now tasked with caring for them. Fortunately, there is home security technology that can help. It’s the Wellness suite, which is comprised of products and services available to you right here at DEPS Security Systems.

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Staying Connected with Home Security Technology

By Tom Vermillion | April 13, 2020

It’s a new world we’re living in today, and it’s created a bigger need than ever to stay connected to the people we love. Fortunately, we have no shortage of ways to do it. Even your home security system can be part of the solution. Here are some ideas you may wish to include in your stay-connected strategy.

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When a Criminal Disables Your Security Panel

By Tom Vermillion | March 16, 2020

If a criminal breaks into your house and smashes your security panel to disable it, can your system still help protect you and your family? If you have opted to include crash and smash protection in your service, then the answer is yes. Let’s look at how criminals view crash and smash break-ins, and how an added layer of protection can overpower their crash and smash attempts.

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Why Add an Image Sensor to Your System?

By Tom Vermillion | February 24, 2020

Vibrant images that deliver a quick snapshot of life might seem like a social media trend, but they’re becoming an important, intelligent security solution as well. With image sensor technology, your home security system can send an instant, high definition image to you in the form of a text or email alert.

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Skip The DIY: Give The Gift of Professional Home Security This Christmas

By Tom Vermillion | December 5, 2019

Contrary to popular belief, DIY home systems are not the most economical choice in home security. Most DIY home security systems come with a few components, such as window sensors, with the expectation you WILL need more. Those expensive components add up quickly.

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Kitchen Safety Tips for Thanksgiving Day

By Tom Vermillion | November 19, 2019
Thanksgiving Kitchen Safety Tips

Thanksgiving Day is a time for families to bond and enjoy fun times together, but unfortunately for some, it ends in tragedy. The United States Fire Administration reports that residential fires occur 2.3 times more on Thanksgiving than any other day. We want everyone to have a memorable Thanksgiving for happy reasons and not sad. So, here are some tips to help you navigate the day safely.

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How Your Smart Home Video Doorbell Helps Out Around the House

By Tom Vermillion | October 18, 2019
Video Doorbell

Smart home security systems aren’t the traditional security solutions that your parents had. They are comprehensive systems that protect your home and family as well as streamline household chores and tasks. The video doorbell has gained in popularity over the last several years, and here’s why. 1.     Answer the Door Whether You’re Home or at the Office…

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The Essential Home Security Features Every Family Needs This School Year

By Tom Vermillion | September 2, 2019
The Essential Home Security Features Every Family Needs This School Year

Often your kids are home alone in the afternoon until your workday is over. Kids don’t think about your energy bill, but your smart home security does.

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8 Ways Simplify Back-to-School With Smart Home Automation

By Tom Vermillion | August 28, 2019

With life getting increasingly busy and more mobile, using smart home technologies to simplify daily routines just makes sense. Here are some ways you can use your home security and home automation systems to make the daily school routine a breeze.

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How Smart Home Security Can Make Your Home Renovation Easier

By Tom Vermillion | July 17, 2019
How Smart Home Security Can Make Your Home Renovation Easier

Home renovation projects can be frustrating and stressful. After all, there are an endless parade of contractors that need to be let into the house. You have to plan with your spouse to take turns leaving work or staying home to accommodate all of the contractors.

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