If you’re considering upgrading your home security, then you may be looking at variou security systems. Lexington’s Kentucky Secured is a reputable and trusted brand when it comes to security, so firstly, good choice!

Anyways, moving on: choosing a security system provides you with various different integrative accessories to choose from. For example, you can connect various cameras, sensors, and smart thermometers to your central hub for easy and convenient access and greater control of your home.

So, with this in mind, the remainder of this blog post will highlight our favorite security systems for you to choose from, beginning with the must-have command panel. 

Command panel

The command panel ties all other accessories and smart devices together, to one convenient and easy to control hub. From the panel, you can arm and disarm alarms, turn on and off cameras, view live feeds, adjust the temperature of your home, and more.

It should be noted, however, that you need the additional security systems for some of these features to work. For example, if you don’t have a smart thermostat, then you’re not going to be able to change the temperature automatically.

Smart thermostat 

Next up, as briefly touched upon already, we have the smart thermostat. It is a super handy piece of kit! You can set schedules for both heating and hot water, while also controlling this away from home or from your command panel.

This is super useful, allowing you to minimize energy wastage, reduce your bills, but still keep your house warm.

Security systems – indoor and outdoor cameras

Finally, we have a selection of indoor and outdoor cameras. A selection of cameras should be included in any security setup, providing excellent coverage of your property in the case of an incident. Furthermore, cameras may also deter crime, so they’re always great to have around!

Let’s begin with indoor cameras. Indoor cameras are protected inside the property, usually looking out. You can also install these to look inside the property, perhaps watching doorways or entry points.

To view the indoor camera, click here.

Finally, we have the classic outdoor camera. These are also placed near doors and windows, providing coverage of the exterior of the property. Often these cameras prove the most useful, deterring crime, and providing valuable footage in the event of a break-in.

To view the outdoor camera, click here.

We recommend choosing various security systems for your property to enhance your home security, including both indoor and outdoor cameras for the best results.

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