Smart Home Security Cameras
Nest Indoor CameraWhen people think of indoor cameras, they often think of old school CCTV cameras with a fixed viewing terminal. The Nest Indoor Camera provides all the same functionality of a conventional home security camera, but you can view and control it from anywhere using a handy app. The camera also sports some serious optic grunt, recording in 1080 HD resolution and capturing a full 130-degree wide angle view with minimal distortion. You can even train it to ignore your cats! Click here if you’d like to learn more about Nest Indoor Camera installation.
Nest Outdoor CameraThe Nest Outdoor Camera remains our number one pick for people seeking to keep tabs on what’s going on outside. It still feels a bit like science fiction to see it, but the AI and camera quality of this product is powerful enough to pick a face at night and recognize if the person is a member of your family or a stranger. Another reason we recommend this particular smart security cam is the overall quality of its construction. It’s built to last, which is exactly what you need from an outdoor product. Want more information on the Nest outdoor range of Smart home security cameras? We’ve got you covered.
Ring Spotlight CameraRing makes great quality stuff; every bit as good as Nest. Their product line is subtly different though and a great choice for some outdoor configurations. We really like the power options of this product. It comes in solar, battery and wired, giving you a range of viable methods for installation. Just like Nest products, these are also wireless security cameras, meaning they can communicate with you through your home WiFi network. Customers are blown away with the night vision on this camera. It’s incredibly sensitive and effectively turns night into day. Check out our more detailed guide to the Ring Spotlight Camera.
Ring Floodlight CameraThis is one seriously powerful outdoor wireless security camera. It’s the option we recommend for customers looking for an all-in-one security solution, with a powerful floodlight, a manual trigger alarm and two-way audio. It’s also capable of AI-augmented panning and zooming, meaning it won’t just detect what’s going on outside, it’ll also track it for you. If you’d like to learn more, check out our product page.
Getting One of These Smart Home Security Cameras InstalledAll these products are impressive in their own right and offer great options to make your outdoor area more safe and secure. When it comes to smart home security cameras, the key to a good result is a high-quality installation. We know these products back to front and will perform a full install and network hookup for you. If you’d like to talk through the options, talk to us on 1-800-919-6373. Or you can chat with us via our contact form.
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Questions nerds often hear about Smart Home Security Cameras
Are smart home security products expensive?
Not necessarily! In fact, the prices of these products have come down a lot in recent years. There’s a solid range of reliable products which are perfect if you’re on a tight budget.
I like the idea of good home security, but will it make my home seem uninviting?
Of course, if you want big and obvious security cameras outside your home, we can do that for you. But it doesn’t have to be that way. The majority of smart security products are small and unobtrusive. Unless you’re looking for them, you’re unlikely to notice them.
How much disruption will there be during installation?
Not a lot! All our technicians are well-trained in installation. They’ll do it quickly and with a minimum of fuss.
Which should I install first? Indoor or outdoor cameras?
If you are looking for the best security option, outdoor cameras are generally best because they are a great deterrent. If you are interested in a combination of home security and keeping tabs on what’s happening indoors (for example if you have pets) indoor cams are your go-to. Remember, these products are designed to work together, so the ideal setup will include both indoor and outdoor cameras.