Our pets are a part of our family. We plan vacations around their care, race home early from work to let them out, and ensure they’re taken care of when sick. They energize us, console us, and often are the first ones we see in the morning.
To continue to take the best care of your pets, you should seriously consider installing a residential security system equipped with a wireless nanny cam. Recently, in Newberg, Oregon, a stranger stole Elizabeth Sides’ cat from her yard. Initially she thought a predator, such as a coyote, might have taken the cat.
Due to the wireless nanny cam installed on her property, Elizabeth was able to see who took the cat and post the video to social media. The video received tens of thousands of views and, soon after, the cat was returned. This story displays the power of a community that bands together to help protect each other.
Should Elizabeth have not had a wireless nanny cam, her pet would have most likely been lost forever. Before DIY home security systems, many would train dogs to secure their property. However, these days the last thing most of us would want is for our dog to have to confront a burglar.
Installing a wireless nanny cam is now easier than ever. With DIY wireless security systems, you no longer need to drill holes in your wall to have superior surveillance of your home and property.
With the Honeywell Lyric security system you can view up to four indoor or outdoor cameras at a time on the Honeywell Lyric controller in your house. Or, if you’re on the go, you can look in on six cameras via mobile devices. This is a great way to keep an eye on your family, home, and pets no matter where you are.
Also, if you install your wireless nanny cam with Alarm New England, you can be confident that you are purchasing your Honeywell Lyric security system from the same people who will do all of your home alarm monitoring.
Our security alarm monitoring station protects more than 27,000 properties – many of which are your local neighbors, children's schools and friendly communities.
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