Should I get a Security Camera?
If you do a bit of research on Home Security, you’ll find that even local locksmiths like this Locksmith Eugene Oregon are recommending security cameras these days. But what order should you be protecting your home in?  Let’s say that you wanted to go fully into protecting your home, what should you do first? First things first: prevent the intruders from getting into your home in the first place.  Wouldn’t you rather not have someone break into your house than to record them doing so?  By upgrading your doors to high security locks, and even putting in kick plating to make the doors themselves stronger, you’ll potentially end up foiling a would-be burglar before they even get inside. …
Utilizing Inexpensive Technology for your Home Security
Are you a tech junkie, looking to use your gadgets in any way possible? Maybe you’re trying to get more use out of your wifi signal… who knows? At any rate, we’ve compiled a list of great low-cost to no-cost options to get a little more “techy” with your home security. Presence Presence re-imagines your spare iOS and Android devices as free Wi-Fi security cameras! It easily expands with add-on products to secure and control your home from anywhere in the world. Worried about what your dog is chewing on while you’re at work, or whether your home is secure while you’re on vacation? Just download the award-winning Presence app on a spare smartphone or tablet to turn it into a security camera with …
Westinghouse Nucli, The World’s Smartest Deadbolt
Is your deadbolt too dumb?  Is the only way to open it with a key?  Come on, those have been around since the Roman Empire right?  It’s time to let your locks start interacting with your smartphone.  That’s right… Lock, unlock from your phone.  So, you forgot to lock the door and you’re at the Gym?  No problem!  Just open up the app, lock your door, and know that the house is safe.   The app also lets your communicate via video, to see who’s at the door, and also captures voice messages, in case you miss them while they’re standing in front. Right now, the only way to get one of these is to help fund it on
Lockedout: Uber for Locksmiths
So, you’re locked out and you need a locksmith? What do you do? Call 411? Nah. Look on Google? That’s soooooo yesterday. Now, all you have to do is open up your app! Introducing LockedOut.  This app is just like Uber, but with Locksmiths. There is one problem… the app charges $75 flat for a locksmith service.  This is both good and bad.  The good: there is no bait and switching.  It’s a flat $75, and the locksmith has to be certified.  The bad: it’s $75!  Most locksmith calls are far cheaper than that!  So, would you use the app instead of trusty Google?  Leave a comment below with your thoughts!…