Tips and Faq

Power saving

  • Opt for energy-efficient security devices: Choose security devices, such as cameras and motion sensors, that are designed to be energy-efficient. This not only reduces your environmental impact but also ensures that your security system remains operational during power outages.


  • Regularly check and update security equipment: Perform routine checks on your security devices to ensure they are in working order. Replace batteries in wireless devices, update firmware, and address any issues promptly to maintain the effectiveness of your security system.


  • Conceal wiring where possible: If you have wired security devices, ensure that wiring is concealed to prevent tampering and to maintain a neat appearance. This also reduces the risk of potential hazards and makes it harder for intruders to disable the system.


  • Install visible warning signs: Place security system signs and stickers in prominent locations around your property. These act as a deterrent, warning potential intruders that your home is protected. Visible warnings can discourage criminals and make them think twice before attempting a break-in.

Frequently asked questions

Consider factors like home size, specific security concerns, and budget to find features within our system that align with your unique requirements.

Yes, our system offers remote monitoring through a user-friendly mobile app, allowing you to control and monitor your home from anywhere with ease.

Our advanced technology, including pet-friendly motion detectors and intelligent sensors, minimizes false alarms, ensuring accurate threat detection and reducing unnecessary alerts.

Security Saving tips

  • Use strong, unique passwords and enable two-factor authentication for added security.
  • Keep software and devices updated to patch vulnerabilities and boost overall security.
  • Be cautious with emails and links, avoiding interaction with suspicious or unexpected messages.
  • Secure your Wi-Fi network with a strong password and encryption to prevent unauthorized access.
  • Regularly back up important data to safeguard against potential loss due to hardware failure or cyber threats.
  • Stay informed about cybersecurity best practices to adapt and enhance your security measures.