With a million things going on in your life, it can be hard to find a good balance between all the things you have to do for work and all the things your family needs. A smart home security system can help you minimize the stress of everyday life so that you can stop wasting time on the little things and have more time for what matters most.
All in one place- Home security and smart home tech is supposed to make you feel safer and make your life more convenient. If you have to open several different apps to manage all of it, you might be making more work for yourself rather than making your life more convenient. With Guardian, all your devices from your sensors, cameras and keypad to your light, locks and thermostats are managed in one place. The app is free, easy to use and highly rated in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
Automation- Automate your devices to make your life easier. Set up your system to work together. For example, you can automate your lights to turn off and your door to lock when you arm your system before leaving your home. Setting up scenes is a great way to turn on automations that you have specifically planned and to activate them with just one click in the Guardian App.
Notifications- Notifications are the last key to make sure your smart home is secure and taking care of the extra work for you. You can set up alerts for what you care most about. Want to make sure the kids got home from school at the right time? Want to see when the babysitter came/left the house? You can set a notification for that. Notifications don’t have to overwhelm you but help you intuitively know what you need to know.
When everything is connected through your phone, you are able to free up more time for work and home. Not only this, but features like live look-in cameras and specific notifications allow you to check- in whether you are at home or not, as long as you have internet access. It can be hard to balance a lot at once, but once you take some worries off your list, you have the ability to truly focus on what is left.
How do you use your system to help balance multiple aspects of your life?