Home security was once a sensor that beeped when you opened your front door, but luxury homes of the 21st Century contain far more than a single sensor. Building a new home gives you the perfect opportunity to use security systems that are almost space-age in their design. You may protect your family with new security systems that can foil any intruder.
#1: Gate Your Home
You may put in an automatic gate at your home that can be controlled from the house. The most luxurious homes have guard houses manned by a private security team, but you may not have the money for a security detail. The automatic gate can be control from a buzzer located inside the house. A small camera can be fitted by the gate, and you decide who is allowed to enter your driveway and approach your home.
#2: Use More Cameras For Safety’s Sake
Security cameras on your property are the only good way to see what is truly happening on your property. Cameras that cover the grounds will show you people who are approaching your home on foot, and you may check just outside the home if you believe an intruder is trying to get gain entry.
Cameras inside your home might tell you where an intruder is, and you can give that information to the authorities when you call for help. You may use this information when you are trying to get to your panic room which was specifically designed for situations such as this.
#3: The Panic Room
A panic room is seen as the last vestige of safety for homeowners who are experiencing a break-in. The panic room is a locked room that acts much like a safe. You are sealed inside the room for your own safety, and you may put camera monitors in the room. This is the only place you can hide safely if someone is in the house.
Luxury and safety go hand-in-hand in your home. The gates, cameras and panic room come together to protect your family, and your home rises in value with these new additions. You can turn normal home into a luxury home with nothing but security upgrades.