DIY systems may be easy to set up and use, but they’re vulnerable to hackers and use a lot of network bandwidth
No matter where you live and what your neighborhood is like, it’s important to keep your family safe. That doesn’t mean you need to fret 24/7 about imaginary threats, but you do want to be prepared for the worst.
A number of DIY security devices have hit the market recently, from video doorbells to devices designed to secure your entire home. These gadgets are better than nothing, but there’s a downside to going with standalone, DIY products. Everything’s working in isolation instead of as a cohesive whole, and they’re vulnerable to hacking.
There are other issues with a DIY approach to home security as well. That’s why we’ll go through the advantages of a professional home surveillance installation and why you want one for your Wildwood, MO home.