Home Security

Driveway Alarm System

Are you concerned about who is pulling in and out of your driveway while you are asleep or not paying attention? In today’s world, maybe you should be. Technology has a number of solutions so that you don’t have to wonder if someone is there or not.

If you want to know every time someone or something enters your driveway or at least want them to think twice before doing anything around your home, then this article is for you. We will discuss ways of building and/or purchasing the perfect driveway alarm system for your home.

Products for Driveway Security

Keyless Door Locks

RFID Door LockWhether you need to secure an internal or external door, keyless door locks offer an ideal solution for anyone who never knows where they’ve put their keys, or will have a lot of different people using the door that needs locking. Keyless door locks can be operated by a variety of methods dependant on a combination of factors that you can determine.

Keypad Door Locks

Home Security Window Locks

Although some burglars will break windows in order to gain access to people’s homes, most prefer to use a window which is already open. The problem is that, in a lot of burglaries, the actual burglar has not even had to try to open one, as the home owner has left one open (whether by mistake or deliberately).

Wireless Home Security Cameras

Wireless home security cameras make it possible to install security in homes and residences where re-wiring is not possible or not affordable.

How Wireless Home Security Cameras Work

Wireless home security cameras transmit signals (images) to a receiver. The receiver is connected to a recording or capturing device. Typical devices include TV, VCR, DVR and computer.

DIY Security Screen Door

If you have an old screen door that you would like to fix or replace, you can easily make DIY security screen door your weekend project. All you will need are a few common tools, the materials to build the door, and a little bit of time to get the job done.

Materials

The materials that you need to replace a security screen door are: a pencil, hammer, screwdriver, casing nails, screws, tape measure, safety glasses, hacksaw, and a screen door unit.

To get started, you will first want to remove the old screen door (if there is one already there) and put it up on a sawhorse. Make sure that you put towels or cardboard in between so the sawhorses do not rub against the door.

Getting Started