A Look at the Upcoming year in the Security and Surveillance Industry
The home security and smart home industries change every year. 2018 will surely bring even more changes and adaptations to the industry. IHAAVS pays close attention to industry trends to make sure that we bring both new and long-time customers the best, most reliable offerings possible. The following three trends have been growing throughout 2017 and will likely be guiding forces in 2018.
Let Us Help Dispel A Few Of the Common Myths
Smart home technology has become mainstream this year. It's no longer futuristic (sorry, Jetsons): it's here, it works, and it's very, very popular.
And yet, certain myths about this technology persist. Here are four that you've probably encountered. They're no longer true. Don't let them hold you back.
Do you know the age of your smoke detectors?
Don't wait: check the date. That's a message from the National Fire Prevention Association, organizers of Fire Prevention Week. If the smoke alarms in your house are more than ten years old, advise the experts, it's time to replace them.
In Honor of Fire Prevention Week
To honor our first-responders during Fire Prevention week, we will be taking a look at technology designed to keep our families safe.
As a new generation of connected fire and smoke detectors hits the market, it's important to know that not every detector billed as "smart" delivers the maximum safety for your home and family.
A detector that is part of a fully integrated Smart Home is always safer, smarter and more efficient than a standalone fire/smoke detector, particularly when it comes to taking action in an emergency.