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from bobvila.com

New & Notable: 8 High-Tech Home Security Gadgets

Sentri home security system is a clock, motion detector and video camera—with many other features

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from Techlicious

The Best Inexpensive DIY Home Security Systems

There are so many different types of home security systems that can detect carbon monoxide, floods and fire.

Hide eyesore thermostats, firepulls, and alarms with hinged art. LOOOOOVVVVEEEE IT!!!!!!!! Going to do this in my kitchen where currently the wall art consists of haphazardly placed (by a man, no doubt) electric outlets and old phone jacks!!!!!!!!

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Double plug sockets with USB charger

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from Medium

How to make a DIY home alarm system with a raspberry pi and a webcam

How to make a DIY home alarm system with a raspberry pi and a webcam — Medium

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from Foursquare

London

There are many steps you can take to prevent burglaries. If you want to go that extra step to providing security at your property then get a free quote at http://www.securicocctv.co.uk/free-quote/ to see what we can do for you.

from Lifehack

35 Amazing And Mind-Blowing Smart Home Tech You Probably Don’t Know About

12. iSmart Alarm This is another automated home security system that can be customized with real time camera surveillance, contact sensors, and motion detectors. Build your own home security system at the iSmart website.

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from BHG Style Spotters

DIY-ify: Hidden Alarm Panel

We love @Chelsey Boatwright Photography Boatwright Photography The Paper Mama's recent DIY project on Style Spotters! How-to: http://www.bhg.com/blogs/better-homes-and-gardens-style-blog/2013/01/10/diy-ify-hidden-alarm-panel/

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How to get started with DIY home alarm and security systems...

from This Old House

30 Little Resolutions That Will Save You Big

With a wireless burglar alarm system such as SimpliSafe (simplisafe.com), you just "peel and stick" the motion detectors, door-opening sensors, and keypads into position, and they'll sync wirelessly. You can also get smoke and carbon monoxide alarms—and operate the system remotely from a smartphone app. A cellular connection transmits a signal to a call center for 24/7 monitoring, all for about $15 a month. | Photo: SimpliSafe.com | thisoldhouse.com

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