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You may not think that you need a doorbell camera for your home. After all, you don’t own anything valuable enough to tempt a burglar, right? However, you never know what could happen, and it’s always better to be safe than sorry. 

Doorbell cameras also have many other benefits for homeowners besides having evidence in case of a burglary. For convenience, safety, and accountability, these cameras are one of the best investments you can make for your home.

Here are just some of the benefits you can experience after installing a doorbell camera.

  1. Know When to Answer the Door

One of the greatest benefits of doorbell cameras is that they enable you to live your comfiest, laziest life. With a doorbell camera, you can usually check on your connected devices, such as a smartphone or a tablet, to see who is ringing your doorbell. If it’s a neighbour in need of help or a surprise visitor, then you know to get up, but if it’s just a door-to-door salesman, you can pretend that you’re not home.

Your home is your castle, and you don’t have to welcome unwanted visitors, so screening with the help of a doorbell camera is very helpful. On a more serious note, doorbell cameras can help if someone in the house is disabled and has trouble getting to the door but still wants to see if a visitor is important.

  1. Doorbell Cameras Prevent Burglaries

Besides helping you in case of a burglary, doorbell cameras can actually help prevent those burglaries from happening. Burglars prefer easy hauls to houses they know will have a higher possibility of causing trouble. Any kind of visual indication that the home is well-protected, such as a sign advertising a home security system or a doorbell camera, is usually enough to send a burglar over to a less-protected neighbour.

  1. Make It Easier to Manage Deliveries

Have you ever had a situation when the post office claimed they delivered a package and nobody was home, but you can’t find the package anywhere? Doorbell cameras make it easier to monitor package deliveries even when you’re not at home. For example, if you are trying to dispute a failed delivery, you can show footage from the camera to prove that a delivery wasn’t actually attempted.

Doorbell cameras can also help you figure out if the delivery person put your package somewhere hidden, saving you from looking silly trying to find your latest gadget on the porch, to deter porch thieves.

  1. Get Money for Your Smart Investment

Doorbell cameras are a surprisingly lucrative investment, and you will earn your money back quickly. If you are interested in selling your home soon, installing a doorbell camera is a quick way to increase the value of your home. It shows buyers that you’ve invested necessary work in keeping your home safe and that there is probably not a history of burglaries that they have to worry about.

  1. Cameras Make Handling Home Insurance Easier

Doorbell cameras also make it easier to wrangle with your insurance company. Obviously, their primary benefit is capturing footage in case of a burglary. Not only will this help the police catch the culprit, but it will also make it easier to file an insurance claim and get compensation for your lost property.

Even if something bad does not happen, having a door camera will help you manage your home insurance. Many insurance companies offer deductions for installing technology that improves your security, including a doorbell camera.

A doorbell camera is a relatively small investment that yields many benefits in the form of safety, convenience, and even money back.

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