Whether you want to increase security against unauthorized vehicles or you just want to know when your dogs have scampered across your property, a driveway alarm—which sounds an alert in your house when someone crosses a certain point on your driveway—can be an excellent way to know what’s going on beyond your view.
Experian and Equifax are two of the three major credit bureaus that collect and maintain information about your credit history. They also both offer monitoring services so you can keep track of your credit and protect your identity. Neither brand has a stellar reputation when it comes to customer service. Comparing the two, we prefer Experian, so if you’re interested in getting credit monitoring and identity protection coverage straight from one of the credit reporting agencies, read on.
If you’re one of the many Americans scrambling to find a way to protect yourself, you may have looked into Zander—the Dave Ramsey-endorsed insurance company that also offers identity theft protection. Zander has an excellent reputation, low prices, and good recovery, but it doesn’t offer credit monitoring, a mobile app, or 24/7 customer service…
The Schlage Sense is a heavy-duty, Bluetooth-powered smart door lock that lets you lock and unlock your door with your smartphone, an access code, or a key. It also gives you up to 30 different PIN codes to share access, so everyone from your dog walker to your babysitter can get into your home when you want them to.
A total of 5,149 people died in the U.S. from 1999 to 2010 due to unintentional carbon monoxide poisoning. That’s an average of 430 deaths per year. Why is that number so high? Carbon monoxide is a deadly and preventable killer but still we have so many deaths. Below we will take a look at statistics for known carbon monoxide poisonings, how carbon monoxide poisoning can be prevented and why every home should have a carbon monoxide detector…
IDShield and LifeLock both help to protect and restore your identity, but which is better? We’re comparing plans, prices, and customer service.
Both Identity Guard and LifeLock offer services with thorough identity theft protection with some basic credit monitoring thrown in. If you’re looking for identity theft protection for your family with great customer service to boot, we recommend Identity Guard. Its plans are pricey, but it’s a solid choice for ID theft prevention.
IdentityForce and Identity Guard both monitor your credit and protect your identity. See which one is best for you with plans, pros, cons, and prices.
Strong security doors mean extra protection from intruders and other risks that threaten your home’s safety. See which security doors we rated as the best.
So you have a Samsung SmartThings hub. What’s next? Here are the best smart home devices that are SmartThings-compatible, from smart locks to lights.