The winter months are the perfect time to spruce up the home in preparation for the festive season. But, with the darker nights also making the perfect conditions for burglars to move around an area undetected, it’s also a good time of year to start thinking about upgrading your home security
With the colder months seeing an increase in domestic burglaries each year, it’s worrying to hear statistics from Yale suggesting that 62% of British people are no more concerned about their home security in the winter than they are in the summer.1
Alongside the cooler months ahead, statistically you’re nearly twice as likely to be burgled in the first 12 months after moving into a new property, according to Home Office statistics. This means that new homeowners should be even more proactive in protecting their homes as winter rolls around.
So, to help ensure your home is fully prepared for these vulnerable months ahead, the experts at Yale have launched their brand new Floodlight Camera.
Yale’s Floodlight Camera gives homeowners the ability to monitor the outside of their home easily and conveniently at any time of the day or night via a smartphone in clear, crisp video quality.
And we’re offering one lucky homeowner the opportunity to upgrade the protection of their home by giving away Yale’s new Floodlight Camera, alongside professional installation, to get the kit up and running in no time.
Alongside the high definition video quality and smartphone control of Yale’s new Floodlight Camera, it also utilises the benefits of light and sound to deter unwanted criminals.
When the winter nights draw in, it makes it much more difficult for us homeowners to monitor our properties and protect our possessions. But with adjustable motion regions, the Floodlight Camera is fully customisable to ensure every inch of your home and garden is covered.
In the unfortunate event of an opportunist getting close to your home, Yale’s new addition notifies you immediately of any motion detected through alerts via your smartphone. This ensures you’re always “in the know” over your home security in real time. And with a range of lighting modes available, the homeowner can keep an eye on their home at any time of the day or night, even in very low light conditions.
And what’s more, a built-in siren will be quick to scare away any brazen intruders scoping out your home, with a 110 dB alarm sounding to startle and warn off these opportunists.
With the harsh, cold weather sure to put a great deal of pressure on our gardens, the Floodlight Camera even has the ability to protect in the rainiest of British winters with an IP65 weather rating.
So, with the cooler months now in full swing, ensure your home and garden security is up to scratch with the help of Yale and its new Floodlight Camera.
For more advice and top tips on how to improve the security of your home this winter, visit yalehome.co.uk
1 A poll of 2,000 UK Adults (nationally representative) run by OnePoll, commissioned by Yale UK, 2022
HOW TO ENTER
Answer the following question:
What decibel is the built-in siren for Yale’s new Floodlight Camera?
a) 90 dB
b) 100 dB
c) 110 dB
Send your answer with your full name, address and telephone number to:
Closing date: 11 January 2023
A Yale Floodlight camera with professional installation with an approved Yale installer worth £369.98
Installation will be arranged after the delivery of the prize to the winner’s address.
The prize is non-transferrable, and no cash alternative can be given.
The competition is open to UK residents only.