Usually, having a motion sensor in every single room could be less cost effective than some judiciously placed motion sensors throughout your home. It’s a good idea to know the approximate area that your motion sensors will cover before you just place them helter-skelter through your house. Need more tips? Well, luckily Eric is here to give you the full rundown of how you should place your home’s motion sensors, covering everything from the presence of pets to having sensors placed strategically towards valuables. Check out the full video below.
Posted on Monday, January 26th, 2015
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