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How to Install Security Lights

Follow these steps to install a motion-activated light for added security around your home's exterior.

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Top 43 Security Projects

  1. 1. Solar-Powered Rock Spotlight (00:00:51)

    No cords. No batteries. Just lovely, natural-looking outdoor lighting.

  2. 2. Security Lighting (03:05)

    Security lighting advice from Your Home, Make It Safe.

  3. 3. Installing a Security Light (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics on installing a security light.

  4. 4. Motion Activated Lights (01:00)

    Motion-activated lights can add greatly to the security of any home.

  5. 5. Securing Roof Gables (00:01:00)

    Secure vulnerable gables to roof trusses to protect them from storm damage.

  6. 6. The Master Sweet (20:00)

    Vanilla Ice and his crew put the "sweet" back into the master suite.

  7. 7. Motion-Activated Lights (02:45)

    Learn how to install motion-sensor lights to the exterior of your home.

  8. 8. The Master Sweet (20:00)

    Vanilla Ice and his crew put the "sweet" back into the master suite.

  9. 9. Home Automation Part III: Install a High-Speed Wireless Computer Network and Security Camera

    Link all of your home's computers and peripherals, and add a door camera for convenience and security.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $2,500 - $5,000
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  10. 10. Home Security Tips (03:59)

    Explore alternatives for your home security system.

  11. 11. Yeti (00:00:57)

    Check out this portable security system with variable sensitivity settings.

  12. 12. Travel Smart

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    Difficulty:
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  13. 13. Strengthen a Garage Door (00:01:00)

    Use an after-market to strengthen a garage door against a big windstorm.

  14. 14. Fencing to Protect a Pool (00:01:33)

    Fencing around swimming pools may need to meet special requirements.

  15. 15. Home Automation Part I: How to Install a Wireless RF Lighting System

    Begin by replacing your ordinary light switches with control units.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $2,500 - $5,000
    Difficulty:
    Easy
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