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Your home may be your castle, but it doesn’t have to be an impregnable fortress in order to be secure. It just needs to be smart.  Your house can monitor itself and let you know—whether you’re home or away—if something is awry.

Safer Home, Safer Family...

Home securitySmart door locks—with either push-button or touch-screen entry—are more than just a convenient way to get into your house without fiddling with keys. 

Automatically program locks so you don’t leave a door unlocked without knowing it.

Alert you any time they are locked or unlocked, or to send you a message when specific entry codes (such as those used by grade-school children or service personnel) are entered.

Combine automated door locks with an Exterior Door Station to see and hear exactly who is at the door, no matter where you are in the house. If you choose, you can even unlock the door without leaving your couch or your desk, letting friends in while keeping strangers safely outside.

If you already have a security system, we can possibly configure your controller to make your existing equipment work better.

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Extend your security system’s functionality by adding arm/disarm capabilities straight from your door locks, your mobile phone, your touch panels, and even your garage remote control.

Build in even more functionality by adding supplemental motion sensor and IP cameras that can be controlled and monitored from anywhere in the world.

If a burglar attempts to enter, have all your interior and exterior lights flash, have blaring sirens at full volume through your whole-home audio system—making your home a particularly inhospitable place for anyone who doesn’t belong there.

You can opt to have a “mockupancy” mode that simulates that “lived-in” look to foil would-be burglars. With automated lights, TV and music your house can appear to be occupied even if you’re on the other side of the world.

Install ‘contact’ or ‘vibration’ sensors to inform you if a specific area in your home—such as a medicine cabinet has been accessed.

Other sensors can monitor things like interior temperatures and moisture to alert you to problems (like a furnace failure or leaking water) that could damage your home.

Check on your home by viewing your surveillance cameras, inside and out. Or use video intercom to communicate with anyone at the front door. It will seem like you’re right upstairs when you are actually far away.