Smart Home Automation

Smart Protect

Leverage your smart home technology with Smart Protect, the better way to keep your family and home secure. It puts your security at your fingertips by using wireless connectivity to link it all together. A touch screen acts as the central hub for your home security system. You can effectively control your entire security setup remotely. When something out of the ordinary happens, arrange to receive custom security alerts. Control the access level of each member of your family. See what is happening as it happens, with data from sensors and cameras. Speak directly to a responder when an emergency strikes.

Alarm Systems

You are no longer dependent on the vulnerable telephone line for security. Modern Alarm Systems using wireless technology keep you and your family safe with the use of cellular backup. The connection between your house and the monitoring station is doubly protected, using both the phone line and wireless. Never doubt the importance of your alarm system, the heart of every security system, along with the control panel that connects it to a remote monitoring station. With wireless connectivity, you add a second layer of dependability and safety to the traditional system. Your state-of-the-art alarm system works with a control panel that sends signals directly to the central monitoring facility. As soon as something out of the ordinary happens, they notify the appropriate authorities and help is on its way.

Surveillance Cameras

You need state-of-the-art Surveillance Cameras for an effective home security network. They offer a smorgasbord of features to help keep you safe. Motion sensing allows you to start recording when something within the frame starts to move. Without this feature, you end up filling your storage drive quickly with useless images. Receive alerts immediately and directly when the camera detects motion. With the wide or narrow viewing angle, you can determine how much the camera can see from the spot where you position it. Wide angles record more area but narrow ones provide greater detail. With a battery-operated camera, you can put your cameras anywhere, regardless of outlets, so you can monitor your home from every angle. Choose either local storage or cloud storage. Since it is easy to fill up the drive quickly, many people choose cloud-based storage. Take out for Primetime.

Remote Access

Do you want to know what is going on at home while you are away? Remote Access lets you check the status of your house at any time, from any place with internet access. This handy feature allows you to manage all the aspects of your home security system using a smartphone or tablet. Right in your hand, you have the power to open or close door locks, arm or disarm your system, check the status of your system, view your surveillance camera feed and change when and how you receive alerts. Even when you are not at home, you can feel secure that you will get immediate updates about emergencies like a fire or an intruder. With remote access, you can check on your family, your pets and your home with just a few clicks.

Smart Door Locks

Imagine a door lock that sends you a text message when someone enters or leaves your home. Of course, it also locks and unlocks the door, but a Smart Lock also tracks who is coming in and going out. It lets you lock or unlock the door from anywhere in the world, if you have internet access. You can email digital keys to guests, workers in your home, or your children, with the level of access you decide. These locks work run on batteries and operate seamlessly with smart home systems and protection devices. For example, you can pair it with a smart doorbell. When a service worker rings the doorbell, it will automatically let you confirm that you want the person to have access, then remotely unlock the door for them.

Fire/Life Safety

Families think a fire or carbon monoxide poisoning can't happen to them. Until it does. One of the best ways to stay safe is with Fire/Life Safety units. The fire detector uses the most advanced technology to pinpoint the location of a fire. This gives the fire department crucial information to get the fire under control as quickly as possible. All of this happens even if you can't communicate with the monitoring station yourself. Life safety alarms check for smoke and carbon monoxide, both as dangerous as fire to people and pets. These units detect even low levels of these toxic elements and alert the monitoring station immediately when they sense them.

Environmental Detection

Staying safe isn't just about keeping out intruders. It also means staying alert to what Mother Nature is planning for you and your home. Environmental Detection, as part of an overall smart home security system, monitors temperature and water levels, the two most essential indicators of problems in your natural surroundings. This type of detection can also alert you to a power failure, sump pump overflow or flood in the house, frozen pipes, humidity levels and carbon monoxide levels. When you are away from your property, the sooner you know what is happening on the home front, the quicker you can take appropriate action to protect it from damage.

Motion Sensors

The primary reason people install security systems is to detect when someone is in your house or on your property and shouldn't be. That's what Motion Sensors do and that's why they are vital to an effective security strategy. Advanced motion sensors use a range of new technology to monitor movement in the area you want to keep safe. When the sensor is tripped, the device sends a signal to the automation system. That alerts the monitoring station, which takes appropriate action to secure your premises.

Driveway Sensors

You have a basic home security system that tells you when someone is close to the house. But don't stop there. You need a first line of defense, state-of-the-art Driveway Sensors that tell you immediately if someone walks or drives down your driveway. With these sensors in place, you are in a better position to get an alert before a trespasser or intruder arrives at your home. Knowing the sensors are in place can actually deter criminals. It is also a convenient way to know if the mailman has arrived or if a package is being delivered.

Outdoor Perimeter Protection

Establishing Outdoor Perimeter Protection around your home gives you peace of mind. Your basic alarm system handles the inner perimeter, including the doors, walls and windows of your home. But you have another perimeter to worry about, the boundary of your property. Add security lights, motion detectors, alarms and cameras to make it hard for trespassers to hide and to give you early warning of their presence. Make sure you have a fence or wall around the yard and add the right devices to alert you within the home or through a remote hub that someone is at the boundary.

Special Sirens

Prevention is the best form of security. Scare away trespassers and would-be intruders with Special Sirens. Silent alarms are helpful, but frightening criminals before they reach your home is even better. Bright strobe warning sirens that flash and loud, screaming sirens get their attention fast. These devices are easily mounted on fences, posts and your home. They scare the dickens out of unsuspecting suspects, telling him that this house is protected. It is almost impossible to ignore a loud siren wailing in your ears. This, in turn, alerts the monitoring station so they can send someone out to investigate. The strobe siren does double-duty by showing your neighbors or police where the problem is, a practical help on dark nights.