PROTECT YOUR HOME & FAMILY WITH SMART SECURITY
ENJOY UNPRECEDENTED PEACE OF MIND WITH TODAY’S SMART SECURITY SYSTEMS
Thanks to advancements in home automation, smart security systems have become increasingly popular. Why the growing appeal? These “smart” systems offer much more than blaring alarms in an attempted break-in and video used by law enforcement after a theft has occurred.
Today’s security systems provide crystal clear real-time video, even in the darkest night. Two-way audio lets any intruders know they've been spotted. Remote access sends notifications when something out of the ordinary occurs. And they integrate with your other smart devices, such as door locks and lighting.
These systems even send alerts if someone crosses a digital tripwire. Not only is this technology used to protect your business, home, and family, it’s also designed to keep your little ones safe.
In essence, they offer unprecedented peace of mind. Let’s explore some of our clients’ favorite features.
VIEW YOUR ENTIRE PROPERTY
While today’s DIY video doorbells have become standard home additions, they can’t offer the level of security homeowners require. After all, many attempted break-ins occur via backdoors and windows. And keeping an eye on the children when you’re on a video conference call requires a bird’s eye view.
Smart video surveillance lets you view your entire property, from around the pool to the perimeters and all feasible entrances. Night vision and 4K resolution enable you to see clearly no matter the time or weather conditions. Thanks to remote access, you can view your video from anywhere.
ALERT INTRUDERS OR TALK TO VISITORS
Because your system is smart, it knows the difference between strangers and family members, your vehicles, and unknown cars entering the driveway. You’ll receive an alert when a stranger appears on the driveway or by the garage. Then, thanks to two-way audio, you can let them know they've been seen and determine their intentions.
If it’s a salesperson making rounds, you can invite them in or let them know you’re unavailable. If it's someone with ill intent, you can immediately notify your local law enforcement.
These invisible boundaries provide smart detection, letting you know when someone’s crossed them. Commonly guarded areas include garage doors, side gates, and fence lines. We can also set them to turn on at specific times of the day or night.
For instance, you receive a notification that the tripwire was set off by the side gate when you’re relaxing in bed reading a book. You immediately look at the live video feed via a tablet on the nightstand. If you spot a stranger, you can turn on the floodlights from the same device and make sure all the doors are locked. Then, let the person know they've been spotted, and call the authorities.
For families with toddlers, this technology is particularly useful around pools, in front of medicine cabinets, and in other out-of-bound areas. It’s like having another set of eyes on the things that matter the most!