An often overlooked aspect of a smart home, smart home security allows you to monitor and control access to your home from anywhere in the world. From access control to surveillance cameras to motion and break sensors, you can implement a robust security system that keeps your home and family safe and protected from intruders and natural disasters. And thanks to smart home automation, you can tie your entire security system together, controlling and monitoring it all from the convenience of a single app on the your phone.
With smart entry systems such as the 2N IP Verso, you can control how people access your home, whether by code, fingerprint, facial recognition, or key fobs. Today’s entry systems are incredibly customizable, allowing you to manage who can access particular areas of your home and at what times. Perhaps you have a cleaning crew who helps keep your home tidy. You can give them access to your home during designated hours, lowering the risk of someone using their access to break in at night. Maybe you don’t want your younger children to be anywhere near an indoor pool or unsafe area of your home. You can restrict access to certain rooms to specific groups in your security system. No matter how you want to keep your home safe, it’s possible with smart entry systems. We’ve even installed license plate readers in homes that automatically open a garage door and unlock access to the interior home, depending on what cars approach the property!
Door access control systems are evolving. Are you keeping up? 2N certainly does. That is why we use them across our residential and commercial projects to increase physical security, and improve daily life.
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Keep an eye out for intruders and always monitor who is on your property or in your home. We design surveillance solutions through Axis Site Designer, ensuring your property has the surveillance coverage you want and the right cameras are installed in the right locations. We design our surveillance cameras to integrate with your larger smart home system, so you can view your home at all times with the Savant app and keep an eye on who’s in your home and ensure your smart technology is operating correctly from afar.
Keep an eye out for intruders and monitor who is on your property or in your home at all times. We design surveillance solutions through Axis Site Designer, ensuring your property has the surveillance coverage you want and the right cameras are installed in the right locations. We design our surveillance cameras to integrate with your larger smart home system, so you can view your home at all times with the Savant app and not only keep an eye on who’s in your home, but ensure your smart technology is operating correctly from afar.
DIY (Do It Yourself) security cameras are designed for easy self-installation, often wireless and affordable upfront, with features varying by model. They offer adequate performance for many residential and small business needs, and users handle support and maintenance. In contrast, professional security cameras require expert installation, tend to be more expensive upfront, offer higher performance and more advanced features, and come with ongoing support and maintenance options. They are often chosen for larger or complex installations requiring customization and integration with other security systems. The choice between DIY and professional cameras depends on factors such as budget, technical expertise, specific security needs, and desired levels of performance and support.
It’s difficult to get complete camera coverage of your entire home and property, and unless you’ve paid a security company to monitor your home 24/7, you’re not going to catch everything that happens in your home every time. This is where sensors come in. Whether they’re break sensors installed on windows to monitor breaks in the glass, or flood sensors to ensure the basement areas of your home don’t flood with water, sensors add another layer of security to your home. Motion sensors can be integrated into your alarm system as well, so that when you are away from home and your home is locked down, any motion inside will trigger an alarm and notify local authorities.
If you walk into any big box retailer like Target or Best Buy, you’ll find hundreds of DIY solutions to keep your home safe. Cameras, door locks, and more are available through Amazon. So what advantage does working with a smart home integrator pose for your home? In your smart home system, if your lighting or shades don’t work, it’s an inconvenience. If your security doesn’t work, it’s a danger. More than any other area of your smart home ecosystem, your security system in best left in the hands of the professionals. As an award-winning smart home security company, TSP Smart Spaces will design your system not just to to operate as intended, but to stay running even when you have a power outage. TSP partners with local electricians and alarm companies to to install your system and ensure your home is set up to alert authorities during breakins or disasters such as a fire or flooding. If there’s one area to not cut corners, it’s your security.
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