SMART HOME PANEL
The smart control panel is the brain of your home automation system. From it, control your home’s security system, lights, locks, thermostat and more. The panel gives clear notifications that indicate system status, zone descriptions, alarms, and emergencies.
Maximize comfort and energy savings. Comfort you can control – Too cold? Too hot? Don’t leave the comfort of your bed or couch to change the thermostat. Lower energy bills – Working late? Use your smartphone to remotely adjust your thermostat’s temperature setting so you’re not needlessly cooling and heating an empty home.
Ever forgotten to lock your home’s doors before? With home automations special door locks, you can lock and unlock your doors from your smartphone, tablet or web-enhanced device – giving you peace of mind.
Is a video doorbell that allows you to see, hear, and speak to anyone at your door whether you’re working, at home, or on vacation.
Leaving lights on is one of the biggest wastes of energy for any home or business. You can create custom light schedules and automatic, event triggered lighting rules that are designed to fit your home routines. You can even create light schedules to give your property a “lived in” look when no one is home to prevent possible intruders.
WATER DAMAGE DETECTION
Flooding is a serious threat to your property and integrity of your house. We help you watch out for rising water so that a small leak does not turn into a big problem. Often used in basements, computer rooms, drain area and documents storage area, this water sensor alarm notifies homeowners of water leaks.
Keep a watchful eye while away from your home. Use security cameras to record anything and everything – like intruders identify or your babysitters’ activities.
CENTRAL STATION MONITORING
American Alarm Systems full-service UL Central Monitoring Station is nationally recognized as a leader in the security industry. We are constantly investing in the latest technology so that our software, hardware, automation, building, and redundant telecommunications infrastructure is always online.