Solutions We Offer
Our Best Features
- Access Control System
- Security Alarm system
- Video Surveillance
- Central Vacuum
- Local Area Network Distribution
- Structured Wiring
- Remote Control Automation
- Voice Activated Remote Commands
- Audio Distribution
- Video Distribution
- Home Theater Design
Safety in your Surroundings
Where Caution Blends with Technology!
By now, you’ve probably heard of access control and explored its benefits and applications in the modern office or facility. However, choosing to implement one can be quite a difficult decision, especially considering how many options there are when it comes to hardware, software, manufacturers, installers and management systems. It can be daunting even for the most seasoned security expert. That’s why it’s important to consider the impact of an access control system before going all in on one. The main considerations for a useful access control installation are both varied and incredibly important, so read on to find out how to get started.
Based on system assessment and security objectives, you need to choose the best technology suitable for the management of your access control system. This allows you to check data and respond to alarms, for example. You have multiple options to choose from in terms of technologies such as cloud-based access through the IoT model, mobile-based access, and wired or wireless connectivity to nodes and servers in the cloud. Again, any combination of multiple technologies can work here, so creativity is encouraged for more difficult situations.
Alarm technology can help keep your home and business safe, no matter what happens
A professional security system is a must for every business because it not only prevents thefts and robberies but also saves you time and money. No one wants to put their business in jeopardy. Many homeowners are already using security alarms to protect their homes and families.
Remotely Monitored Security System
Reducing False Alarms
Communication? You Bet!
Making small talk has never been this easy...or imperative.
Intercom systems have become an essential part of every home or office’s communication, entertainment, and security. Today’s technology in intercom systems allow the user to listen to their iPod, see who is at the door, call your kids for dinner, monitor your baby, and much more. We offer the installation and repair of new and existing intercom systems. We install almost every type of new intercom system and also provide upgrades and relocation of your existing intercoms. New intercom systems offer a wide variety of features to fit your needs and life style
Enhance Your Customer Experience
Track and analyze buying behavior of each buyer with video analytics system
This provides an optimum level of privacy and security. This system is reliable, which means it is often used for traffic monitoring, building and grounds security, medical facilities and other important purposes. A CCTV camera can also be used to keep your home and its occupants safer
Customer Enter/Exit Counts
Mapping Customer Journeys
Identifying Store Performance
Cleaning Made Simple
Our cleaning systems are amazingly good.
Central vacuum systems are designed to remove dirt and debris from homes and buildings, sending dirt particles through tubing installed inside the walls to a collection container in a remote utility space. … Most power hoses usually have a power switch located on the handle.
Your ultimate cleaning satisfaction is within reach! However, allow us to recommend which central vacuum installation is right for your home. You have multiple installation options, along with supplementary accessories that will enhance the system. These affordable installations are applicable for newly constructed or existing homes
Traditional & Hide-A-Hose Installation
Inlet valves for a traditional-style hose that covers second story, and an inlet valve with a 50-foot retractable hose that covers first story.
- Retractable hose for hard floor surfaces and area rugs.
- Traditional inlets for electric vacuum brush for carpeting.
3. Best of both worlds – deepest carpet cleaning and ease-of-use.
Hide-A-Hose Central Vacuum Installation
- Fewer inlets to install.
- Eliminates problems associated with traditional hoses.
- Pull out any length and instantly retract hose when finished.
- Hose length available in 30, 40, 50, and 60-feet increments.
Traditional Central Vacuum Installation
- Electric carpet brush can be used for deep cleaning.
- Quickest installation.
- Small inlet footprint on wall.
- Can use any number of universal hoses.
Enhance Your Internet Experience
Install a strategic and targeted hardwired and wireless solution.
We are able to confidently operate in networks with tens of thousands of routers and switches by leveraging proven operational and design best practices, which allow for agile and resilient topologies
If it looks GOOD, chances are it will work GOOD!
Wiring techniques that support numerous types of cables
Structured cabling is defined as building or campus telecommunications cabling infrastructure. Typically, it consists of a number of standardized smaller elements. In a structured cabling system, there is a structure created by a series of patch panels and trunks.
Structured wiring is both a physical product and also a process. Often times it is also referred to as a Cable distribution box. In both definitions it’s typically localized in one room of a home and from it all the data, entertainment and communication services enter the home and terminate at the cable distribution box. And, from it all the low voltage wiring exits this central point and are distributed throughout the home to supply each room with its signals for phone service, television service, computer service etc.
In plain words, structured wiring is an organized structured cable distribution panel centrally located which gives a home owner or servicers an easier, more intuitive manner from which to manage the low voltage communication services within a house.
The system can be thought of as the “brains” of the home. The cables originate at a central distribution panel. From here, each cable branches to devices or outlet jacks throughout the home. Outlets typically have a combination of jacks, although sometimes are just single jacks, to allow maximum flexibility as future needs change and for connecting different devices in the home.
All of the outside services, the telephone company, cable company, Internet broadband services, any satellite, or off-air antennas, tie into this distribution panel allowing the homeowner the flexibility to select what services are available at each outlet. A jack used for a phone line today can be easily changed to a computer network jack tomorrow and with the proper module, can serve both functions.
Your Wish is my Command
Control your electronics and environmental devices with ease.
The home of the future has arrived, thanks in large part to state-of-the-art automation accessories. These “smart” devices can transform an ordinary house into one with improved energy efficiency, safety, and privacy (while making daily tasks a lot more convenient and fun). From controlling your home’s temperature, lighting, and security system, to making it all work together with just a simple touch of a button on your cellphone, smartpad or universal remote control.
Change to Speak it Out, and it Shall Be Done
Voice activated control systems are now the RAGE in homes and businesses
The single most important question you should ask when choosing a remote with voice control is whether you want it to be compatible with your smart speaker ecosystem. Do you already have an Alexa or Google Voice device? If so, then you can control the devices you configure for your remote with your favorite assistant. However, this is not necessarily a prerequisite. For example, some remotes has Alexa built into it. You do not need to purchase a separate smart speaker.
The second question you want to ask is whether you want to use your remote with smart devices. Now why the heck would I want to do that, you may be wondering. Well, controlling your lights with your remote is cool, sure. But the real magic happens when you combine devices with your entertainment experience. For example, you can create activities like “Watch a Movie.” Then, when you push a single button on the remote or say Alexa, I Want to Watch a Movie, the lights dim, blinds get lowered, and your TV, Dolby surround sound system, and favorite streaming media device all power up in 0rcestration. It’s magical!
The Art of Audio Distribution
Imagine pausing a movie in the living room, then starting it at the same spot from the comfort of your bedroom. Or having a party where the music moves with you, playing seamlessly whether guests are in the kitchen, the living room or on the patio. This sort of whole-house AV system distributes sources — such as satellite TV or a DVD player — to different environments or zones, throughout the home. Sources are centralized in one location, giving you the convenience and joy of your music, movies and media in any room.
Now for the business community, it’s a lot different. Hi-Fi setups for the home are meant to focus sound in one part of the room, which is perfect for a small number of people. However, a retail store will likely have customers wandering from place to place within the store itself, to say nothing of the people passing by outside.
The way to get around this is to have at least multiple speakers, with the idea of improving the distribution of sound as equally as possible without sacrificing the clarity of the music. In this way, ambient music is heard clearly instead of an indistinct hum in the distant background.
Video Distribution system
Let us design the perfect fit for maximizing your service providers’ boxes to multiple televisions. Yes, turn that one required box that you must have into a whole house viewing solution. Maybe allow one DVD player to serve multiple locations. Why pay monthly fees for every TV? We can project camera views and other video media to one or more TV’s simultaneously
From simple to complex, we have the answer. Turning your existing space into a Home Theater is the most asked for installation. Remodeling a new room for that purpose comes in at a close second. However, if you are starting fresh, then that is where we excel the most.
Because we work closely with all aspects of on-site contractors, we can offer a turn-key solution. Our most desired objective is to watch your reaction when it is time to give you the keys to enjoyment for many years to come.
No matter what stage your in, there are usually 8 steps from beginning to end.
1. Create A Budget For Your Theater
2. Home Theater Dimensions
3. A/V Equipment
4. Theater Design Concepts
5. Theater Design Documents
6. Let The Wiring Begin!
7. Home Theater Installation
8. Lights, Camera, Home Theater!
Why You Should
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