Charlotte, NC (Vocus/PRWEB) March 24, 2011
There’s little doubt that advancements in cellular phone and wireless internet technologies appear to be occurring at a pace equal to that of the country’s escalating gas prices. For the most part, consumers are kept apprised of these developments thanks to a seemingly constant barrage of media messages. But what some people might not realize amidst this media storm is that advances in home security technology have kept pace equal to innovation in other consumer-tech commodities.
Home alarm monitoring companies such as Allhomesecurity now offer sophisticated but easy-to-use features to their security system controls that make life just as flexible and efficient as any blazing-fast cellular phone service or wireless broadband network.
Many agree that advanced technology is at the basis of what a smart home is all about. Just as there are an increased number of smart phones, smart televisions, and smart-use wireless broadband networks being used by U.S. homeowners, smart home security systems have also taken a step forward thanks to integrated networks that provide effortless use of advanced platforms.
Select home security providers now allow customers to handle this task through the use of a keychain that remotely arms or disarms a system without a keypad having to be physically touched. Imagine a tech-savvy homeowner being able to walk in the door with an armful of groceries, kids, or dry cleaning without having to fumble in front of a keypad hoping something precious doesn’t get dropped in the process of entering a code.
AllHomeSecurity.com/ points out that in addition to keychain programming (which has restrictions in regard to its reach) home security systems can also be programmed from almost anywhere by simply using a cell phone or a web-enabled computer. In addition to being able to arm or disarm a security system from a web-enabled computer or mobile device, the newest home security technologies also allow email or text messages to be sent to these same devices when a planned event occurs at the house (such as children returning home from school, a contractor arriving, or a spouse leaving for work).
Some home security alarm system providers offer even more advanced monitoring technology such as water sensors, freeze sensors, and smoke and heat sensors.
With the flooding that recently occurred in the northeastern United States from the spring thaw and the threat of tsunami that hit America’s west coast from Japan’s recent catastrophic earthquake, it’s evident that a home security system that offers such advances is indeed a timely technology.
For more information on advanced features in home security and remote access systems, contact All Home Security at http://www.AllHomeSecurity.com/.
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