Smart Home Solutions

for the Smart Enterprise

PointCentral provides Smart Home solutions that enable vacation rental and residential property managers to remotely control energy and access to ALL their properties from their desktop or mobile device.

Cut your energy spend, eliminate keys, track access and receive important property information – from a system that is easy to implement and easy on your budget.

Why PointCentral?

Automatically monitors and controls thermostat temperature

Saves 10% to 20% energy costs annually

Automatically monitors and controls property access

Improves guest and homeowner security

Provides real-time property intelligence

Reduces risks associated with mechanical keys

Reduces operational costs

Increases guest/tenant satisfaction

Our Partners and Associations

Smart Home Security Security
June 19, 2018

Smart Home Security Devices You Can Trust

It’s tempting to choose clever or high-performing equipment for smart home security, but trust and reliability are essential. When your home is unattended, and even more so when it’s occupied by people you care about, you want the features, networking and monitoring to be exactly what you expected. A quality home security system has also become a selling point for…

Featured
June 15, 2018

Cool Smart Home Gadgets Dad Will Love

Father’s Day this year has a special treat for dad: lots of smart home gadgets that answer and obey him. Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and similar features are waiting in smart wireless speakers, sound bars, televisions and even light bulbs and smoke detectors. How They Work Voice-based virtual assistants use multiple microphones and audio processing to hear your voice throughout…

Smart Home Control
June 4, 2018

What Can You Do with a Smart Thermostat?

Smart thermostats have seen rapid adoption rates across the globe in the last few years, with many homes and businesses replacing viable traditional thermostats with higher-tech models. What’s causing so many people to shell out money on an improvement that isn’t preceded by a broken component? Perhaps it’s the fact that you can do so much more with a smart…