The Smart Home has certainly reached the mainstream. According to data compiled by consumer research firm Metova, 90 percent of U.S. consumers now own some form of smart home device. However, 58 percent of people who own a connected device are concerned about how it may impact their privacy. Indeed, security risks abound, as more devices mean more data and…
- Save time
- Decrease risk of lost or duplicated keys
- Offer unattended showings
- Increase safety
You don’t hove to put up with the hassle and time spent on key management; automate access control at your property and assign temporary access codes to staff, vendors, and potential guests, so you can remain offsite while knowing exactly who’s coming and going, and how long they’re there.
Lost or duplicated keys are no longer a safety issue with keyless locks that can be controlled remotely from anywhere in the world. This increases guest safety and offers convenient amenity that helps differentiate your property from the rest.