Using your Smartphone to access your home

Sponsored content Jul 30, 2016 Hamilton Mountain News

Inevitably, technology eventually insinuates itself into just about everything these days, and Scott and Lesly Beckwith would like you to know that is most certainly the case with the Emtech Liscio keypad leverset available from their business ABC Locksmith & Security.  

The Emtech Liscio keypad systems offer homeowners the convenience of an electronic lock without the techie-looking keypad. Using Bluetooth technology, this system offers you a high level of home security, while looking much more aesthetically pleasing. The lock itself is quite small, and the keypad is discreetly integrated into the handle.

Open your door using the sleek, discreet buttons on the lever with a code programed from your smart phone. Use the free app, available for Android and Apple users to program up to 20 different user codes into the lock itself. Every member of the household that might otherwise have a key now needs only their Smartphone – and each user may have their own unique code.

An easy-to-use app wizard walks you through the steps for a simple and convenient Bluetooth setup between a user’s phone and the actual lock. You can add, edit, and delete user codes from your device. An activity log will show you the date and time, and will even identify the user who accessed and opened the lock. Don’t worry about upgrading or replacing your phone: you can communicate existing data to a new device. You only need one Smartphone or device to communicate with multiple locks.

Never be locked out again. There’s no need for a lock box. Imagine the implications from a security aspect if and when you list your home for sale. Provide agents with unique access codes and, for additional security, change them on the fly!

For more information on any lock situation – home, auto, or business – connect with Hamilton’s ABC Locksmith & Security. Contact their office directly at 905-575-9091 or follow them on social media, such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.

Using your Smartphone to access your home

Sponsored content Jul 30, 2016 Hamilton Mountain News

Inevitably, technology eventually insinuates itself into just about everything these days, and Scott and Lesly Beckwith would like you to know that is most certainly the case with the Emtech Liscio keypad leverset available from their business ABC Locksmith & Security.  

The Emtech Liscio keypad systems offer homeowners the convenience of an electronic lock without the techie-looking keypad. Using Bluetooth technology, this system offers you a high level of home security, while looking much more aesthetically pleasing. The lock itself is quite small, and the keypad is discreetly integrated into the handle.

Open your door using the sleek, discreet buttons on the lever with a code programed from your smart phone. Use the free app, available for Android and Apple users to program up to 20 different user codes into the lock itself. Every member of the household that might otherwise have a key now needs only their Smartphone – and each user may have their own unique code.

An easy-to-use app wizard walks you through the steps for a simple and convenient Bluetooth setup between a user’s phone and the actual lock. You can add, edit, and delete user codes from your device. An activity log will show you the date and time, and will even identify the user who accessed and opened the lock. Don’t worry about upgrading or replacing your phone: you can communicate existing data to a new device. You only need one Smartphone or device to communicate with multiple locks.

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Never be locked out again. There’s no need for a lock box. Imagine the implications from a security aspect if and when you list your home for sale. Provide agents with unique access codes and, for additional security, change them on the fly!

For more information on any lock situation – home, auto, or business – connect with Hamilton’s ABC Locksmith & Security. Contact their office directly at 905-575-9091 or follow them on social media, such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.

Using your Smartphone to access your home

Sponsored content Jul 30, 2016 Hamilton Mountain News

Inevitably, technology eventually insinuates itself into just about everything these days, and Scott and Lesly Beckwith would like you to know that is most certainly the case with the Emtech Liscio keypad leverset available from their business ABC Locksmith & Security.  

The Emtech Liscio keypad systems offer homeowners the convenience of an electronic lock without the techie-looking keypad. Using Bluetooth technology, this system offers you a high level of home security, while looking much more aesthetically pleasing. The lock itself is quite small, and the keypad is discreetly integrated into the handle.

Open your door using the sleek, discreet buttons on the lever with a code programed from your smart phone. Use the free app, available for Android and Apple users to program up to 20 different user codes into the lock itself. Every member of the household that might otherwise have a key now needs only their Smartphone – and each user may have their own unique code.

An easy-to-use app wizard walks you through the steps for a simple and convenient Bluetooth setup between a user’s phone and the actual lock. You can add, edit, and delete user codes from your device. An activity log will show you the date and time, and will even identify the user who accessed and opened the lock. Don’t worry about upgrading or replacing your phone: you can communicate existing data to a new device. You only need one Smartphone or device to communicate with multiple locks.

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Never be locked out again. There’s no need for a lock box. Imagine the implications from a security aspect if and when you list your home for sale. Provide agents with unique access codes and, for additional security, change them on the fly!

For more information on any lock situation – home, auto, or business – connect with Hamilton’s ABC Locksmith & Security. Contact their office directly at 905-575-9091 or follow them on social media, such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.