New ADT Pulse Line Provides True Comfort and Safety

By Otto Benson, Modern Home Systems

“There is nothing like staying home for real comfort,” wrote author Jane Austen. She wrote those words approximately two hundred years ago. In other words, Jane Austen had no idea what real comfort looks like. Real comfort looks like adjusting your home’s climate without leaving the comfort of your own couch. Real comfort is being snuggled up in bed and using a voice app to lock the doors instead of schlepping downstairs. These are just some of the comforts that ADT, a company that specializes in home remote interactive management & automation systems and security systems, offers in its new line.  Check out all the new features of the 2014 ADT Pulse line:

ADT Pulse Voice App: This app allows you to control nearly your entire home—and with no hands! You can control your lights, thermostats, door locks, small appliances and security systems. It not only responds to your vocal commands; it answers you back with feedback on your system’s status and confirmations of its actions.

ADT Pulse Wireless Platform: This sleek, user-friendly wireless control panel manages all the ADT Pulse controlled devices, such as lights, thermostats, door locks and small appliances. The installation is non-invasive and quick.

ADT Pulse Remote Garage Door Control: We’ve all had those busy mornings when we leave the house and ask ourselves, “ Did I close the garage door?” Thanks to ADT, instead of being late to work because you had to turn around and check, there’s a smartphone app that will let you know—and close it for you!

CanopyApp: If you find yourself in the unfortunate position of having to walk through a deserted area at night, the Canopy mobile app will alert friends and family members in your designated virtual circle of your whereabouts. Canopy app also can put you in touch with ADT monitoring centers at any time.

Here at Modern Home Systems, we are always excited about new products that simplify, secure and add comfort to our clients’ homes and lives. If you are interested in learning more about automating and securing your home, log onto or give us a call at (858) 554-0404.

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