Berwyn-based InGrid is making home security more accessible to everyone with the first-ever all-digital home protection system. All you need is a broadband connection. “There have really been no advances in the home security market over the last 30 years,” says InGrid COO Tricia Kesling. “Our product has been receiving a phenomenal response.”
The InGrid Digital Home Protection system is both affordable and portable, making it an attractive option for renters and homeowners alike. Each InGrid kit comes with easy step-by-step instructions for self-installation, which should take no more than 90 minutes. The system maintains constant communication through a two-way broadband connection and is monitored by Guardian Protection Services, the world’s largest privately held security company.
Unlike a traditional home security system, InGrid doesn’t have a master control panel, making it impossible for an intruder to defeat. Instead, it puts home protection at the owner’s fingertips, with a cordless telephone handset and keypad that controls the system from anywhere inside or around the home; it also has a panic button that automatically alerts authorities. The wireless sensors that protect doors and windows can also be used for non-emergency monitoring (think jewelry boxes).
Homeowners have access to the system through the Internet and can customize it to meet their needs. One-year introductory price for InGrid’s Home Kit is $299; $199 for InGrid’s Basic Kit (for smaller homes, offices and apartments). Monitoring is $29.99/month.
To learn more, visit ingridhome.com.