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Smart Garage Doors

The garage door is the most common way for people to enter the home. It can also be a big security risk if you leave it open. Now you can easily connect your garage door to your smart home system and stay in control.

Your garage door can be controlled through Vault's mobile app. This allows you to easily see if you left it open, and open or close it from anywhere. Most garage doors made after 1998 can be retrofitted to enable smart control. Make sure it is safe for unattended control with features like an audible alert before it closes, and an auto stop feature if something, or someone, is in the way.

SMART LOCKS FOR HOME SECURITY BY VAULT

Smart Locks for Home Doors

Stop leaving your key under the mat, or worrying that you left the garage door open. Enhance your security with complete control and visibility over all the entry points to your home. Vault seamlessly integrates door locks and garage door control to our intelligent platform, giving you the same real-time visibility, control and customized automation controls that you have for the rest of your home.

WHAT DO SMART LOCKS DO?

It lets you open and lock your door without a key – but there are different mechanisms. All Vault-compatible smart locks, which are built by trusted hardware manufacturers including Kwikset, Yale and Schlage, feature a numerical keypad or touchscreen.

This technology lets you open your door with a four-digit user code, putting an end to lost keys forever and enabling an array of intelligent and useful features.

WHAT DEFINES A SMART LOCK?

  1. Keyless entry: most smart locks feature a numerical keypad, which lets you unlock your door with a four-digit code instead of a physical key. You can create a different code for each member of the family, and also for trusted visitors.
  2. Remote locking: smart locks typically come with their own smartphone app, which enables you to lock and unlock your door remotely from anywhere. If someone forgets their code, it's easy to let them in, even if you're not there. If your smart lock is installed as part of a smart home system, you'll be able to control your lock through your main app, alongside other devices in your home.
  3. Alerts: most smart locks come with the option to send an alert when a specific user opens your door with their code. Alerts are great for keeping tabs on kids after school when you're not there, or for checking that a contractor arrived on time.

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