Advanced Home Technologies
of California

System Integration - Home Control - Home Theater - Lighting - Low Voltage - Surveillance - Security

Security System

Every 14 seconds a house is burglarized in the United States. Don't become a part of this statistic, protect yourself and your loved ones with a Honeywell Security System. Our professional sales and installation teams will ensure that you receive a systems that meets your needs using state of the art technology and our sophisticated monitoring service.

Our systems include the following features

  • User-friendly keypads
  • Convenient wireless key fobs
  • Vista Interactive Phone Module to arm/disarm your system
  • Vista ICM module for home automation integration
  • Compact sensors mount on walls or moldings
  • Wire-free smoke and fire detectors
  • ADT 24 hour monitoring

Surveillance Cameras CCTV

Have you ever wanted to know who was at the front door before you walked all the way there to find out? How about keeping an eye on the kids in the pool, when you need to be online at your home office desk? Or have you wished you could look in on the baby without having to climb the stairs every time? You can do them all by adding Closed Circuit TV to your home wiring network.

What It Does For You

  • See who's at the door from any TV in the house
  • Check on the baby while watching TV
  • Watch the kids in the pool while online in the den
  • Monitor activity throughout your home, from any TV, even your PC monitor

 How It Works

  • Tiny TV cameras are installed near areas you wish to monitor: exterior doors, pool area, deck, nursery.
  • Cables run from the TV cameras back to a central panel or utility room

Access Control

Are you tired of fumbling for your keys every time you enter your building? Are you looking for an easy and secure way to manage access to your home or office? Let us show you some of our convenient access control solutions. Access control systems come in many different varieties but the most popular is the key fob. Users are issued small keychain like devices that they can attach right to their key ring. When the user wishes to make access into the building, they can do so by waving their keys by a sensor strategically placed by the door. The sensor reads the key fob and authenticates the user. Once the user is authenticated the door is mechanically unlocked allowing to the user to make entry. Additionally, if different portions of the building require different levels of security, the key fobs can be programmed to allow only certain people into those portions of the building.