Last month in this space, I reviewed a series of market projections for 2014 from Harvard University as well as the industry’s leading associations.
Homeowners can control and monitor access to their property by housekeepers and other service people with E-Bolt, an electronically controlled deadbolt that can be programmed to accept only specific keys at specified times. E-Bolt records the date, time and key identity of each valid access. When a service person completes a job or is dismissed, his or her key is deactivated, eliminating the need to re-key or replace locks. The deadbolt meets or exceeds ANSI 2 requirements, the company says, and does not use pins, making the lock pickproof.
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