Adding Remote Interactive Features to Your Existing System

As the world changes, H&S adapts to those changes to ensure our customers continue to receive the products and services they seek. In today’s world, “mobility” is the word that fits many customers seeking our services.

People want to know their home is safe when they are at work. They would like to be able to check that lights are on in designated rooms while on vacation. Business owners may want to check on a delivery that occurs when they must be offsite meeting with a client. That mobility demands products and services that can adjust to those demands. H&S Protection offers many new services to help our on-the-go customers.

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In partnership with, we help give you comfort knowing your child or spouse arrived home safely when you are traveling. You can check on your system remotely to ensure it is armed.  If not, you can arm it remotely. Turn on lights, change your thermostat through several easy taps on your smart phone. Some specific offerings include:

  • 100% Wireless, secure signaling (no phone line, internet or keypad required)
  • Web-based remote system monitoring and control
  • Real time texts and email alerts for any event, not just alarms

H&S Protection is not just about your home or business security. We’re about your changing needs in a mobile world. Call our Stevens Point (715.344.0727) or Pewaukee Office (262.574.7777) to find out what more we offer. You might be surprised at the new options.


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