I like the fact, that even when I’m away from home I’m in control,
And also feel confident since I have a watch dog in my pocket, (app).
Thanks for being there for me.
In physics, you theoretically can be in two places at one time over a great distance. A simple concept, but impossible without engineers and complex technology – and it may not be real - yet! With IRIS, I defy physical science every day and can be virtually in two places at one time, ever-present between my home and beach house, far distances away.
Having IRIS is more than just theory! It’s real and it makes possible a natural way of securing, providing safety and at convenience. No complex engineering or quantum tunneling, just simple hub, the internet easily paired to many different sensors. That’s it!
Now I simply IRIS myself to understand my first and second homes without physical transport.
I am a long time Iris by Lowes user. I currently have 31 sensors on my system and I am very pleased with their performance. I have been searching for a remote contact sensor so I can use the switches build-in for the original security system. I would appreciate any information the community may have about the availability of such a sensor.
I love the fact that I can manage my home from my phone. The ease of use and ability to infinitely customize the Iris System make it ideal for our lifestyle. Living in Alaska offers many unique challenges. With temperatures that range from -50 in the winter time to 90 in the summer, the ability to monitor the climate in our home offers us peace of mind when we are away and the potential to avoid costly repairs. Alaska also offers many opportunities to view wildlife. Our cameras have captured moose, fox and snowshoe hares roaming through our property, something we would have missed without the system. The cost of the system as well as the ability to take it with us if we move made Iris our choice when choosing a home security system.
Love the idea of checking the temp in every room when I'm out of town, and of course checking the camera to make sure things are normal.