Show your Valentine’s Day Love with the Gift of Security
Are you gearing up for another Valentine’s Day of flowers, candy and a card to express your love and devotion for the one nearest and dearest to your heart? While they are nice ideas (Who doesn’t love chocolate candy?), all are likely to be gone and forgotten well before St. Patrick’s Day.
This year, consider giving a Valentine’s Day gift that will keep that special someone safe and secure every day. These gifts available from EMC Security, a Walton EMC company, will provide peace of mind for you and your loved one.
1. Monitored Security System
Make sure help gets to your loved one fast with professional security system monitoring. EMC Security sends an alarm signal, simultaneously, to multiple separately staffed, UL listed, CSAA Five-Diamond Certified central stations, so your loved one gets help in an average of 14 seconds. Monitoring is available starting at $16.95 per month. Best of all: No contract is required.
The Skybell video doorbell available from EMC Security allows you to use your smart phone to see, hear and speak to anyone at the door.
2. Video Doorbell
($199) Allows you to use your smart phone to see, hear and speak to anyone at the door whether you’re in the kitchen or out of town. The motion-sensor activated doorbell also features full color night vision so visitors and packages coming and going from the house can be tracked around the clock from your smartphone.
EMC Security’s Mobile Medical Alert Pendant allows seniors to remain active and independent.
3. Mobile Medical Alert Pendant
The ideal gift for an elderly parent, the ($21.95 per month) works anywhere mobile phone service is available. The pendant is small, lightweight and comfortable-to-wear. In an emergency, the wearer presses the button to be voice connected to a highly trained medical alert operator for help.
4. Wi-Fi Security Cameras
EMC Security’s indoor and outdoor (starting at $99) can deter intruders or monitor what the kids or pets are doing while you’re away. Watch HD-quality video, receive instant alerts and clips of motion from any web-enabled device. The system’s two-way audio feature allows you to speak and listen to anyone on the other end.
Smart locks can be monitored and controlled from any web-enabled device.
5. Smart Locks
If you already have EMC Security services, consider adding smart locks ($250 each) that can be monitored and controlled from any web-enabled device. Unlock your home for guests or service providers from anywhere without giving them a key.
To learn more about these and other offerings from EMC Security, call 770-963-0305 or visit www.emcsecurity.com.
Valentine’s Day Fun Facts
-Almost half of yearly marriage proposals will happen on Valentine’s Day.
-The oldest record of a valentine was a poem Charles Duke of Orleans wrote to his wife when he was imprisoned in the Tower of London in 1415.
-Valentine's Day ranks second to Christmas as the most popular day of the year for sending cards. About 1 billion Valentine’s Day cards are exchanged each year.
-Valentine’s Day ranks #1 for fresh flower purchases. Worldwide, over 50 million roses are given on Feb. 14.
-Englishman Richard Cadbury invented the first Valentines Day candy box in the late 1800s. Now, at least 36 million heart-shape boxes of chocolates are sold annually.
-There are about 8 billion candy “conversation” hearts made each year.
-More than 9 million people buy their pets a gift on Valentine’s Day.