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South Central security division offers the latest smart technology

February 3, 2021

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Lots of people count on South Central Power Company for reliable, affordable electric service. We’re there for you, 24/7, in all kinds of weather to keep the lights on, and our team of dedicated employees is always just a phone call away. But did you know that in addition to electric service, South Central Power offers home, personal, and business security services?

“We’ve been in the security business for more than 20 years…”

Charlie Miller, security business manager

“We’ve been in the security business for more than 20 years, and our team of professionals has more than 70 years of experience protecting homes and installing and maintaining security systems,” says Charlie Miller, security business manager. “Our state-licensed technicians are South Central Power employees, not outside contractors, and we’re your neighbors right here in the communities we serve. We focus on quality, local service, but we offer the same high-tech products and services as the large national security firms.”

Security is a rapidly evolving field, with new technology constantly improving how residents and business owners can secure their property, get peace of mind, and save on homeowner’s insurance, too. Here are a few opportunities that South Central Power’s security division is offering in 2021 — call us today at 800-282-5064 for a free quote and to learn more.

Smart home devices and app

Need a smart thermostat to save energy and money? How about a door lock you can control from anywhere for your family, pet sitter, or cleaning service? We offer a wide range of smart home solutions that fully integrate with your security system and can be controlled through the South Central Power security app.

Security cameras

Few devices offer more peace of mind than security cameras. Our doorbell cameras keep an eye on your front door and yard and allow you to see and chat with visitors from anywhere by using our app. Exterior cameras can keep an eye on any part of the property around your home, barn, or shop, while interior cameras can help you keep tabs on children or elderly relatives for added peace of mind. With two-way live communication, indoor cameras even allow you to have a conversation with occupants or visitors in your home.

Whole-home protection

A comprehensive approach to home security means not just cameras and apps, but monitoring doors and windows and detecting dangers like smoke and carbon monoxide. It’s all controlled through a state-of-the art, 7-inch, full-color touchpad in your home, as well as your smartphone. South Central Power’s security technicians do an in-home assessment before recommending the products that are right for you.

Personal security pendants

You can wear a pendant around your neck or keep it on a keychain, allowing you or your loved one to activate a 24-hour emergency alarm in the event of an emergency or if you need help. The panic pendant allows users to push a button for help, while the fall pendant uses special sensing technology to automatically detect unusual movement and velocity that suggests a fall. In either case, the pendants alert our monitoring center, where representatives attempt to make contact by phone and can dispatch first responders in the event of a true emergency.

Sign up now for a free doorbell camera*
($200 value)

New customers who sign up for security monitoring service before March 1 get a free doorbell camera! The camera can be used with the app and other integrated security services to know who’s at your door or in front of your home, and it can notify you when there’s movement. It allows for two-way communication, and you can drop in to view from the camera in real time with the click of a button from your smartphone, tablet, or PC. Ready to get started? Call us at 800-282-5064 or visit www.southcentralpower.com for
more information.

*Certain restrictions may apply. See southcentralpower.com for details.

From the February 2021 issue of Ohio Cooperative Living.