LifeShield Security recently became a part of AT&T's Digital Life home security company. They are a successful modern day security company and can only be purchased through AT&T's Digital Life as one of their customers. One thing about LifeShield is their four layer back-up security system that makes it nearly impossible for anything to happen. One device LifeShield offers is their Homescreen Touchpad that is an Android tablet that syncs to your security system, making it easy and safe to control.
LifeShield has two options for their installation process: self installation or professional installation. Professional installation is available with a fee that depends on your location, products purchased, and if there are any other third party security systems in the house to work with. To get money back, the equipment must be purchased all at once at the time you purchase it, including the sales tax. LifeShield does not take liability for any products lost or broken and will still charge the monthly fee whether or not it is usable or not. If a customer gets free equipment for whatever reason, professional installation is not available for that offer. Any member of the military or someone who has died during their service contract can cancel their contract by mailing in a valid certificate stating their military membership/death. The warranty for an equipment lasts for one year. The only things that are not covered by the warranty are normal wear and tears, stickers or decals, if there is damage from any misbehavior, or if any LifeShield equipment is used with other non-LifeShield security equipment.
LifeShield security uses a digital wireless system so the customer can stay connected 24/7, no matter where they are. The company made the home security system completely usable with home intelligence, notifications, and a mobile home automation app that makes their security easy to control and available at all times. The only complaint about the home automation features was that customers had no options for control lights.
The base for LifeShield is the hub for all system communications running. The console is the directly wired to the monitoring center. If there is an alert, it is recognized by the console. It also displays any information the owner wants to see about their security activity. It is a back up for the base in case anything were to happen to it. The security touchpad is the android device that allows the owner to control their whole security system. It is made so you can take it with you anywhere and still be able to monitor all activity. There are multiple sensors offered, which are: wireless freeze sensor, wireless flood sensor, wireless security cameras, fire detector, motion detector sensor, glass break sensor, and a door/window sensor. The grid extender, which is not offered by most home security companies, allows you to broaden your wireless access points. The last device is a portable key fob that allows you to control any part of your system as you are leaving or entering the household.