Insynctive® App Helps Homeowners Monitor Status of Windows and Doors
Pella adds peace of mind for homeowners with debut of self monitored home security Insynctive App, which allows users free, self-monitored security of windows and doors outfitted with Pella sensors and control of motorized between-the-glass blinds and shades.
PELLA, IOWA – (September 10, 2018) Can’t remember if you locked your front door or left your bedroom window open when you left your house? You’re not alone. Today, Pella® Corporation introduced its new Insynctive® technology app which provides homeowners self-monitored security via their mobile device. Now you can monitor the status of your Pella windows and doors and control motorized between-the-glass blinds and shades in a variety of Pella products, including Architect Series® collections, Designer Series® and entry doors. With the Pella Insynctive app, get real-time push notifications so you know the status of your windows and doors. This new Pella solution creates a way to achieve peace of mind for the 75 percent of Americans who have felt uncertain about whether or not they locked their doors.* Click here to learn more about how the Insynctive app works.
Pella’s free Insynctive app allows users to self-monitor their windows and doors, and control and program motorized between-the-glass blinds and shades. Users can locate and download the “Pella Insynctive” app in both Apple and Android stores. The Insynctive app delivers a DIY-friendly guided setup to help users connect their windows, doors, blinds and shades via the Pella Insynctive Bridge. Users can easily check at-a-glance on the status of their windows and doors and receive status notifications through their mobile device.
Insynctive built-in sensors are seamlessly integrated into Pella products, preserving the beauty of the windows and doors. Insynctive sensors are wireless and do not require additional drilling which helps maintain the window and door warranty. For a complete list of Pella product lines that feature Insynctive, visit https://www.pella.com/insynctive/.
“Through integrated technology and the new Pella Insynctive app, Pella windows and doors can deliver the added peace of mind that our customers desire.” said Caleb Klein, Product Manager for Insynctive technology at Pella. “As a company, our goal is to continue to create innovations like Insynctive that maintain the integrity of beautiful design, address the ever-changing needs of our customers, and make life easier by creating added security, comfort and convenience.”
Pella has been on the forefront of smart technology since 2015 when they first launched Insynctive universal sensors and motorized between-the-glass blinds and shades on select Pella products. Now, with a more expansive offering of integrated sensor solutions across multiple product lines, homeowners have even greater options to make their homes secure while maintaining the beauty of their space.
Pella Insynctive products are compatible with a wide variety of security systems and home automation systems for those who wish to obtain a monitored security system or a fully connected home experience. For more information or for a detailed list of compatible home automation systems, visit Pella.com/Insynctive or Pella.com/Where-to-Buy.
Pella worked with MiOS, LTD., a global software company, on the creation and development of the Pella Insynctive app.
Visit Pella.com/Insynctive for more information on Pella Insynctive products.
*Source: Schlage and Wakefield Research Survey, June 2017
Pella Corporation doesn’t just create windows and doors, we innovate with purpose, design with passion, build with integrity, and deliver with pride. From testing beyond industry requirements to continuous innovation, Pella goes beyond what meets the eye. Pella’s goal is to perfect every detail and make beautifully designed windows and doors. The company is headquartered in Pella, Iowa and employs more than 6,000 people with 13 manufacturing locations and more than 200 showrooms across the country.