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Residential Security Systems

residentialState-of-the-art home security solutions as low as $34.99/month.


The future of residential home security and home management is NOW!

You can now control the latest and most advanced security and home management solution in the industry. 2GIG introduces Go!Control, the first all-in-one security and home management system:

Color touch-screen interface
Intuitive, user-friendly interface is found on the Go!Control panel, your computer (internet) and web-enabled phone – providing your customers with access when and where they need it.

GSM (cellular) radio
The most reliable communication option available in the industry. No more concern with cut phone lines or the elimination of residential phone lines altogether.

Integrated two-way voice
Go!Control allows the central station to listen in and talk to the homeowner when a signal is received.

Built-in Z-Wave RF Protocol
Customers can now control lighting, HVAC, and other Z-Wave appliances in the home right from the panel, web-enabled phone, or the internet. No need for extra hardware—it’s all contained within the Go!Control panel. And this is just the beginning! Numerous money- and time-saving applications are currently being developed for 2GIG's Go!Control system.

Watchdog Security - Residential security main control unit

Remote Access

  • Check current system and sensor status.
  • Arm and disarm the system from anywhere.
  • View recent systems and sensor activity.
  • Customize notification settings and add or delete recipients from your online address book.
  • Receive alerts for alarms, power outages/restorals, and other important system events.
  • Create customized sensor notifications based on the specific non-alarm activity and threats you want to monitor at your property.
  • Find out when the system was armed or disarmed, and by which user.
  • Receive an arming reminder alert if the system hasn’t been armed by the usual time.