Honeywell Total Connect: An Interactive Home Security Solution

When you are at work or on the road, how often do you wonder what’s going on at home? Well, if you invest in Honeywell Total Connect, you won’t have to wonder any longer! With Total Connect, if it’s happening in your home, it’s happening on your phone.
Benefits of Honeywell Total Connect


  • Real Time Alerts: Total Connect will send you emails, text messages, or video alerts in real-time.


  • Video Surveillance: If you have a laptop or smartphone, then you have access to your home’s video surveillance network!


  • Mobile Control: Total Connect allows you to access and operate your system remotely from anywhere in the world using your smartphone or other web-enabled device.


  • Mobile Apps: The Total Connect Remote Services apps let you control your security system, receive text messages and e-mail alerts on your iPhone®, iPad®, iPod touch®, BlackBerry® or Android™ devices.


  • And more!


“When I share [Honeywell Total Connect] socially with friends and other homeowners, people are wowed and ask if this is available now and where they can get it,” says Ron Rothman of Honeywell.


Well, if you are just like Ron’s friends and family and want to know where you can purchase Honeywell Total Connect, look no further than Chesapeake Systems Services, Inc. (CSS)!


Monitor and control your home security system from anywhere with a 100% wireless security system from CSS. Whether you’re shopping for a non-intrusive senior monitoring package, a flexible family monitoring plan, or an alternative to a phone line-based security system, an interactive security system from CSS has just the thing you’re looking for.


If you have any questions about Honeywell Total Connect, or wish to set up a consultation with one of our security experts, please contact Chesapeake Systems Services, Inc. – an authorized dealer – by calling 800-205-4909 or click here today!


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Chesapeake Systems Service, Inc. believes that a security system should be personalized, user-friendly, and not created from a mold and sold as if “one size fits all.”




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