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Business Description: 🔵 TV Wall Mounting / TV Installation / Flat Screen TV Install / TV Setup 🔵 Home Theater Installation Specialist 🔵 Projector Installation / Screen Installation 🔵 Video / Surveillance Camera Installation 🔵 Doorbell Installation 🔵 Home Stereos / Speakers / Sound Bar / Program Universal Harmony Remotes 🔵 Internet Setup / Modem / WiFi Router 🔵 Home Automation Installation 🔵 Amazon Alexa / SimpliSafe / Leviton / Lutron / Nest / Wink / Z-Wave / Honeywell / Insteon / Ring / Amazon Cloud Cam / 🔵 Surveillance Ring Door Bell Installation 🔵 Flood light integrated cameras installation 🔵 Thermostat Installation and Programming 🔵 Light Switches / Dimmers / USB Outlets / Smart Lighting Control 🔵 Electrical Connections Troubleshooting and Repair 🔵 Power / Electrical Blinds Installation 🔵 Digital Lock Installation / Smark Keypad Lock Installation 🔵 Networking / Telephone / Internet lines /Access Point extends / Repair and additional jacks Satisfaction Guarantee Available Days, Eves and Weekends Same day service may be available Call or TXT for a free estimate (609) 429-0366
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Recent Review: THEY DID EVERYTHING FINE. WE WERE VERY HAPPY WITH IT. WE ACTUALLY HAVE ONE UP IN OUR BEDROOM NOW. IT'S NICE BECAUSE, WE DON'T HAVE TO GO DOWNSTAIRS ANYMORE. WE REALLY APPRECIATED THAT.
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Recent Review: It's working out fine.  I had some problem with it to begin with.  When they sent the pieces to me they had already batteries on them.  I had to two keypad batteries and one keypad died within a few days when I set it up.  The other keypad batteries died the following week but they did send me some new batteries to replace batteries.  Anyhow, I had no problem with it.
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Business Description: Joseph P Mangione, Inc is committed to providing top quality locksmith service, at reasonable rates, in the Capital District and Saratoga regions. We are dedicated to exceeding your expectations with quality installations and products. Our knowledge of locks, doors, and all door related hardware provides you, our customers, with confidence and security. The service counters of our two locations, in Troy and Saratoga, are staffed with experienced technicians ready to assist you with all aspects of security, from simple repairs to detailed security solutions to fit your needs. Our range of services includes: Mechanical Locking Hardware - Locks, Deadbolts, Panic Devices, Master Key systems, Medeco High Security Locks and keys Electronic Security Systems - Electromechanical locks, Access Control, Video Surveillance and Burglar Alarm systems Door and frames - Aluminum storefront, Metal, Wood, and Fiberglass Reinforced Polyester Auto door operators - for Sliding and Swinging doors Safes & Vaults- Burglary, Fire and Data Safes Both locations also offer computerized master key systems and a large selection of key blanks. In addition, our fleet of mobile service vehicles covers the Capital District, Saratoga, and surrounding areas daily, and is stocked to meet our customers’ needs quickly and efficiently. Joseph P. Mangione, Inc is recognized by Medeco High Security Locks as one of the elite dealers in the industry, and we are proud to be the only factory authorized Medeco Security Center in the Capital District. As a Medeco Security Center, we are committed to providing our customers with a vast selection of high security options for their homes or businesses.

Reviews in Albany to Install Keypad Lock

ASimpliSafe Home Security
Had some faulty equipment and keypad-placement issues but it all worked out eventually.  Personal is great but if you want "technical" help you're on hold for a while.  The '"Sales" people can usually help with the technical issues.  Great system, easy to set up and use.
- Nicole N....
CSimpliSafe Home Security
I've had a SimpliSafe system for about a year and a half. The system was very affordable, customizable and easy to install. The equipment is sturdy but not particularly attractive. It's a matte finish white plastic that is difficult to clean. After about a year the keypad looked like I'd buried it in the yard, dug it up and remounted it. The base station is fairly large, looks like a prop from the original StarTrek and is quite persnickity about where you place it. The entry sensors fit fine on doors but are too large to fit on my casement windows with the screens installed, so I can't open my windows on a nice day unless I want to spend the evening catching flies. The components seem to work fine, though, except for the keypad which goes through batteries faster than any ten flashlights I've ever owned. It's supposed to let you know when the batteries are getting low, and it does get around to that, eventually. While it's warming up to the idea, it just stops communicating in any useful or consistent way with the base station. I discovered this after I triggered several false alarms even though I was pretty certain I'd disarmed the system. Concerned that I might have early dementia, I started paying particularly close attention and discovered that although the keypad displayed "alarm off", the blue light on the base station was frequently still on indicating that the system was armed. A couple days later the keypad finally displayed a "low battery" message. This scenario repeated itself again a few months later. I've learned over time that as long as I keep the keypad fed regularly it doesn't bite. The monitoring service has been the bright spot so far. They're very attentive and polite when they call. (A word of advice - don't test your smoke and CO detectors consecutively; mix them up with your other sensor tests or use your cell phone as the primary contact number. The monitoring service calls you after each smoke and CO detector test to let you know it passed. I almost had a heart attack climbing up and down the ladder and running up and down the stairs to answer my land line.) The worst part of my experience has been the customer service, or lack of it. My purchase experience was relatively good. Although the sales technician misquoted the cost of my system, the customer service representative honored the quoted price and offered one month of free monitoring to compensate for my inconvenience. However, since purchase, my experience with customer service has been far less impressive. During my journey of discovery with the keypad, I made numerous attempts to call the customer service support line during their stated regular business hours. No answer. Not once. On two occasions, I left the phone ringing on "speaker" while I did other things - cooked and ate dinner once, cleaned the entire house the second time. No answer. Not once. You get what you pay for.
- Linda T....
ASimpliSafe Home Security
Switched from another security system. Monthly monitoring cost is about 1/3 as much. Easy installation. The main keypad isn't fancy but for the price, it's usable. Works like a charm. Will announce if you have left a window or door open when alarming the system. You can add and disable sensors from the main keypad or an account on your computer. I can also arm and disarm the system from the key chain fob or my phone remotely. The only problem I had was with a smoke detector going off for no reason. Simplisafe told me to vacuum it periodically. Disabled it and went back to one not connected to the system. All the other sensors work flawlessly. I would highly recommend them. 
- Janet K....