Monitoring the security of windows and doors around the clock via a range of devices, smart locks have changed the way we look at home security in Wolverhampton and the Midlands. Of course, everything in life involves an element of risk and smart locks are no different. Living in a digital age, we’re often asked ‘can smart locks be hacked?’ The simple answer is yes, they can, although it all depends on the type of smart lock it is. Allow us to explain further, along with a few more frequently asked questions concerning smart locks.

Are smart locks hackable?

Any technology that connects to the internet has the potential to be hacked. However, smart locks that work with a traditional locking mechanism, that can only be physically opened with a key, offer the best resistance against hackers. Windows and doors fitted with the innovative Kubu lock gain access to the best of both worlds; allowing households to monitor their windows and doors in real-time while eliminating the risk of being hacked through unsafe remote unlocking features that traditional smart locks provide.

A black composite Front door

A black composite front door

Do you need Wi-Fi for a smart lock?

Yes, the Kubu Smart Sensor communicates directly with your Kubu Hub, which is linked to your Wi-Fi network. Kubu provides updates on the status of your doors and windows, letting you know if they’re locked or unlocked no matter where you are in the world. To receive these notifications, you need to download the Kubu app onto your smartphone and connect to the internet or 4G.

Which smart lock brand is the best?

As we’ve outlined above, the Kubu smart lock allows you to keep an eye on your windows and doors without putting your home at risk to hackers. Containing the UK’s largest hooks and bolts, combined with PAS24 accreditation for enhanced security, you have absolute peace of mind that your home, as well as your data, is as safe as houses at all times.

Learn more: The benefits of the Kubu smart lock for homes in Wolverhampton

Which products are compatible with the Kubu smart lock?

Whether you require replacement windows or doors, or both, we have the following styles that are compatible with Kubu:

Black aluminium

Black aluminium windows

Kubu smart lock window and door installers in Wolverhampton & the Midlands

We’re sure you’ll agree; if a home isn’t 100% secure, it will never feel like home. So, when it comes to modern day home security, windows and doors fitted with Kubu smart locks are truly transforming the way we use and interact with our homes. Get a real feel for our innovative window and door products with a visit to our Kingswinford showroom or get in touch to learn more.

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