Large families have many people coming in and out of their homes. Rather than having a bunch of keys floating around, it may make sense to rely on digital keys with family and their friends coming and going.
Owners of large homes often rely on contractors that require frequent access to their properties. Giving them a physical key works, but it's hard to control. Digital keys and access logs make Bluetooth deadbolt locks a viable solution that offers enhanced control over access to your home.
Lots of Guests
Whether you are an Empty Nester with children and grandchildren coming in and out of your home or you are a twenty-something professional with college buddies frequently coming through town, if you have a lot of transient guests then the flexibility offered by digital keys may be an ideal alternative to several copies of keys.
As a condo owner, I understand how problems can arise with the use of mechanical combination locks to nt enter secured properties. Over time, residents give the code out. While this may be innocent, over time this can lead to a compromised security situation. The digital keys and activity monitoring may enhance the security of managed properties.
For owners of vacation rentals, relying on key or combination entry can be burdensome in terms of security. The ability to send digital keys that expire and monitor activity as well as the adding other features like a digital guestbook can improve the security and enhance the relationship with guests.
Businesses rely on deadbolts for security just like homeowners. And just like families, business owners may have several employees coming and going from secured areas like cash offices and file rooms. Adding a Bluetooth lock to access locations may allow for more flexible control and the ability to monitor access that other options do not permit.