Virtual Security Guard Services from Envera
As a virtual security guard company, Envera Systems is always innovating in the pursuit of increased community safety and affordable security solutions. With an understanding of the unique needs of homeowner associations, condominium associations, and community development districts, we have become a leader in gated community security and amenity monitoring through technology.
In addition to servicing community associations, Envera is a security partner that makes property management easier. Envera makes it possible for managers to focus on the needs of residents. With Envera’s security guard services, we can manage the Access Control database, retrieve video of incidents, and service outdated equipment. You will always know who to call.
Envera also specializes in security from the start by working with developers. Our security consultants are knowledgeable in integrating our solutions before and during construction. With Envera, the transition is seamless once construction is complete.
While a Virtual Gate Guard with the patented Envera Kiosk System greets and screens visitors at community entrances, our Virtual Guards keep pools, clubhouses, and other amenity areas clear of trespassers and vandals through surveillance systems and access control security. We focus on making sure community assets are protected in a way that is not obtrusive to the quality of living.
Our state-of-the-art Central Station oversees it all, operating 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. Each security guard has a Class D license with ongoing training and constant supervision. With Envera, you don’t have to worry about a security guard calling in sick, falling asleep, or not being on duty.
Envera is an all-inclusive community security services provider. In addition to virtual security guard monitoring from our Central Station, Envera installs, implements, and services all systems. We can control every step of the journey to make sure that we are providing best-in-class service at all times. If something goes wrong, Envera is there.