Envera has a team dedicated to standard maintenance and emergency repairs. We can’t do our job effectively if your equipment is not working properly. We will inform you of an issues we find, as well as timelines for repairs and service. We also offer a Service & Maintenance Plan to help communities budget for unexpected maintenance. Our standard repair and maintenance rates can be found here.
Envera installs, implements, monitors, and services all customers in-house without using third parties. Occasionally, additional professionals are needed for concrete work, boring, or wholesale alarm monitoring implementations.
The original company was founded in 1996. It was rebranded “Envera Systems” in 2007 to reflect our focus on community security and access control security. Envera is derived to mean “enter with truth” or “enter with verification.”
Envera’s Central Station operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, including holidays. Envera’s Installation and Service Teams are available Monday through Friday from 8AM to 5PM. Emergency service is also available when needed.
Envera operates in over 30 counties in Florida, securing hundreds of communities throughout the state. We would put the exact number, but our web team would have to keep changing it since we are growing so rapidly.
Each community has unique security needs, and Envera customizes its solutions to each community. To learn more about how to get a FREE security analysis for your community, contact Envera at 855-936-8372, or CLICK HERE.
Virtual Gate Guard
Envera’s MyEnvera web portal and smartphone app can be used by residents to register permanent, temporary, and one-time guests. MyEnvera provides residents of Envera-secured communities’ access to edit their approved guest lists and profile information, with access to important community contacts.
Envera’s Automatic Driver’s License solution does not swipe a license’s magnetic strip when it is inserted into the Kiosk. Instead, an ATM-style card scanner captures an image of the front of the identification card. This image is then cross-referenced with a community’s approved visitor list. Read more about this system and keeping personal information secure in this article.
Each community can create their own Community List of vendors and services allowed into the community. The authorized community contact(s) can set whether or not the vendor is always allowed in (ex: deliveries) or only during certain days and times (ex: lawn care – Monday through Friday).
Envera’s Virtual Security Guards will do whatever is instructed by the community’s post orders, just as an onsite security guard would do.
Every second counts in an emergency. This is one of the great things about Envera’s Virtual Gate Guard. The second the Envera Guard sees an emergency responder, they automatically open the gate for them thereby cutting down the response time to get to the needed residence. In many municipalities, the fire and police departments also have a special device that allows them to instantly open the gate on their own when responding to a call.
Dummy cameras are never a good idea because they create potential liability for the association. When owner, renters, and visitors see dummy cameras, they often believe the premises are being monitored, and they are reasonably safe. If a serious crime takes place, it is very likely that the association will be named as a defendant, in which case it will have no video footage of actual events. It is far better for the association to invest in real cameras and video surveillance systems in order to both deter crime and effectively handle such incidents.
The database for our Resident Vehicle Access Control Security System is stored locally inside access control modules. The system uses the Internet to receive updates from Envera or the property manager. If the Internet is down, the system will operate normally, but it will not receive updates until the Internet connection is restored.