TRAVERSE CITY — DoorJamz, by KMN Home, announced a fundraising push towards the development of its latest product, a touch-free, customizable doorbell that allows users to adjust the ring volume and song to a favorite tune and play it on command with a premium sound.
In order to successfully jump start this app, DoorJamz’s fundraising goal is $90,000 with an end date of May 1.
This first of its kind app is controlled from a smartphone, tablet app or computer, which allows users to hear songs when visitors ring their doorbell and offers the option to choose MP3s for different days of the week or for any occasion — for example, “Jingle Bells” for the holiday season or “Thriller” on Halloween.
The app’s unique scheduling feature enables customers to reduce volume during set times, like a baby’s naptime or during the night. Users can upload ringtones from their smartphone and alter the length of any song, including adding a fade-in or fade-out element.
“There is no reason to settle for a boring sound or unpleasant buzzing noise when someone is at the door. This product lets you easily change your greeting to a premium sound and schedule the length or volume every time there is a visitor,” said Keith Nielson, CEO and co-founder of DoorJamz. “We have a passion for creating new products and DoorJamz is a great alternative to a traditional doorbell as it will appeal to any homeowner who likes music. With additional investors, we’re confident that this product will be a hot item with consumers in this market.”
For added security, the sensitivity can be adjusted in order to alert homeowners of someone’s presence at the door, even if they don’t intend to ring the bell. DoorJamz can be plugged into any wall outlet or into an existing doorbell’s power supply. Future upgrades will allow users to receive snapshots right to a smartphone of visitors from the doorbell’s integrated camera.
DoorJamz is a KMN Home product. Founded in 2005, KMN Home is behind a number of emerging consumer brands, including the DrawerDecor system, a sleek way to custom organize kitchen drawers with modern style and a splash of color. For more information on KMN Home, visit http://www.kmnhome.com.