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Snap One acquires Clare Controls

August 15, 2022  By  SP&T Staff

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Snap One recently announced the acquisition of Clare Controls, maker of the ClareOne smart home and security system.

Snap One entered an exclusive distribution partnership with Clare Controls in 2019.

“ClareOne has become a favourite among our partners because it provides professionally monitored security alongside easy-to-implement smart home integrations,” said Mike Jordan, Snap One SVP of control and entertainment. “The combined capabilities allow safety-focused homeowners to dip their toes into smart living solutions and provide a clear upgrade pathway to build out a fully connected home through seamless integration with hundreds of devices, including the powerful Control4 system.”

“Clare Controls built ClareOne to bridge the gap between security and smart living, providing users and integrators with an adaptable, integrated solution, and we are thrilled to join the Snap One family of leading smart living and security solutions,”  added Clare Controls CEO and founder Brett Price.


Clare Controls also offers peripherals such as the new ClareVision line of security cameras that deliver  features such as motion detection and Starlight software for low light enhancement. According to the company, a flexible monthly fee structure lets Snap One partners differentiate their service with a recurring monthly revenue model, starting with fee-free smart home features and self- or professional-monitoring tiers.

“By occupying a unique space in the security and smart home market, ClareOne allows Partners to win business in the new construction market for production builders, MDU properties and the traditional smart home security monitoring space, including budget-conscious projects,” Jordan added. “Additionally, making ClareOne a permanent part of our product catalog complements the thousands of products available from Snap One and ensures we can continue to deliver profitable, effective solutions to Partners for every job and every project budget.”

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