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Level Home

Smart locks for the home

201-500 employees
  • B2C
  • Retail
  • B2B
  • Security
  • Home improvement
Centennial, Redwood City, CA

Company mission

To put people before technology and home before smart.

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10% employee growth in 12 months

Otta's take

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Sam Franklin

CEO of Otta

Level Home sets out to make home security easier than ever before with its multi-mode smart locks.

It offers two main selling points - versatility of use, and elegance of design. The product certainly is versatile, and can be operated by key, touch, code, voice, and app. Locks can be set to open and close at specific time, or you can send people one-off unlocks via the app. The products have been lauded for the design, too, with multiple award wins and gaining frequent comparisons to Apple.

The digital home security market they isn’t yet huge, but is developing quickly. And legacy players like Yale are modernising their offerings to adapt. But Level Home is steep ahead of those scrambling to catch up - its ability to integrate with Apple’s HomeKit and Ring doorbells makes it particularly attractive to customers, and its used impressive funding to acquire smart-home competitors like Dwelo.

Company values

  • We start with empathy, take new perspectives, and challenge existing standards
  • People are at the heart of what we do, and respecting their style, choices, and preferences is the first step to uncovering a thoughtful solution that truly improves their daily lives
  • We’re not just designing products for a house, we are designing them for the people who make it a home

Funding (2 rounds)

Nov 2021



Oct 2019




Total funding


Former Product Unit Manger at Microsoft, Director of Product Development at Starbucks, Senior Director of Engineering at Apple, and Co-founder & CTO of Tripshare.

Previously worked as Group Program Manager at NASA, Project unit Manager at Microsoft, Senior VP of Product at Loudeye, VP of Digital Music and Starbucks, VP of the App Division at Apple, and Senior VP of NSeries Devices at Nokia.

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