For instance, when you are at work and a stranger approaches your main entry, your smart doorbell will sense the activity. This security component will automatically send an update to your cell phone with video footage of your visitor. You may then access the security app on your phone and speak with the person at your door through the two-way talk capability, or have the front hall light illuminate, so it appears like your house is occupied. If an intrusion does take place, your system will immediately alert your 24-hour monitoring specialists, and they'll quickly call the police.
A security system defends against fires, flooding, and CO leaks
Many different types of dangerous situations may take place at your house. CO leaks, fires, and flooding typically arrive without warning and happen fast. Connecting detectors to your home security system provides your smoke alarms and other components the same functionality as your other monitored devices.
When a crisis occurs, your high-volume alarm will go off, signaling every person in the home to exit the premises. You can also have an alert sent to your smartphone, which is especially beneficial when you're not home. Your monitoring specialists will also be advised, so they can contact emergency services while you move to a safe location.