For example, when you are at the office and a person comes on your main entry, your smart doorbell will detect the activity. This security component will automatically dispatch a warning to your phone with a video clip of your visitor. You can then utilize the security app on your phone and communicate with your guest via the two-way talk capability, or have connected smart lighting turn on, so it looks like your house is occupied. When an invasion does occur, your system will instantly warn your 24-7 monitoring team, and they'll urgently contact the authorities.
A security system defends against fire, floods, and carbon monoxide
Various emergencies may take place at your house. CO leaks, fires, and flooding usually arrive without warning and happen fast. Connecting safety equipment to your alarm system gives your smoke alarms and other components the same level of integration as your home intrusion devices.
When a crisis occurs, your alarm’s siren will ring, alerting everyone in the house to exit the premises. You could also have an alert sent to your mobile device, which is especially beneficial when you're at the office. Your monitoring specialists will also be informed, so they can contact emergency services while you find safety.