For example, when you are at work and someone comes on your door, your doorbell camera will detect the activity. The device will immediately deliver an update to your phone with video footage of your visitor. You may then access the integrated smartphone app and converse with your guest via the two-way talk capability, or have an interior light turn on, so it appears like your house is occupied. In the event a break-in does take place, your home’s protection will immediately warn your around-the-clock monitoring agents, and they'll urgently call the police.
A security system defends against fire, floods, and carbon monoxide
Many different types of dangerous situations can happen at your home. Flooding, fire, and CO leaks generally come unexpectedly and happen fast. Connecting different safety sensors to your alarm system provides your smoke alarms and other components the same level of integration as your monitored motion detectors.
When emergency strikes, your alarm’s siren will go off, prompting every person in the home to leave. You can also get an alert to your phone, which is particularly helpful when you're at the office. Your monitoring specialists are also advised, so they can reach out to first responders while you move to a safe location.