For example, in the event you are running errands or working and a person walks up to your door, your smart doorbell will discern the motion. It will instantly send an alert to your cell phone with a video clip of your visitor. Use the integrated smartphone app and speak with the person at your door by using the 2-way audio functionality, or have an interior light turn on, so it appears like you’re in the house. In the event an intrusion does take place, your home’s defense will instantly alert your 24-hour monitoring team, and they'll rapidly call the police.
A security system defends against fire, floods, and carbon monoxide
A wide range of emergencies may happen at your home. Fire, flood, and carbon monoxide typically come unexpectedly and escalate quickly. Connecting safety equipment to your security system gives your fire alarms and other sensors the same benefits as your home intrusion devices.
When disaster hits, your high-decibel siren will ring, prompting everyone in the house to exit the premises. You could even have a warning dispatched to your smartphone, which is especially beneficial when you're not home. Your monitoring specialists will also be informed, so they can contact emergency services while you find safety.