For instance, in the event you are at the office and a stranger comes on your main entry, your doorbell camera will detect the movement. The device will automatically dispatch a warning to your cell phone with a video clip of your guest. You can then utilize the security app on your phone and speak with the person at your door by using the two-way talk functionality, or have connected smart lighting come on, so it appears like your house is occupied. In the event a break-in does occur, your home’s defense will immediately alert your around-the-clock monitoring specialists, and they'll rapidly call the police.
A security system can protect you from fires, flooding, and CO leaks
Many different types of emergencies can take place at your home. Flooding, fire, and CO leaks typically come unexpectedly and happen fast. Linking different safety sensors to your security system gives your fire alarms and other sensors the same level of integration as your monitored motion detectors.
When disaster hits, your high-volume alarm will sound, alerting all occupants of the house to exit the premises. You could even get an alert to your mobile device, which is particularly beneficial if you're at the office. Your monitoring agents will also be notified, so they can get emergency services to your door while you get your family to safety.