To illustrate, if you are at the office and a person comes on your main entry, your doorbell camera will sense the activity. It will instantly deliver a warning to your phone with a video clip of your guest. Use the security app on your phone and speak with whoever it may be through the 2-way audio capability, or have the front hall light come on, so it appears like your house is occupied. When an intrusion actually happens, your home’s protection will immediately notify your around-the-clock monitoring team, and they'll quickly summon law enforcement.
A security system defends against flooding, CO, and fires
Many different types of dangerous situations could happen at your house. Fire, flood, and carbon monoxide generally come unexpectedly and escalate quickly. Linking different safety sensors to your home security system gives your smoke, flood, and CO sensors the same benefits as your other monitored devices.
When emergency strikes, your high-decibel siren will ring, signaling everyone in the residence to get out. You could also get an alert to your mobile device, which is extremely beneficial if you're not home. Your monitoring specialists will also be informed, so they can contact emergency services while you find safety.