For instance, when you are at work and someone walks up to your door, your doorbell camera will discern the movement. The device will immediately send a warning to your smartphone with video footage of your guest. Use your phone's security app and communicate with the person at your door by using the two-way talk capability, or have connected smart lighting come on, so it appears like you’re in the house. If a break-in does take place, your home’s defense will instantly alert your 24-7 monitoring agents, and they'll rapidly call the police.
A security system offers protection from fire, floods, and carbon monoxide
Many different types of emergencies may take place at your home. Fire, flood, and carbon monoxide usually impact your home unnoticed and escalate quickly. Connecting detectors to your home security system provides your smoke alarms and other components the same benefits as your monitored motion detectors.
When disaster hits, your high-volume alarm will go off, signaling every person in the residence to exit the premises. You could even have a warning dispatched to your smartphone, which is extremely advantageous if you're not home. Your monitoring agents are also informed, so they can reach out to first responders while you move to a safe location.