To illustrate, in the event you are at the office and a stranger comes on your front porch, your smart doorbell will detect the movement. The device will instantly dispatch an update to your cell phone with video footage of your guest. You may then access the security app on your phone and communicate with whoever it may be through the two-way talk capability, or have the front hall light turn on, so it looks like your house is occupied. In the event a break-in does take place, your home’s protection will instantly warn your around-the-clock monitoring specialists, and they'll rapidly summon law enforcement.
A security system offers protection from fires, flooding, and CO leaks
A wide range of emergencies could take place at your residence. Fire, flood, and carbon monoxide typically come unexpectedly and escalate quickly. Linking safety equipment to your home security system allows your smoke alarms and other components the same level of integration as your other monitored devices.
When disaster hits, your high-volume alarm will go off, prompting all occupants of the residence to get out. You may also get an alert to your smartphone, which is extremely helpful if you're not home. Your monitoring representatives are also advised, so they can reach out to first responders while you find safety.