Your monitoring professionals can aid in streamlining an emergency
An alarm will likely be troubling when they trip -- especially if they go off in the middle of the night. But if you have a monitored alarm system, you’re free to think about one action: moving your loved ones to safety.
This is because your monitoring expert also answers your triggered detectors. Within a minute, they will call you to ensure everyone is alright and help evaluate the situation. Then, they will contact emergency responders and send them to your home. Vivint’s monitoring agents can even help walk you through any situation and where to go.
Monitoring protects more than your security alarms
Your Fayetteville monitored alarm system protects more than an breach. Your security system can also act to fire, carbon monoxide, or water damage with the right components. By adding a monitored fire alarm or CO detector, you can have emergency responders to respond no matter if you're home or traveling. Your monitoring specialists can even answer to health-related concerns -- like chest pains or a collapse -- with a monitored medical accessory.
Emergency services reach you quicker with a monitored alarm system
A Vivint agent will react to any triggered alarm within seconds. They'll first reach you to make sure you're not harmed and then can coordinate emergency services on your behalf. This lightning-quick process is far easier than contacting emergency dispatch yourself after you reached your family and reached safety. Seconds matter in any emergency, and Vivint makes sure you get help as soon as possible!
Monitoring is vigilant of your home 24-hours a day
Unfortunately, a blaring alarm bell doesn’t matter much when you’re gone. However, your Vivint monitoring team is always on alert without rest. They'll react to any trigger that you are unable to and will also keep you connected every part of the process. That's nice when you're at work and can hurry home after seeing an alert, but it's vital when you're out of town and can't quickly get back to handle the situation.