For example, if you are at the office and someone approaches your front porch, your doorbell camera will detect the activity. This security component will automatically send a warning to your smartphone with video proof of your visitor. Use the integrated smartphone app and converse with whoever it may be through the 2-way audio capability, or have the front hall light illuminate, so it appears like your house is occupied. If a break-in actually happens, your home’s defense will automatically notify your around-the-clock monitoring specialists, and they'll rapidly call the police.
A security system defends against fire, floods, and carbon monoxide
Many different types of dangerous situations could happen at your residence. Fire, flood, and carbon monoxide generally come unexpectedly and grow rapidly. Connecting detectors to your security system gives your smoke, flood, and CO sensors the same level of integration as your other monitored devices.
When emergency strikes, your high-decibel siren will ring, alerting everyone in the residence to get out. You may also get an alert to your phone, which is especially advantageous when you're away at work. Your monitoring specialists will also be informed, so they can reach out to first responders while you find safety.