For instance, in the event you are at the office and a person walks up to your front porch, your video doorbell will sense the motion. This security component will automatically dispatch an alert to your phone with video footage of your guest. You may then access the security app on your phone and communicate with whoever it may be via the two-way talk feature, or have an interior light illuminate, so it seems like you’re in the house. When a break-in actually happens, your home’s defense will automatically warn your 24-7 monitoring agents, and they'll urgently summon law enforcement.
A security system defends against fires, flooding, and CO leaks
Various emergencies can happen at your house. Fire, flood, and carbon monoxide typically arrive without warning and escalate quickly. Linking different safety sensors to your security system allows your smoke alarms and other components the same level of integration as your home intrusion devices.
If emergency strikes, your alarm’s siren will go off, prompting everyone in the house to get out. You could also have an alert sent to your smartphone, which is particularly advantageous when you're not home. Your monitoring specialists will also be advised, so they can reach out to first responders while you move to a safe location.