To illustrate, in the event you are at work and someone approaches your door, your video doorbell will sense the activity. This security component will instantly send an update to your phone with video proof of your visitor. You may then access your phone's security app and communicate with whoever it may be through the two-way talk capability, or have an interior light illuminate, so it seems like you’re in the house. If an intrusion does take place, your home’s protection will instantly notify your around-the-clock monitoring team, and they'll quickly summon law enforcement.
A security system defends against fire, floods, and carbon monoxide
A wide range of dangerous situations could take place at your house. CO leaks, fires, and flooding generally arrive without warning and happen fast. Pairing detectors to your security system allows your smoke, flood, and CO sensors the same level of integration as your monitored motion detectors.
When a crisis occurs, your high-volume alarm will ring, signaling all occupants of the house to get out. You can also have a warning dispatched to your smartphone, which is particularly beneficial if you're not home. Your monitoring specialists will also be informed, so they can reach out to first responders while you get your family to safety.