For instance, if you are running errands or working and a stranger comes on your door, your doorbell camera will sense the motion. The device will immediately dispatch a warning to your cell phone with video proof of your visitor. You may then access the integrated smartphone app and converse with your guest through the 2-way audio feature, or have an interior light turn on, so it looks like your house is occupied. In the event a break-in actually happens, your system will instantly notify your around-the-clock monitoring agents, and they'll urgently call the police.
A security system can protect you from flooding, CO, and fires
Many different types of emergencies may happen at your house. Flooding, fire, and CO leaks generally impact your home unnoticed and happen fast. Linking safety equipment to your alarm system allows your fire alarms and other sensors the same functionality as your other monitored devices.
When disaster hits, your high-volume alarm will go off, alerting all occupants of the residence to get out. You could also get an alert to your smartphone, which is extremely advantageous if you're not home. Your monitoring agents are also informed, so they can reach out to first responders while you find safety.