For instance, if you are at work and someone approaches your main entry, your smart doorbell will sense the activity. The device will instantly send a warning to your smartphone with a video clip of your guest. You may then access your phone's security app and communicate with whoever it may be via the 2-way audio feature, or have the front hall light turn on, so it seems like you're home. In the event an invasion actually happens, your system will automatically notify your around-the-clock monitoring specialists, and they'll rapidly contact the authorities.
A security system offers protection from flooding, CO, and fires
A wide range of urgent events could take place at your house. Flooding, fire, and CO leaks generally impact your home unnoticed and grow rapidly. Linking detectors to your home security system gives your smoke, flood, and CO sensors the same benefits as your home intrusion devices.
When emergency strikes, your high-volume alarm will go off, signaling all occupants of the home to leave. You may also have an alert sent to your smartphone, which is extremely advantageous when you're not home. Your monitoring agents will also be notified, so they can reach out to first responders while you find safety.