For instance, if you are at the office and a stranger comes on your door, your video doorbell will sense the activity. It will instantly dispatch a warning to your cell phone with a video clip of your visitor. You can then utilize your phone's security app and converse with the person at your door via the two-way talk functionality, or have the front hall light come on, so it appears like you're home. In the event a break-in actually happens, your system will automatically warn your around-the-clock monitoring team, and they'll rapidly summon law enforcement.
A security system defends against fires, flooding, and CO leaks
Various emergencies may take place at your house. Flooding, fire, and CO leaks usually come unexpectedly and happen fast. Linking detectors to your security system allows your smoke alarms and other components the same functionality as your monitored motion detectors.
When disaster hits, your high-decibel siren will ring, prompting every person in the house to exit the premises. You can even have a warning dispatched to your mobile device, which is particularly helpful when you're at the office. Your monitoring agents are also notified, so they can contact emergency services while you get your family to safety.