To illustrate, if you are at the office and a person walks up to your door, your video doorbell will detect the motion. It will immediately send an alert to your smartphone with video proof of your visitor. You can then utilize your phone's security app and converse with whoever it may be via the 2-way audio feature, or have an interior light turn on, so it looks like your house is occupied. When an invasion does occur, your system will instantly alert your 24-7 monitoring agents, and they'll quickly contact the authorities.
A security system can protect you from fire, floods, and carbon monoxide
Many different types of emergencies can occur at your residence. CO leaks, fires, and flooding typically arrive without warning and grow rapidly. Linking safety equipment to your home security system gives your smoke, flood, and CO sensors the same level of integration as your home intrusion devices.
If disaster hits, your high-decibel siren will sound, prompting every person in the house to get out. You can even have a warning dispatched to your phone, which is especially beneficial if you're away at work. Your monitoring representatives are also advised, so they can contact emergency services while you find safety.