For instance, in the event you are at work and a stranger walks up to your front porch, your doorbell camera will sense the activity. It will instantly send an update to your smartphone with a video clip of your visitor. You can then utilize the security app on your phone and converse with the person at your door by using the 2-way audio capability, or have connected smart lighting illuminate, so it appears like you're home. When an invasion actually happens, your home’s protection will instantly warn your around-the-clock monitoring agents, and they'll rapidly summon law enforcement.
A security system can protect you from fire, floods, and carbon monoxide
Various dangerous situations could occur at your home. Fire, flood, and carbon monoxide typically come unexpectedly and grow rapidly. Connecting different safety sensors to your security system provides your smoke alarms and other components the same level of integration as your monitored motion detectors.
When disaster hits, your high-decibel siren will sound, alerting everyone in the house to get out. You can also have an alert sent to your phone, which is especially helpful if you're away at work. Your monitoring representatives will also be notified, so they can reach out to first responders while you find safety.