For example, when you are at the office and a stranger approaches your front porch, your doorbell camera will detect the motion. This security component will immediately deliver a warning to your phone with video footage of your guest. You may then access the security app on your phone and speak with your guest via the two-way talk feature, or have an interior light illuminate, so it looks like you’re in the house. In the event a break-in actually happens, your system will immediately notify your 24-hour monitoring agents, and they'll rapidly summon law enforcement.
A security system can protect you from fire, floods, and carbon monoxide
A wide range of dangerous situations can take place at your residence. CO leaks, fires, and flooding generally impact your home unnoticed and grow rapidly. Linking different safety sensors to your security system allows your fire alarms and other sensors the same level of integration as your home intrusion devices.
If emergency strikes, your high-volume alarm will sound, prompting all occupants of the house to exit the premises. You could also get an alert to your phone, which is especially helpful if you're not home. Your monitoring representatives are also notified, so they can contact emergency services while you get your family to safety.