For example, in the event you are at work and a stranger comes on your main entry, your doorbell camera will detect the motion. This security component will instantly send a warning to your smartphone with video proof of your visitor. You may then access your phone's security app and converse with whoever it may be by using the two-way talk capability, or have an interior light illuminate, so it looks like you’re in the house. If a break-in does occur, your system will immediately notify your 24-7 monitoring team, and they'll quickly call the police.
A security system defends against fire, floods, and carbon monoxide
A wide range of urgent events can occur at your residence. Fire, flood, and carbon monoxide generally come unexpectedly and grow rapidly. Connecting safety equipment to your home security system gives your smoke alarms and other components the same functionality as your monitored motion detectors.
If disaster hits, your high-volume alarm will go off, prompting everyone in the residence to leave. You can even have a warning dispatched to your mobile device, which is particularly advantageous if you're at the office. Your monitoring agents will also be informed, so they can contact emergency services while you find safety.