For example, in the event you are at work and a stranger comes on your front porch, your video doorbell will discern the activity. The device will instantly send a warning to your phone with video footage of your guest. Use the security app on your phone and speak with your guest via the two-way talk feature, or have the front hall light come on, so it looks like you're home. If an invasion actually happens, your system will instantly alert your 24-7 monitoring team, and they'll quickly contact the authorities.
A security system defends against flooding, CO, and fires
Many different types of emergencies can happen at your home. Fire, flood, and carbon monoxide generally come unexpectedly and happen fast. Connecting safety equipment to your alarm system allows your smoke, flood, and CO sensors the same level of integration as your other monitored devices.
If disaster hits, your high-decibel siren will go off, prompting everyone in the home to leave. You could even have a warning dispatched to your phone, which is particularly helpful if you're away at work. Your monitoring agents will also be advised, so they can contact emergency services while you move to a safe location.