Smart home technology makes available rentals appear occupied at all times
It's nice to think that your Helena rental property will have a steady flow of renters, but that won’t always be possible. Despite this fact, you should strive to make it appear that someone is home so your place isn’t an easy mark for burglars. Incorporating a security system with home automation affords you the opportunity to use smart lights, motion detection devices, and video cameras that make your home appear occupied.
Begin by scheduling some lights to come on at particular times of the night. Then, use your cell phone app to warn you if your exterior cameras detect an unwanted guest prowling in the shadows or walking toward your main entrance. You have the opportunity to use the talk capability to make them know they’re being watched or program your smart lights to automatically illuminate when a surveillance device or motion sensor uncovers suspicious activity.
Protect your Helena rental property with 24/7 monitoring
Your occupants will be more relaxed if they feel protected from burglars, specifically when Helena is unfamiliar territory. If a prowler makes an effort to gain entry, your home security system will not only sound a siren but will also ping your 24-hour monitoring professionals. Now, no matter where you are, emergency services will be forthcoming. Your monitoring agents will even act as your point person and communicate with you when you're available.
In addition to break-ins, your monitoring center can link to fire alarms, flood detectors, and carbon monoxide sensors. It is likely to be harrowing for your guest if a water heater springs a leak or a fire erupts. Not only will you be sent a cell phone update that an urgent situation has taken place, but a representative can also coordinate emergency services while you're en route.