Smart home technology makes vacant units look occupied
Of course, you hope that your St. George rental property will have guests, but that won’t always be possible. However, you always want to make it seem that people are present so your place isn’t a potential target for burglars. Implementing a security system with home automation gives you the chance to benefit from smart light bulbs, motion detection equipment, and security cameras that make your rental seem inhabited.
You can put your plan in motion by programming your smart lights to come on at specific hours of the day. Then, use your security smartphone app to warn you if your cameras spot someone hiding in the shadows or approaching the front door. You can employ the 2-way talk functionality to make them know they’re being watched or set your smart lights to instantly turn on when a surveillance device or motion detection equipment uncovers questionable movement.
Protect your St. George rental property with around-the-clock monitoring
Your occupants will have more peace of mind if they are safeguarded against burglars, especially when St. George is not familiar to them. In the event a thief tries to break in, your home security system will not only sound a siren but will also alert your 24-hour monitoring professionals. Now, no matter where you are, help will be forthcoming. Your monitoring experts will even act as your primary contact and patch you in whenever you're available.
In addition to home invasions, your monitoring team can be connected with fire alarms, flood sensors, and carbon monoxide detectors. It would be understandably distressing for your renter if a water heater springs a leak or something catches fire. You will then get a cell phone update that an emergency has happened, but a representative can also arrange for emergency services while you're in transit.