Your monitoring professionals can aid in streamlining an emergency
An alarm will likely be troubling when they sound off -- even moreso if they go off while you’re sleeping. But if you installed a monitored alarm system, you only have to think about one action: getting your family to out of harm’s way.
That's because your monitoring professional also reacts to your tripped detectors. In seconds, they will reach out to you to make sure everyone is alright and help evaluate the predicament. Then, they will call emergency responders and send them to you. Your monitoring team can even help guide you through your emergency if you need to know where to go.
Monitoring guards more than your motion detectors
Your Saginaw monitored alarm system protects more than an breach. Your smart home can also act to fire, carbon monoxide, or water damage with the added devices. By installing a monitored fire alarm or CO detector, you can receive emergency responders to react whether you're home or traveling. Your monitoring professionals can even respond to health-related concerns -- like shortness of breath or a slip -- with a monitored medical accessory.
Emergency services arrive faster with a monitored alarm system
A Vivint agent will respond any tripped alarm in a matter of seconds. They'll first call you to ensure that you're safe and then will summon emergency teams on your behalf. This streamlined method is significantly faster than contacting emergency dispatch yourself after you rounded up your family members and reached safety. Seconds count in home security, and Vivint ensures you get help fast!
Monitoring watches your home 24/7
Unfortunately, a high-decibel alarm bell doesn’t achieve much when you’re not home. However, your Vivint monitoring team is always on alert without rest. They'll respond to any alert that you can't and will also keep you up-to-date every part of the process. That's nice when you're at work and can speed home after receiving a notification, but it's essential when you're unavailable and simply cannot get back to handle the situation.