Home automation makes empty properties look occupied
It's nice to think that your College Station rental property will have a steady flow of renters, but that's not always the case. Despite this fact, you always want to give an impression that guests are there so your place isn’t an easy mark for thieves. Incorporating a security system with home automation affords you the opportunity to benefit from smart light bulbs, motion sensors, and surveillance systems that make your lodging appear inhabited.
Begin by programming your smart lights to come on at particular times of the day. You will also want your security smartphone app to alert you if your cameras detect an intruder hiding around your perimeter or walking toward your primary entry. You have the opportunity to employ the talk feature so they know they’re being watched or program your smart lights to instantly turn on when a surveillance device or motion detector uncovers something unusual.
Protect your College Station Airbnb with 24/7 monitoring
Your renters will be more relaxed if they are safeguarded from burglars, especially when College Station is unfamiliar territory. When a thief attempts to invade your property, your security system will not only sound a siren but will also alert your 24/7 monitoring team. Even if you’re not available, help will be forthcoming. Your monitoring agents are capable of acting as your primary contact and communicate with you when you're able.
Along with break-ins, your monitoring center can be linked to fire alarms, water sensors, and carbon monoxide detectors. It would be understandably upsetting for your renter if flooding occurs or something catches fire. You not only will get a smartphone notification that an urgent situation has occurred, but the monitoring agent will also arrange for help from emergency personnel while you're en route.