Smart home technology makes vacant units look occupied
Of course, you hope that your Denver rental property will have guests, but that's not always true. However, you always want to give an impression that guests are there so your place isn’t a potential target for thieves. Implementing home automation into your property’s security gives you the chance to use smart lights, motion detection equipment, and surveillance systems that make your lodging seem lived-in.
Begin by scheduling your smart lights to switch on at specific hours of the night. Then, use your cell phone app to alert you if your video cameras notice an unwanted guest lurking in the dark or walking toward your primary entry. You then are able to take advantage of the 2-way talk feature to make them know they’re being watched or program your smart lights to automatically illuminate when a camera or motion detection equipment uncovers questionable movement.
Protect your Denver rental property with around-the-clock monitoring
Your renters will have more peace of mind if they have protection from criminals, especially when Denver is somewhat unfamiliar. In the event a thief attempts to invade your property, your security system will not only sound a siren but will also alert your around-the-clock monitoring team. Regardless of your location, emergency services will be dispatched. Your monitoring agents will even act as your authorized go-between and loop you in when you're able.
Along with break-ins, your monitoring hub can be linked to fire alarms, flood detectors, and carbon monoxide detectors. It would be understandably harrowing for your guest if a pipe bursts or a fire erupts. You will then receive a smartphone alert that an emergency has taken place, but a representative is also able to coordinate emergency services while you're on the way.