Smoke Alarms, Carbon Monoxide Sensors And More Home Safety Products In South Bend
South Bend Fire Alarms Go Beyond Basic Smoke Detectors
When you integrate your fire alarms with your home security system, fire detection becomes a lot more robust. Standard smoke detectors only alert you to an emergency when smoke is prevalent. However, your South Bend fire alarms with ADT monitoring can detect smoke and rising heat. The detector can alert your household of a possible fire faster, which allows you to get out of the house as quickly as possible. Your ADT monitoring system can also immediately warn emergency departments -- whether you’re home or not.
Get Monitored Detection For Different Emergencies
If you're upgrading your South Bend fire alarms, you can add other emergency monitoring to your home security system:
Water and Carbon Monoxide Sensors: Make sure you’re prepared for other possible emergencies in South Bend. Carbon monoxide (CO) is known as “the silent killer” and is almost impossible to sense unless you have an alarm. Water sensors can notify you about a leaky pipe or broken sump pump before your basement has two feet of water. In any case, your sensors in South Bend are ADT monitored to issue notifications or call emergency services when needed.
Temperature Detectors: Sometimes you want a stand-alone temperature sensor in places that require temperature control. For example, keep an eye on plumbing areas in the winter months to avoid frozen pipes due to temperature fluctuations around your home. You can even keep track of the precise temperature of your house with your ADT Control web app.
Medical Alert Systems: If you or a family member has a medical concern that needs constant monitoring, you can add an alert system that connects to your ADT monitored system. Emergency help keychains and fall detectors may be helpful if there’s a medical emergency in your home and the phone can’t be accessed.
Redundant Monitoring Is The Key To South Bend Fire Alarms
ADT monitoring stations are protected so that your home is still safe in the event that a station had an emergency. If a monitoring center goes down because of a power outage, fire, or flood, the next one will receive your home’s alerts. Feel confident knowing that your property is monitored by a real person day or night, 365 days a year.
Contact Us Today For South Bend Monitored Fire Alarms
To contact a security expert regarding your fire detection and safety questions, call (574) 241-6763 or fill out the form down below. After a quick conversation and a free quote, you can schedule your installation. You can even book a same-day or next-day appointment in most areas.