Fire Detectors, Carbon Monoxide Detectors And Additional Family Safety Products In Reno
Hooking up your Reno fire alarms to a home alarm system gives a lot of benefits over traditional fire detectors. After all, the quicker you can detect and stop a safety issue the more time you have to get your loved ones to a safe place.
Reno Fire Alarms Do More Than Simple Smoke Alarms
When you integrate your fire alarms with your security system, you make fire detection much more robust. Basic smoke detectors only sound a siren when they are overcome with smoke. However, your Reno fire alarms with ADT monitoring can sense the presence of heat and smoke. The detector can alert your family of a possible fire sooner, so everyone can get to a safe place as quickly as possible. Your ADT monitoring system can also promptly notify emergency services -- even if you’re away.
Have Monitored Detection For Other Emergencies
If you're upgrading your Reno fire alarms, you can add more emergency monitoring to your home’s security:
Flood and CO Detectors: Be prepared for other possible emergencies in Reno. Carbon monoxide (CO) is known as “the silent killer” and is nearly impossible to detect without an alarm. Water sensors can notify you about a leaky pipe or broken sump pump before your interior floods and sustains costly damage. Your sensors in Reno are ADT monitored to send out notifications or call the proper authorities.
Temperature Sensors: A stand-alone temperature sensor helps keep designated areas at monitored temperatures to prevent emergencies. For instance, put sensors around plumbing areas in the winter months to avoid frozen pipes due to temperature differences around your home. You can even check the precise temperature in your house with your ADT Control web app.
Medical Alert Systems: If a household member has a medical concern that requires 24/7 monitoring, you can consider adding a notification system that integrates with your ADT monitored security system. Emergency alert keychains and fall down detectors may be helpful when a medical emergency happens in your home and you can’t get to the phone.
Redundant Monitoring Is The Key To Reno Fire Alarms
ADT monitoring centers are protected so that your house is still safe in the event that there was an emergency at a station. If a center goes down because of a power outage, fire, or flood, the next available station will receive your home’s alerts. Rest assured in the knowledge that your property is backed by a real security specialist day or night, 365 days a year.
Call Today For Your Reno Monitored Fire Alarms
To talk to a home security professional regarding your fire and safety questions, call (775) 316-7001 or finish the form below. After a quick conversation and a free estimate, you can book your installation. You can even schedule a same-day or next-day appointment for most places.