Smart home technology makes available rentals appear to be inhabited
The goal is that your Dayton rental property will have a steady flow of renters, but that isn’t likely to always be possible. However, you always want to give an impression that someone is home so your place isn’t a potential target for thieves. Installing a security system with home automation affords you the opportunity to use smart lights, motion sensors, and video cameras that make your rental look inhabited.
You can put your plan in motion by scheduling some lights to come on at specified times of the day. You will also want your security smartphone app to warn you if your video cameras detect an intruder lurking around your perimeter or walking toward the front door. You have the opportunity to employ the two-way audio capability so they know they’re being watched or program your lights to automatically illuminate when a camera or motion detection equipment discerns suspicious activity.
Protect your Dayton rental property with 24-hour monitoring
Your renters can sleep easy if they feel protected against burglars, specifically when Dayton is unfamiliar territory. In the event a thief tries to gain entry, your security system will not only sound a siren but will also ping your 24/7 monitoring team. Now, no matter where you are, assistance will be forthcoming. Your monitoring experts will even act as your point person and patch you in whenever you're free.
Along with break-ins, your monitoring team can be connected with fire alarms, water sensors, and carbon monoxide detectors. It is likely to be upsetting for your visitor if flooding occurs or a fire erupts. You will then get a phone notification that an emergency has happened, but a representative can also authorize help from emergency personnel while you're on the way.