Your monitoring experts can aid in streamlining an emergency
An alarm will likely be confusing when they trigger -- particularly if they go off while you’re sleeping. But if you placed a monitored alarm system, You only have to worry about one thing: moving your loved ones to a safe place.
That's because your monitoring team also answers your activated sensors. In seconds, they will contact you to make sure you are safe and help assess the predicament. Then, they will call emergency services and get them to your location. Your monitoring team can even help walk you through your emergency if you need to know the next step.
Monitoring guards more than your security alarms
Your Dayton monitored alarm system guards more than an break-in. Your home security system can also act to fire, carbon monoxide, or floods with the added tech. By installing a monitored fire alarm or smoke detector, you can get emergency services to respond whether you're home or away. Your monitoring team can even react to health-related situations -- like chest pains or a slip -- with a monitored medical accessory.
Emergency services reach you quicker with a monitored alarm system
Vivint’s monitoring team will respond any activated alarm within seconds. They'll first call you to ensure that you're safe and then may organize emergency teams on your behalf. This streamlined approach is much quicker than contacting emergency dispatch yourself after you rounded up your loved ones and moved to safety. Seconds count in any emergency, and Vivint makes sure you get assistance fast!
Monitoring watches your home 24/7
Unfortunately, a high-decibel alarm sound doesn’t achieve much when you’re gone. However, your Vivint monitoring team is always on alert every hour of the day, every single week, all year long. They'll answer to any alert that you cannot and will also keep you connected every step of the way. It’s convenient when you're nearby and can rush home after getting a notification, but it's critical when you're out of town and can't quickly make it back to handle the situation.