San Diego Fire Alarms Work Harder Than Basic Smoke Detectors
When you integrate your fire alarms with your security system, fire detection becomes much more responsive. Basic smoke sensors only go off when smoke is prevalent. However, your San Diego fire alarms with ADT monitoring can detect the presence of heat and smoke. The fire alarm can alert your family of a possible fire sooner, which allows you to get to a safe place right away. Plus, your ADT monitoring system can instantly notify emergency services -- whether you’re home or not.
Have Monitored Detection For Other Emergencies
When upgrading your San Diego fire alarms, you may consider adding additional emergency detection to your alarm system:
Water and Carbon Monoxide Sensors: Prepare your home for other environmental hazards in San Diego. Carbon monoxide (CO) has been called “the silent killer” and is almost impossible to notice unless you have a CO monitor. Water sensors can notify you about water that’s leaking before your interior floods and sustains costly damage. In any case, your sensors in San Diego are ADT monitored to send alerts or contact emergency services when needed.
Temperature Detectors: A separate temperature sensor helps keep certain areas at specific temperatures to avoid emergencies. You can monitor temps to ensure that your pipes won’t freeze and receive alerts of temperature fluctuations to a few degrees. You can even check the precise temperature of your residence with the ADT Control web app.
Medical Emergency Systems: If you or a family member has a medical condition that requires 24/7 monitoring, you can get an alert system that connects to your ADT monitored system. Emergency button keychains and fall monitors may be helpful if a medical emergency happens in your home and the phone is far away.