Your monitoring team can aid in streamlining an emergency
An alarm can be disorienting when they sound off -- especially if they sound off while you’re sleeping. But if you have a monitored alarm system, you only have to think about one action: moving your loved ones to out of harm’s way.
That's because your monitoring team also reacts to your activated sensors. In seconds, they will reach out to you to make sure you and your family are safe and help assess the situation. Then, they will contact emergency responders and direct them to your home. Your monitoring team will even help guide you through your crisis if you need to know what to do.
Monitoring protects more than your motion detectors
Your Monroe monitored alarm system guards more than an breach. Your home security system can also react to fire, carbon monoxide, or water damage with the proper components. By installing a monitored fire alarm or smoke detector, you can get emergency services to respond whether you're home or traveling. Your monitoring team can even react to health-related situations -- like pains in the chest or a sudden fall -- with a monitored medical pendant.
Emergency services arrive quicker with a monitored alarm system
Your monitoring team will answer any triggered alarm in mere moments. They'll first call you to be sure you're not harmed and then will coordinate emergency services on your behalf. This streamlined process is significantly easier than calling the authorities yourself after you reached your family members and moved to safety. Seconds in home security, and Vivint ensures you get assistance quickly!
Monitoring is vigilant of your home round-the-clock
Unfortunately, a loud alarm sound doesn’t do much when you’re away from home. However, your Vivint monitoring team stays on alert 24/7. They'll answer to any alert that you can't and will also keep you in-the-know every step of the way. It’s easier when you're flexible and can hurry home after getting a notification, but it's vital when you're traveling and are unable get back to handle the situation.