Home automation makes vacant units appear occupied at all times
Of course, you hope that your Philadelphia rental property will have guests, but that won’t always be the case. Despite this fact, you always want to give an impression that guests are there so your Airbnb isn’t a potential target for prowlers. Incorporating home automation into your property’s security allows you to use smart lighting, motion detection equipment, and security cameras that make your rental appear occupied.
Begin by programming your smart lights to come on at specified times of the day. Then, use your security app to notify you if your video cameras spot an intruder hiding around your perimeter or walking toward your main entrance. You can take advantage of the two-way audio capability so they know you're watching or set your smart lights to instantly turn on when a surveillance device or motion detection equipment identifies suspicious activity.
Protect your Philadelphia rental property with around-the-clock monitoring
Your occupants can sleep easy if they are safeguarded against criminals, particularly when Philadelphia is somewhat unfamiliar. If a robber makes an effort to invade your property, your security system will not only sound a siren but will also ping your 24/7 monitoring agents. Even if you’re not available, help will be forthcoming. Your monitoring experts are capable of acting as your authorized go-between and loop you in as soon as you're available.
Along with home invasions, your monitoring center can link to fire alarms, flood detectors, and carbon monoxide detectors. It can be distressing for your renter if a pipe bursts or a fire breaks out. You will then receive a cell phone alert that an emergency has occurred, but an agent will also authorize help from emergency personnel while you're in transit.