Scranton Fire Alarms Work Harder Than Simple Smoke Detectors
When you integrate your fire alarms with your security system, fire detection becomes much more powerful. Ordinary smoke detectors only go off when smoke is prevalent. However, your Scranton fire alarms with ADT monitoring detect the presence of heat and smoke. The fire alarm can warn your household of a possible fire faster, which allows you to get out of the house as quickly as possible. Your ADT monitoring system can also immediately warn emergency departments -- even when you’re not home.
Home Monitoring For Other Emergencies
When upgrading your Scranton fire alarms, you can add more emergency sensors to your home’s security:
Flood and CO Detectors: Prepare your home for other possible emergencies in Scranton. Carbon monoxide (CO) is known as “the silent killer” and is nearly impossible to notice unless you have a sensor. Flood sensors can alert you to a leaky pipe or broken sump pump before your interior floods and sustains costly damage. In any case, your environmental alarms in Scranton are ADT monitored to issue notifications or call the proper authorities.
Temperature Detectors: Sometimes you need a separate temperature sensor in places that need temperature control. For example, put sensors around plumbing areas in the winter months to prevent frozen pipes due to temperature changes around your house. You can also check the exact temperature in your home with your ADT Control mobile app.
Medical Alert Systems: If you or a family member has a medical concern that requires continuous monitoring, you can get a notification system that plugs in to your ADT monitored security system. Emergency button keychains and fall monitors may be helpful when there’s a medical emergency in your residence and you can’t reach the phone.