Your monitoring team can help streamline an emergency
An alarm may be disorienting when they trip -- particularly if they go off when you’re asleep. But if you installed a monitored alarm system, You only have to worry about one event: moving your family to safety.
That's because your monitoring expert also responds to your activated alarms. In seconds, they will contact you to make certain that everyone is safe and help evaluate the situation. Then, they will call emergency services and direct them to you. Vivint’s monitoring agents will even help guide you through any situation and where to go.
Monitoring secures more than your home security system
Your Evanston monitored alarm system protects more than an breach. Your smart home might act to fire, carbon monoxide, or excessive water with the right tech. By installing a monitored fire alarm or smoke detector, you can get emergency teams to respond no matter if you're home or traveling. Your monitoring team can even answer to health-related situations -- like chest pains or a collapse -- with a monitored medical pendant.
Emergency services arrive in less time with a monitored alarm system
Your monitoring team will answer any activated alarm in a matter of seconds. They'll first reach you to ensure that you're not harmed and then will summon emergency teams on your behalf. This sleek process is far quicker than calling the authorities yourself after you reached your family and reached safety. Seconds count in home security, and Vivint makes sure you get assistance fast!
Monitoring watches your home 24-hours a day
Unfortunately, a blaring alarm sound doesn’t matter much when you’re away from home. However, your Vivint monitoring team is always on alert 24 hours a day, every single week, all year long. They'll answer to any trigger that you are unable to and will also keep you connected every part of the process. That's nice when you're flexible and can speed home after getting a text notification, but it's essential when you're traveling and can't quickly get back to handle the situation.