A smart security system makes vacant units appear to be inhabited
The goal is that your Greenville rental property will be occupied, but that won’t always be true. Despite this fact, you always want to give an impression that someone is home so your Airbnb isn’t an easy mark for thieves. Implementing home automation into your property’s security gives you the chance to use smart light bulbs, motion detection devices, and video cameras that make your rental seem lived-in.
Start by programming your smart lighting to come on at specific hours of the day. Then, use your cell phone app to alert you if your video cameras spot someone prowling around your perimeter or approaching your primary entry. You have the opportunity to take advantage of the two-way audio functionality to make them know you're watching or set your lighting to automatically come on when a camera or motion sensor uncovers something unusual.
Protect your Greenville Airbnb with 24-hour monitoring
Your occupants can sleep easy if they feel protected against burglars, particularly when Greenville is not familiar to them. If a robber tries to gain entry, your home alarm system will not only initiate the alarm siren but will also notify your 24/7 monitoring professionals. Even if you’re not available, help will be on its way. Your monitoring experts are capable of acting as your primary contact and loop you in when you're available.
In addition to break-ins, your monitoring hub can be connected with fire alarms, flood sensors, and carbon monoxide detectors. It is likely to be harrowing for your visitor if flooding occurs or something catches fire. Not only will you be sent a phone update that a potentially dangerous event has occurred, but the monitoring agent is also able to coordinate help from emergency personnel while you're on the way.