Your monitoring professionals can help streamline an emergency
An alarm can be troubling when they sound off -- particularly if they go off when you’re asleep. But if you have a monitored alarm system, you’re free to think about one thing: moving your family to a safe place.
That's because your monitoring team also answers your triggered detectors. In seconds, they will call you to ensure you are secure and help evaluate the predicament. Then, they will get emergency departments and send them to your location. Your monitoring team can even help talk you through an crisis if you need to know the next step.
Monitoring protects more than your security alarms
Your Salt Lake City monitored alarm system covers more than an break-in. Your security system might respond to fire, carbon monoxide, or water damage with the right components. By adding a monitored fire alarm or CO detector, you can receive emergency responders to answer regardless of if you're home or away. Your monitoring professionals can even answer to health-related situations -- like shortness of breath or a collapse -- with a monitored medical accessory.
Emergency services come quicker with a monitored alarm system
Vivint’s monitoring team will react to any activated alarm in a matter of seconds. They'll first call you to ensure that you're not harmed and then can summon emergency teams on your behalf. This streamlined method is significantly easier than contacting emergency dispatch yourself after you reached your family members and reached safety. Seconds matter in home security, and Vivint ensures you get assistance fast!
Monitoring keeps an eye on your home 24-hours a day
Unfortunately, a high-decibel alarm tone doesn’t matter much when you’re gone. However, your Vivint monitoring team stays on alert 24 hours a day, every single week, all year long. They'll react to any alarm that you are unable to and will also keep you in-the-know every step of the way. That's nice when you're nearby and can rush home after seeing a notification, but it's essential when you're traveling and are unable make it back to take care of the situation.