Home automation makes vacant units look occupied
The goal is that your Orange County rental property will be occupied, but that won’t always be true. Nevertheless, you always want to give an impression that guests are there so your Airbnb isn’t a potential target for prowlers. Incorporating a security system with home automation gives you the chance to use smart light bulbs, motion sensors, and surveillance systems that make your lodging look lived-in.
You can put your plan in motion by setting some lights to come on at particular times of the evening. You will also want your cell phone app to notify you if your exterior cameras notice an intruder hiding in the dark or walking toward your primary entry. You have the opportunity to take advantage of the talk feature to make them aware that they’re being watched or set your lights to automatically illuminate when a surveillance device or motion detector uncovers suspicious activity.
Protect your Orange County Airbnb with 24/7 monitoring
Your renters will have more peace of mind if they are safeguarded from intruders, particularly when Orange County is somewhat unfamiliar. If a thief tries to break in, your security system will not only initiate the alarm siren but will also alert your 24/7 monitoring team. Even if you’re not available, assistance will be on its way. Your monitoring specialists can even act as your primary contact and communicate with you as soon as you're available.
In addition to intrusions, your monitoring hub can link to fire alarms, flood sensors, and carbon monoxide detectors. It can be upsetting for your visitor if a pipe bursts or a fire breaks out. Not only will you be sent a cell phone notification that a potentially dangerous event has taken place, but a representative will also coordinate assistance while you're en route.