Your monitoring professionals can help streamline an emergency
An alarm can be troubling when they trip -- particularly if they sound off while you’re sleeping. But if you placed a monitored alarm system, you’re free to think about one action: getting your loved ones to safety.
This is because your monitoring team also answers your tripped sensors. Within a minute, they will call you to make sure everyone is secure and help evaluate the predicament. Then, they will contact emergency departments and get them to your home. They can even help talk you through your emergency and the next step.
Monitoring guards more than your security alarms
Your Montgomery monitored alarm system covers more than an break-in. Your home security system may also respond to fire, carbon monoxide, or water damage with the added devices. By placing a monitored fire alarm or CO detector, you can get emergency responders to react whether you're home or traveling. Your monitoring professionals can even react to health-related emergencies -- like shortness of breath or a collapse -- with a monitored medical pendant.
Emergency services come faster with a monitored alarm system
Vivint’s monitoring team will answer any activated alarm within moments. They'll first reach you to ensure that you're out of harm’s way and then can organize emergency services on your behalf. This streamlined method is much quicker than contacting emergency dispatch yourself after you reached your loved ones and reached safety. Seconds in any emergency, and Vivint makes sure you get help fast!
Monitoring is vigilant of your home 24-hours a day
Unfortunately, a high-decibel alarm sound doesn’t matter much when you’re not home. However, your Vivint monitoring team remains on alert 24 hours a day, seven days a week, all year long. They'll answer to any alert that you cannot and will also keep you up-to-date every step of the way. It’s easier when you're flexible and can rush home after receiving an alert, but it's critical when you're out of town and can't quickly make it back to take care of the situation.