A Temperature Detection System Alerts You to Dangerous Conditions, Saving Your House and Bottom Line
When it comes to peace of mind, a security system goes a long way in helping. You can rest assured that the people and property in your life are safe from intrusion. Threats can come from some unexpected places – electrical fires from improper connections and carbon monoxide leaks are just a few examples.
The weather can be dangerous to you, your family, and your property as well. Installing a temperature detection system allows you to be alerted to potential issues and take action before they become a problem.
Are you looking to prevent damage to your home from weather extremes? Read more below to find out how we can help.
Winters can be harsh on your home and everyday lifestyle. The breezes that bring comfort and relief at the beach in summer cause sub-zero wind chills in the winter. As we are surrounded by water, stuck out into the ocean, storms and flooding are a dangerous combination.
Our home HVAC systems keep us warm and cozy while maintaining the perfect environment in your wine cellar and protecting works of art. The bitter temperatures and rough weather can cause power outages, which leads to loss of heating and severe consequences for your home.
It is estimated that burst pipes affect over 250,000 US homes a year, causing approximately 1.4 billion dollars in insurance costs each year. Water causes extensive damage not just to electronics, furniture, and rugs but to the structure of your home as well. Prevention and early warning of potentially dangerous conditions are vital.
Detection Equals Protection
A temperature detection system monitors the ambient conditions in your home, triggering when conditions exceed set levels. The units are tied into your security system, providing you instant alerts through mobile texts and email. Having advanced knowledge of potential issues allows you to call in tradespeople to rectify the situation. What about when you’re not home or are away on vacation? Total Connect 2.0 access provides you remote access, with unlocking doors where needed, controlling access, and monitoring the work on camera.
Any alert from your temperature, fire, or carbon monoxide detection system is sent to our 5-Diamond certified central station, initiating the appropriate response. The Monitoring Association (TMA) is an internationally recognized trade organization that holds members to the highest technical knowledge and client support standards. Whether you are home or away, we are committed to protecting the people and property you care about.
Are you ready to protect your home from damaging temperature fluctuations? Contact us today for a no-obligation consultation, and we’ll help you discover some options to give you reliable, accessible care. Our team looks forward to talking with you.