A smart security system makes empty properties appear occupied at all times
Of course, you hope that your Reno rental property will have guests, but that's not always the case. Nevertheless, you need to make it appear that people are present so your rental isn’t a potential target for prowlers. Incorporating home automation into your property’s security affords you the opportunity to use smart lights, motion sensors, and surveillance systems that make your lodging seem lived-in.
Start by programming some lights to come on at specified times of the day. You will also set your cell phone app to warn you if your cameras detect an intruder hiding in the dark or approaching the front door. You then are able to use the two-way audio capability to make them aware that you can see them or set your lighting to instantly turn on when a surveillance device or motion sensor identifies something unusual.
Protect your Reno rental property with 24/7 monitoring
Your renters will have more peace of mind if they have protection from intruders, especially when Reno is unfamiliar territory. When a prowler tries to break in, your home alarm system will not only sound a siren but will also notify your 24/7 monitoring agents. Even if you’re not available, emergency services will be forthcoming. Your monitoring agents are capable of acting as your point person and communicate with you as soon as you're available.
Along with intrusions, your monitoring team can link to fire alarms, water sensors, and carbon monoxide sensors. It is likely to be distressing for your guest if flooding occurs or something catches fire. You will then receive a smartphone notification that an emergency has taken place, but a representative can also authorize help from emergency personnel while you're en route.