Home automation makes vacant units appear to be inhabited
The goal is that your Minneapolis rental property will be occupied, but that won’t always be the case. However, you always want to make it seem that guests are there so your place isn’t a potential target for prowlers. Incorporating a security system that includes home automation allows you to take advantage of smart light bulbs, motion detection equipment, and security cameras that make your home look occupied.
Start by scheduling your smart lights to turn on at specified times of the night. You will also set your security smartphone app to alert you if your exterior cameras detect someone hiding in the shadows or coming to the front door. You then are able to take advantage of the 2-way talk functionality to make them know you can see them or arrange for your lights to automatically come on when a camera or motion sensor uncovers suspicious activity.
Protect your Minneapolis Airbnb with around-the-clock monitoring
Your renters can sleep easy if they have protection against intruders, specifically when Minneapolis is somewhat unfamiliar. When a thief makes an effort to break in, your security system will not only initiate the alarm siren but will also alert your around-the-clock monitoring team. Regardless of your location, assistance will be dispatched. Your monitoring experts can even act as your authorized go-between and patch you in whenever you're free.
In addition to break-ins, your monitoring center can be connected with fire alarms, flood detectors, and carbon monoxide sensors. It is likely to be harrowing for your renter if flooding occurs or something catches fire. You will then be sent a smartphone alert that a potentially dangerous event has taken place, but an agent can also authorize emergency services while you're on the way.