Grand Rapids Fire Alarms Do More Than Standard Smoke Detectors
When you integrate your fire alarms with your security system, you make fire detection a lot more responsive. Ordinary smoke sensors only go off when there’s smoke. However, your Grand Rapids fire alarms with ADT monitoring can sense both smoke and heat. The fire alarm can alert your loved ones of a fire threat faster, which allows you to get out of the house right away. Plus, your ADT monitoring system can promptly alert emergency personnel -- whether you’re home or not.
Have Monitored Detection For Other Emergencies
If you're upgrading your Grand Rapids fire alarms, you may consider adding more emergency monitoring to your home’s security:
Water and Carbon Monoxide Sensors: Prepare your home for other environmental emergencies in Grand Rapids. Carbon monoxide (CO) is nicknamed “the silent killer” and is very difficult to sense without an alarm. Water sensors can alert you to water that’s leaking before your basement floods. In any case, your detectors in Grand Rapids are ADT monitored to send alerts or contact needed emergency personnel.
Temperature Sensors: A stand-alone temperature sensor helps keep certain rooms at specific temperatures to prevent emergencies. For instance, put sensors around plumbing areas during the winter season to prevent frozen pipes due to temperature fluctuations around your house. You can even check the exact current temperature of your home through your ADT Control mobile app.
Medical Emergency Systems: If anyone in your home has a medical concern that needs constant monitoring, you can consider adding a notification system that connects to your ADT monitored system. Emergency alert keychains and fall monitors can be essential if a medical emergency happens in your home and you can’t reach the phone.