Denver Fire Alarms Work Harder Than Simple Smoke Alarms
When you integrate your fire alarms with your home security system, you make fire detection much more responsive. Ordinary smoke sensors only sound a siren when smoke is prevalent. However, your Denver fire alarms with ADT monitoring detect both smoke and heat. The detector can alert your loved ones of a possible fire faster, so everyone can get to a safe place as quickly as possible. Your ADT monitoring system can also immediately notify emergency personnel -- even if you’re away.
Have Monitored Detection For Different Emergencies
When upgrading your Denver fire alarms, you may consider adding more emergency sensors to your home’s security:
Flood and CO Detectors: Make sure you’re prepared for other possible emergencies in Denver. CO has been called “the silent killer” and is very difficult to sense without a CO monitor. Flood sensors can alert you to a leaky pipe or broken sump pump before your basement has two feet of water. Your detectors in Denver are ADT monitored to send out notifications or call needed emergency personnel.
Temperature Detectors: Sometimes you need a stand-alone temperature sensor in areas that require temperature control. For example, monitor plumbing areas in the winter to prevent frozen pipes due to temperature fluctuations around your house. You can also monitor the precise temperature of your house with your ADT Control web app.
Medical Emergency Systems: If anyone in your home has a medical concern that requires continuous monitoring, you might want to add an alert system that integrates with your ADT monitored system. Emergency alert keychains and fall down monitors can be essential when a medical emergency occurs in your home and you can’t reach the phone.