Home automation makes empty properties look occupied
Of course, you hope that your Tyler rental property will be occupied, but that's not always true. Nevertheless, you should strive to make it seem that guests are there so your Airbnb isn’t targeted by burglars. Implementing a security system that includes home automation allows you to use smart lighting, motion detection devices, and security cameras that make your lodging look inhabited.
Begin by setting some lights to switch on at specified times of the night. Then, use your cell phone app to alert you if your cameras detect someone prowling in the dark or walking toward your primary entry. You have the opportunity to employ the 2-way talk capability so they know they’re being watched or program your smart lights to instantly turn on when a surveillance device or motion detector discerns questionable movement.
Protect your Tyler rental property with 24-hour monitoring
Your renters will have more peace of mind if they have protection from criminals, specifically when Tyler is unfamiliar territory. If a thief attempts to gain entry, your security system will not only initiate the alarm siren but will also alert your around-the-clock monitoring team. Even if you’re not available, emergency services will be dispatched. Your monitoring agents can even act as your primary contact and patch you in whenever you're able.
Besides home invasions, your monitoring hub can be linked to fire alarms, flood sensors, and CO detectors. It can be upsetting for your renter if flooding occurs or a fire breaks out. You not only will receive a cell phone update that an emergency has happened, but the monitoring agent is also able to authorize assistance while you're on the way.