Smart home technology makes empty properties appear to be inhabited
The goal is that your St. Paul rental property will have a steady flow of renters, but that isn’t likely to always be true. Nevertheless, you need to make it seem that guests are there so your rental isn’t targeted by thieves. Incorporating home automation into your property’s security allows you to use smart lights, motion detection devices, and security cameras that make your home seem occupied.
Begin by setting some lights to turn on at particular times of the night. Then, use your cell phone app to warn you if your cameras detect someone prowling in the dark or approaching the front door. You can use the two-way audio functionality to make them aware that you're watching or arrange for your smart lights to automatically come on when a surveillance device or motion sensor discerns something unusual.
Protect your St. Paul Airbnb with around-the-clock monitoring
Your renters will have more peace of mind if they feel protected against burglars, specifically when St. Paul is not familiar to them. When a robber makes an effort to gain entry, your home security system will not only sound a siren but will also notify your 24-hour monitoring agents. Even if you’re not available, assistance will be forthcoming. Your monitoring agents can even act as your primary contact and communicate with you when you're free.
In addition to intrusions, your monitoring team can be linked to fire alarms, flood sensors, and CO detectors. It would be understandably upsetting for your visitor if a water heater springs a leak or a fire erupts. Not only will you receive a cell phone update that an urgent situation has happened, but an agent is also able to coordinate help from emergency personnel while you're on the way.