Increase Pet Safety in Your Home
For many pet owners, furry friends are a part of the family, so keeping them safe while you’re away is really important! If you’re considering installing a security system, you probably want to increase the safety of your property and family, but don’t forget that your pets will benefit too. Below, we’ve listed out some of the most effective ways to increase pet safety in your home.
- Smoke Detector: If a fire ignites within your home while you’re away, your pet could be in serious danger. But, with an Allstar Alarm fire system, you can rest easy knowing that if the system detects smoke or flames; both you and the authorities will be notified immediately. That quick response time could make an enormous difference in the safety of your pet in the case of an house fire. It may also be beneficial to look into getting an environmental monitoring system for your home. Environmental monitoring sensors can detect dangerous elements in your home, such as carbon monoxide, a busted water pipe, drain overflow, and more.
- Home Automation: Did the outside temperature spike while you’re out and about? Do you need to stay late at work? No problem! With a Honeywell Total Connect System, you can control the temperature of your home and turn on the lights to make your pet feel more comfortable while you’re away.
- Security Cameras: Keep an eye on your cat or dog while you’re on vacation with security cameras from Allstar Alarm. Not only can a security camera help give you peace of mind that your pet is doing just fine while you’re gone, but it will also allow you to check in to make sure he or she is behaving. Similarly, if you have someone pet sitting for you, you can keep an eye on them to be sure they are taking care of your pet to your standards.
Reciprocate that unconditional love that you pet shows you every day! Increase pet safety in your home with an Allstar Alarm system today!
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