State College Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Your State College CO detectors notify you the instant they sense rising carbon monoxide
Carbon monoxide can build up in your rooms, and you might not even realize it. Fortunately, your State College monitored carbon monoxide detector will alert you the instant it detects excess CO gas. Just like your monitored fire alarms, a high decibel alarm will sound once it senses excess levels of CO. It also sends a notification to your mobile device and your Vivint monitoring agents so you can quickly get your family out of the house as emergency services arrive.
How your State College monitored carbon monoxide detector protects your home
Without a carbon monoxide alarm, you might be unable to know there’s harmful CO leaks from your kitchen or heating system. Here’s how the detectors work:
Precision carbon monoxide sensors: Place carbon monoxide alarms in your kitchen, basement, or garage, or those areas you have natural gas as a power source.
Ultra-loud alarm bell: When the unit sees a dangerous build-up of CO, your units will alert the house with a ultra-loud bell.
Smartphone alerts with the Vivint App: Unfortunately, a carbon monoxide leak may not always hit when you’re home. When your CO alarm senses a leak, you should be sent a mobile notification.
Get assistance fast with round-the-clock monitoring: As your carbon monoxide detector is sounding the alert, your round-the-clock monitoring experts will spring into action and call the fire department. This allots you time to get your family and pets to a safe place as help arrives.
A robust smart home system uses State College CO detectors
Your CO detectors are just a part of a complete State Collegehome security system. If you pair CO protection to automation devices, you can:
Help disperse carbon monoxide gas out of the house by automatically turning on your smart thermostat’s ventilation fan.
Remotely deactivate your smart locks before you leave the house.
View your camera streams to double check that all family members and pets safely left the house.
Stay in constant connection with your Vivint monitoring experts by using the Vivint App.
Your smart home should have State College CO detectors
Let our Vivint agents customize the best smart home with carbon monoxide alarms. We’ll show you how our alarms, sensors, and home automation devices will help your family stay protected, with 24-hour monitoring services. Just call (814) 752-4276 or complete the form below today!