Smart home technology makes empty properties appear to be inhabited
The goal is that your Cincinnati rental property will have a steady flow of renters, but that's not always the case. Despite this fact, you always want to make it appear that someone is home so your Airbnb isn’t an easy mark for thieves. Incorporating a security system with home automation gives you the chance to use smart light bulbs, motion sensors, and surveillance systems that make your home appear occupied.
You can put your plan in motion by scheduling some lights to come on at particular times of the evening. You will also want your security smartphone app to warn you if your exterior cameras notice an unwanted guest prowling in the dark or approaching your primary entry. You can use the 2-way talk functionality to make them aware that you can see them or arrange for your lights to instantly turn on when a surveillance device or motion detector uncovers something unusual.
Protect your Cincinnati Airbnb with around-the-clock monitoring
Your renters will be more relaxed if they are safeguarded from burglars, specifically when Cincinnati is somewhat unfamiliar. If a robber tries to invade your property, your security system will not only initiate the alarm siren but will also ping your 24/7 monitoring professionals. Even if you’re not available, assistance will be on its way. Your monitoring specialists can even act as your primary contact and patch you in as soon as you're able.
Besides intrusions, your monitoring center can link to fire alarms, flood sensors, and carbon monoxide detectors. It can be distressing for your visitor if a water heater springs a leak or something catches fire. You not only will be sent a smartphone alert that a potentially dangerous event has taken place, but the monitoring agent will also coordinate help from emergency personnel while you're on the way.