Home Security 101 – Text Messages Let You Know What’s Going On At Home!


A Burns & McBride Smart, Safe Home System will do more than just notify the police or fire department of life safety emergencies.

It can keep you in touch with anything happening at home. In addition to alerting you of an unwanted intrusion, your system should also alert you when the kids got home from school, when a liquor or gun cabinet was opened or even if the heat is off.  Here are some more: did someone disarm the system? Who was it – and when? All this information (and more!) can be sent to you almost instantly, and to anyone else you want to receive your alert signals.

How do notifications work?

Every time a sensor in your home is activated, it sends a signal to your alarm control panel – and the control panel forwards that signal to you over the cellular link  You can get alerts each time a door opens or a motion sensor is activated. And you can even put a micro sensor on “sensitive” locations like a medicine cabinet, liquor closet, or gun safe. Additionally, “No-Show” alerts can notify you by text or email if your alarm system is NOT disarmed in a specified window of time. This is a great solution to ensure that kids are getting home on time after school.

For more information on this exciting product call us at 302-656-5110 or visit our website at http://www.burnsandmcbride. Finally you might want to follow our blog at http://www.burnsandmcbrideblog.com. Just as Smartphones are adding applications and changing every day so to with the technology behind our Smart, Safe home system. Our blog explains some of the constantly changing things that are happening in the industry and we hope that you find it informative.

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