Monitoring Add-Ons for Your Alarm

When we install any security system, we almost always connect it to our central station for monitoring. Doing so ensures that an alarm activation will also create a central station response and, if necessary, a police dispatch. In fact, this service represents one of the first things our potential customers ask us about. However, we…

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Keeping Your Security Up to Date

Like just about any type of technology, security equipment gets less effective as it ages. Of course, some of the reason behind this lies in the fact that electronics get less effective and more prone to failing to work as intended as they age. Moreover, older security equipment often fails to have the new and…

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Alarm Emergency Response Options

When we install security systems, we do so with a few different goals in mind. For starters, we always want to secure your home in case of a burglary. In fact, most of our customers associate security systems with exactly this feature. Additionally, we also want to provide life safety against fire and carbon monoxide…

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Interactive Residential Alarm Monitoring

A homeowner using Alarm.com to control smart home devices.

If you’ve followed our blog over the last several years, you know well that we strongly recommend installing a monitored burglar alarm. Doing so provides you with a couple forms of security. For starters, any alarm activation creates an ear-splitting siren response. Of course, this alerts anyone on the property to the breach and likely…

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Warm Weather Security Tips

At Northeast Security Solutions, we design complete security plans for every application and situation. Of course, every home and business has its own unique layout and security concerns. Additionally, every season also brings different threats into play. For example, a few months back we created a post sharing some Spring Thaw Security Tips. At this…

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Using Your Alarm to Secure Your Windows

Last week we created a post designed to help create Residential Door Security. In that post, we share several options to help customers achieve this important goal. This week, we turn our focus to another important area of home security. Windows can provide surprisingly easy access to your home for burglars if not properly secure.…

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Securing Against Inside Jobs

When customers come to us to install security equipment, they generally want to stop burglars from entering their property. Whether securing a home or a business — or both — people usually think of outsiders as the greatest threat to their security. However, at times the biggest danger to our customers’ security comes in a…

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Cost-Effective Home Security

As a local security provider, we work with our customers to help them find the security equipment that best suits their needs. Of course, doing this helps make the alarms we install as effective as possible. However, careful alarm design also has another, often-unexpected benefit. Choosing the security products and system design that fits you…

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Spring Thaw Security System Tips

A Wireless Honeywell Freeze/Flood Sensor

As we’ve mentioned in various posts on seasonal security, each time of year presents its own security concerns. While we still have plenty of cold weather ahead of us, several days this week have reminded us that we have warmer weather around the corner. In turn, this leads to the late winter/early spring thaw that…

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Creating Alarm Activity Alerts

When people install burglar alarms, they generally aim to accomplish a couple goals. For starters, security systems create a blaring siren response upon activation. This certainly encourages thieves to make their escape as quickly as possible. Moreover, this also makes anyone onsite aware of the security threat. Additionally, monitored security systems also communicate alarm events…

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