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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“Outside of the Box” Security Ideas

If you’ve kept up with our blogs at all, you know that we never take a “one-size-fits-all” approach to home security. Instead, we recommend unique security solutions for every home that we secure. Unfortunately, many customers use DIY products or “package deals” from national companies that treat every house the same. While these security systems…

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Adding Security by Thinking Like a Burglar

A few years back, we created a post detailing Smart Security System Design. In that post, we explain the choices that we walk our customers through while designing their alarm system. For example, we can use wireless or hardwired security contacts — or both. We can also use a few different types of equipment to…

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Creating Residential Door Security

When we provide security audits for our residential customers, we often begin with some ideas to increase door security. Of course, doors provide the easiest and quickest means of entry into any home. This goes for residents, guests, and — unfortunately — for burglars as well. Therefore, we recommend taking extra care to make sure…

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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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Nighttime and Cold Weather Security

This past weekend marked the end of Daylight Saving Time as we set our clocks back Saturday night. The transition marks the beginning of longer nights and colder weather. As with many seasonal events, this change also brings about some unique security concerns. As your one stop security shop, we aim to address security concerns…

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The Dangers of an Outdated Security System

Every time we install an alarm, we do so with the goal of providing the best security we can for as long as possible. Of course, with time, the amount of security an old alarm provides does eventually decline. Given enough time, any type of techonology-related equipment will begin to fail. Additionally, the changes that…

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Tips for Securing Your Alarm

Burglar alarm systems make up one of the most effective means of home security on the market. These systems alert families and local authorities to potential break-ins, and even stop many burglaries from taking place at all. The blaring siren response to a door or window opening unexpectedly wakes up sleeping families and often scares…

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What Happens After My Alarm Goes Off?

Earlier this year, we created a post to serve as Your Guide to How Alarm Systems Work. In that post, we shared the “basics” behind alarm system operation and use. That overview included a helpful guide to the types of equipment we can add to alarm systems. It also included an overview of how our…

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Securing Your Security Equipment

A safe with a mechanical lock

If you’ve read any of our posts in this space, you know that we do our best to keep both existing and potential customers informed as to their security options. From long-term security standards to newly-available, cutting edge equipment, we want to educate people about their options to secure their property and even the lives…

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