Residential Security2016-11-03T17:03:18+00:00

Burglar Alarm Systems

A security system could offer minimal protection such as alarming doors that are backed up by motion detectors. More complete coverage can be achieved by alarming the entire perimeter such as windows and doors. With the entire perimeter alarmed the system could be set when you are home and the motions could be bypassed to allow you to roam the house while having the alarm set to a “stay” mode.

Smoke Detector Systems

A smoke alarm is critical for the early detection of a fire in your home and could mean the difference between life and death. Fires can occur in a variety of ways and in any room of your home. But no matter where or how, having a smoke alarm is the first key step towards your family’s safety. Contact us to learn more about the safety aspects and importance of having and maintaining working smoke alarms. For additional information regarding smoke detectors click here

Carbon Monoxide Detection

arbon monoxide (CO) is a deadly, colorless, odorless, poisonous gas. Because CO is odorless, colorless, and otherwise undetectable to the human senses, people may not know that they are being exposed. CO alarms are designed to alarm before potentially life-threatening levels of CO are reached. For additional information regarding Carbon Monoxide click here

Environmental Alarms

Protect your home from undetected water damage by installing water detectors or from extreme temperatures with a temperature sensor. Additional options include monitoring alarm conditions from critical systems in your home.

Alarm Monitoring

Monitoring service is available via telephone lines, Internet connection and/or wireless. Although VoIP has become very popular, it is not always reliable or compatible with many security systems. Please contact us to discuss several alternatives that are now available. You may also visit our customer service section for more information regarding VoIP.

Examples of signals that can be monitored:

  • Burglary
  • Fire
  • Panic
  • Carbon Monoxide
  • Low or High Temperature
  • Sprinkler Water Flow
  • Weekly or Monthly Test
  • Arm or Disarm