If an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, then having a reliable alarm system installed in your place of residence or business is an investment worth making.
Even just the presence of a burglar alarm can deter intruders and a fire alarm has the ability to alert you and the fire department at the first trace of a fire, minimizing damage from smoke and flames. You can rest a little bit easier when you know that you’re protected by a reliable alarm system.
Let’s take a closer look at both of these types of alarm systems:
There are many different components of the average burglar alarm system. These components include security for all entrances, glass break sensors that detect when a window or door glass has been broken, and motion detection.
Most businesses and homeowners opt for entrance security and glass break sensors, but using all three components is the best option to maximize your safety. While it’s easy to find cheap DIY burglar alarm options online, you’ll get the most peace of mind from a system that’s installed and monitored by licensed security professionals.
Much more sophisticated than the smoke detectors you can pick up at your local home store, a fire alarm system is designed, installed and maintained by our fire alarm technicians and tailored to New York City’s fire codes.
Our fire alarm systems include a main fire alarm panel along with additional options for heat detectors, smoke detectors, horn strobes, and sprinklers. The goal of these multifaceted alarms isn’t just to alert residents and workers in case of a fire, but also to extinguish flames and prevent as much fire damage as possible.
Because lives are at stake–and, of course, possessions too–it’s critical to have an alarm system that’s functioning properly at all times. We provide expert design, installation, and maintenance for both fire alarms and burglar alarms.
Process for Installing a New Alarm System
After speaking with one of our appointment schedulers, a security technician will come out to your home or business and discuss alarm options with you based on your individual needs.
Next, we’ll take measurements and assess the premises; we’ll bring these specifications back to our team and design the ideal alarm system for you. Once our security professionals have installed your burglar alarm or fire alarm, we’ll be on call 24/7 to troubleshoot any issues.
You can also expect us to visit regularly to check on your alarm system and perform maintenance as needed. We are serious about your safety and we want you to feel like we’re your partner in protecting your home and business.
Our qualified security professionals are highly skilled and eager to meet with you to discuss your alarm installation needs.
You can have peace of mind knowing that all of our installers are licensed, certified, and extensively trained.
Call us at (347) 801-2481 and one of our schedulers will set up an appointment or give you a quote.