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Control Panel: This unit controls all of the system functions. It contains the processor that transmits monitoring information to the central station as well as the power supply and the rechargeable battery.
Keypads: This device gives you full control of your system. It gives you the ability to arm and disarm your security system using a personal security code as well as giving you the ability to reset and activate other fire and security options. These stations are usually located near the most frequently used door in a business or residence as well as the bedroom area of a residence.
Inside Siren: If an intruder tries to break-in, the sound of the siren will emit that lets intruders and your family know that the security system has been triggered. This unit is normally located in the common hall area or bedroom area of a home. An outside siren can also be installed. This siren is usually located in an attic vent. Installing the siren in the attic hides the unit from outside view as well as preventing anyone from tampering with the unit.
Door or Window Contact: Triggers the alarm if a secured door or window is opened while the system is armed. This device is hermetically sealed from the environment. It can me surface mounted in view or installed inside the frame of a window or door. Wireless contacts as well as wired contacts can be used with the control panel.
Motion Detector: These devices utilize dual technology to eliminate the possibility of false alarms due to environmental changes that are not caused by intruders. Located inside the premise in open areas, triggered by movement and body heat these units will activate the alarm to alert the authorities of an intrusion. Today's technology allows us to offer this type of wide area protection even if pets are present.
Glassbreak Detector: This unit was developed by the security industry to eliminate the foil or metal tape that use to protect glass. Using an audio receiving device to listen to the area around glass, the unit activates upon detecting the frequency and sound of breaking glass. This dual type of technology helps the unit ignore the sounds of thunderstorms, telephones and other common noises.
Carbon Monoxide Detector: Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless, toxic gas that can kill in minutes. Professionally installed monitored carbon monoxide detectors can play a critical role in saving lives. These devices are mounted as per the manufacturer and are calibrated to give you the early warning necessary for anyone present to safely evacuate the area.
Smoke Detector: A fire can be detected in different ways. The first way is by the use of a photoelectric smoke detector. This detector works best on smoldering fires that may be produced when a fabric oriented product begins to burn. The second way is by an ionization detector. This device measures the ion particles that are present in the air when an open fire created by quick igniting products begins to burn. When installed as per the manufacturer and code, these devices will allow you the time to safely and quickly exit the building. Depending on the laws in your area, there may be regulations regarding the placement.
Rate of Rise/Heat Detector: Used in areas that may be environmentally unstable for a smoke or ionization detector, these devices detect the presence of fire by the quick change in temperature or the slow rise in the temperature of the area. Garages, attics, furnace rooms, kitchens and storage areas are some of the locations you may find these devices installed in. Depending on the laws in your area, there may be regulations regarding the placement.
Good News for Our Customers
Commercials for free alarm systems are shown on TV. Most customers need more security then these packages offer.
Our concern for the safety and security of our customers family and friends always takes priority over the closing of a sale. With this in mind we realize that certain circumstances only require basic security. We want our customers to know all the quality and experience that went into the installation of their custom system will also go into our basic security package.
If you have a friend or family member that has been considering the installation of a free alarm package from one of our competitors, we would appreciate a chance to speak with them. We will be glad to discuss their concerns to make sure that the basic package fits their needs. The following is an outline of the free alarm package we offer along with the pricing.
FREE ALARM EQUIPMENT
Multi-zone Fire & Security Control Panel
12 Volt 4 Amp Hour Rechargeable Battery
RJ31X Telephone Jack
Fixed LED Fixed Display Keypad
Contact 3 Openings
Dual Technology Motion Detector
Decals for Door and Window
A $99.00 INSTALLATION FEE AND THE FIRST YEAR MONITORING OF $35.95 PLUS TAX MUST BE COLLECTED AT THE TIME OF INSTALLATION. A THREE YEAR CENTRAL STATION MONITORING CONTRACT MUST BE SIGNED. THE MONTHLY MONITORING FEE WILL BE BILLED QUARTERLY IN ADVANCE AFTER THE FIRST YEAR.
IF THE CUSTOMER DOES NOT WANT TO COMMIT TO A THREE YEAR MONITORING CONTRACT WE CAN INSTALL THE SYSTEM FOR A FIXED PRICE. PLEASE CONTACT US FOR THE CURRENT INSTALLATION PRICE.
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Mr. John Gregory, one of the officers of our company will be glad to work with you in designing a system that fits your budget, security, personal or business needs.
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