SECURITY ALARM SYSTEMS

Burglaries and robberies represent some of the most common crimes in the urban environment. Fortunately, experience shows that alarm systems may significantly decrease the chances of such invasions by deterring intruders and thieves from entering your home or business.

Alarm systems emit a shrill noise in response to a present and immediate danger. Additional advantages of a loud alarm sound include its ability to alert neighbors and passersby, and potentially even frighten intruders from the scene. The sight of an alarm system alone may be enough to discourage would-be thieves. Highly effective and often easy to use, this electronic security solution is a popular way to provide peace of mind for homeowners and business operators.

All alarms use sensors connected to a control unit via hardwire or wireless link. Sensors commonly detect changes in the environment such as the opening of a window or inside motion. Types of alarm systems range from small, all-in-one noisemakers to sophisticated, multi-zoned systems with color-coded computer outputs. 

The most basic alarm systems feature elements including a control panel, keypad, siren, indoor motion detector, door and window contacts, and a central monitoring station, if the system is monitored. More sophisticated features that can be added include glass break detectors, panic buttons, pressure mats under carpeting, and alarm screens for windows. 

Vertex Security installs alarm systems for both residential and commercial buildings in the New York City area. Our alarm systems are connected to remote monitoring stations and remain fully integrated into access control, intercom and CCTV systems.


 

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ALARM MONITORING

 

Once Advanced Security Group professionally installs a high-quality alarm system, customers can choose whether or not they want monitoring. If they opt for this service, their alarm system will be connected to a remote central monitoring station, which receives signals that report the conditions of the area being monitored.