Burglar Alarms

Hardwired Alarm Systems

4 Reasons to Consider a Hardwired Alarm System

Wireless Alarm Systems might be extremely popular right now, but when it comes to reliability and durability, hardwired alarm systems are still a popular choice – and still offer many benefits that wireless alarm systems cannot yet match, despite being full of their own modern features. Keep reading to see how wired alarm systems work and how they can help keep your home or business reliably secured for a long time to come. How Do Hardwired Alarm Systems Work? Unlike modern wireless...

How PIR Motion Detectors work

What is the Best Motion Detector for Security Systems?

When shopping for different types of security systems and burglar alarms, you might see reference to Passive Infrared Sensors – more commonly known as PIR’s. PIR’s are the most commonly utilized type of sensor in motion detectors and security systems, as they are some of the most reliable when it comes to detecting motion in the room or area where they are placed. But if you’ve ever wondered exactly how PIR’s work and how they do such a good job protecting...

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6 Best Practices for Alarm Systems & Installation

A building is only as secure as the alarm system protecting it – and how well that alarm system is used. If you’re going to invest in a high-quality, professionally installed alarm system - whether for your home or business – following the best practices and procedures for operating and maintaining your alarm system is integral for keeping your home safe and secure. Here are 6 best practices for installing and operating alarm systems, and how you can employ them...

How Do Glass Break Detectors Work?

When it comes to security measures against burglars and break-ins, it’s helpful to have as many layers of protection as possible. And while window and door sensors are effective and crucial to any security system, they cannot detect smashed windows and doors; if a burglar simply forced their way in by smashing the window pane, the contacts will not sound the alarm. You may need glass break detectors to fully secure your property. Glass Break Detectors detect when glass is broken,...