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According to the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting Program, in 2012 Burglary accounted for 23.4% of the estimated number of property crimes in the United States. Residential burglaries accounted for 74.5% of all burglary offenses. The average dollar loss per burglary was $2,230.
Security sensors and alarms are the number one deterrent to intruders attempting to break into your home or business. They are your first line of defense in home and business protection.
Click on each sections below to learn about the different systems…
This is at the core of your security system and should be located in an undisclosed area of your property. #1 Security is an authorized reseller of several control panel options, all of which are UL Listed. We will recommend the best option for your needs.
These are programmed to operate your alarm system. We offer: Numerical keypads, alpha keypads, graphic keypads and voice keypads. We will help you choose.
Door and window sensors (contacts) are key components of your security system, sounding the alarm the moment they are opened.
Passive infrared technology is used in homes and business to detect movement. Todayâ€™s models are also pet sensitive, allowing furry family members the freedom to move about the property when the system is armed.
GLASS BREAK SENSORS
These trigger an alarm at the sound of breaking glass. Used in conjunction with window contacts provides you with complete glass protection.
This component of your system can be installed in the interior or exterior of your property. When the alarm is activated by an intruder, a loud sound is emitted.
Burglary is not the only threat to your property and family. Smoke Detectors throughout your home or business can protect you from a devastating loss.
Carbon Monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that can kill in just minutes. Placing detectors near bedrooms and furnaces can alert you of dangerous levels.
THE PANIC BUTTON
This activates your alarm system in case of an emergency. Help will be summoned immediately to your aid.
With the decline of landlines in homes, your alarm signal can be transmitted over the Global System for Mobil Communication Network (GSM) so authorities can be notified. It is more reliable than a telephone line (which can be cut) in the event of an outage or vandalism.
Monitor the temperature of your home, especially during extended absences, to ensure it does not drop or rise to dangerous levels.
Detect rising water in high-risk areas so you can take action before serious damage occurs.