Pets and Your Alarm System

The last thing you want is to be contacted by your security provider or monitoring company because your alarm’s been triggered. That worry can quickly turn to embarrassment if you discover it’s a false alarm triggered by your pet.

Happy PuppyIn fact, family pets accidentally cause a high number of false alarms each year. This is due to the placement of interior motion detectors as well as the sensitivity of certain sensors. Since ...

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5 Pro Tips on Finding the Best Security System Provider for You

With all the different security system providers and vendors in the Bay Area, how do you decide which one will work best for your home or office? From common brand names to third-party dealers, here are five helpful tips straight from our security experts:

1. Most alarm companies and security providers don’t actually make alarm systems. They are the vendor (or dealer) that sells, installs ...

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What Does it Mean to be a UL Listed Alarm Company?

Here at Denalect, we’re proud to tell folks that we’ve been a UL listed and compliant alarm company for both our Burglar and Fire system installation and our alarm monitoring services since 1980.

But what, you may ask, does UL listed even mean? Why is it important and how does it impact you, the customer?

First, let’s start with what UL is. UL stands for Underwriters Laboratories, an independent, non-profit, world-wide consulting and certification company dedicated to promoting safe living ...

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Business Video Surveillance 101

Is a video surveillance system right for your business? Whether a company is large or small, video surveillance can enhance current security, protect valuable assets and employees, and improve and increase productivity. From evaluating your business’s needs to selecting system features, here are some tips on how to determine if a video surveillance system is right for your business.

CCTV Camera Operating inside a shop

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Video Surveillance for Your Home

If you’re considering a home video surveillance system, you’re not alone. More and more Bay Area homeowners are enhancing their current security systems by installing video surveillance inside and/or outside their homes. From evaluating your needs to selecting features, here are some tips on how to decide if a video surveillance is right for you.

iStock_000032245244SmallLike security systems, video surveillance systems also offer a ...

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Helpful Online Crime Report Sites

Finding neighborhood crime statistics and safety ratings online is easier than ever thanks to these helpful websites. Remember, you don’t just live in a house, you also live in a neighborhood. Being aware of your area’s crime can help you best protect your family as well as your property.

iStock_000034696832SmallCrimeReports. Ranked in 2014 by Time Magazine as one of the 50 best websites, ...

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When to Contact Your Security Provider

If you have an alarm system installed in your home or office, then you know to contact your security provider if the system is triggered or if you need to schedule routine maintenance. However, there are a few other situations when they need to hear from you, especially if you’ve done or plan on doing any of the following.

  • Remodeling. Your alarm system was designed and installed to meet your home or business’s original security
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Is 24-Hour Monitoring Right for You?

Homes and businesses with security systems are six times less likely to be broken into but a sounding alarm doesn’t always frighten intruders away. That’s where 24-hour monitoring comes in. Benefits of monitoring include:

Denalect monitors client systems

  • Immediate response. Offered by most security providers for a monthly fee, alarm monitoring doesn’t rely on your neighbors to contact the authorities if your alarm is activated. ...
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How to Think Like a Burglar

To help protect your home against burglars, you need to learn how to think like one. Each year more than two million U.S. homes are broken into, with an estimated $4.6 billion in goods stolen and property damaged. Not to mention a break-in’s impact on your sense of safety and well-being. Here are some tips on how you can enhance your home’s security.

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