When your alarm is professionally monitored, police and fire departments respond instantly to your emergency when an alarm is triggered.
Alarm New England has a security solution for everyone. Switch the existing alarm system in your home or business over to our security monitoring service for minimal cost.
Complete perimeter protection with door, window, and glass break sensors.
Detect smoke, fire, carbon monoxide, flood, & temperature.
View motion-activated security camera recordings and store clips in the cloud.
Intruders sometimes cut the phone line of a home before entering as a way to disable the security system. This is why it's essential that your security system be able to use Wi-Fi as well as a cellular backup. This is known as cellular alarm monitoring or a cellular security system.
These alternative communication paths mean that your security system continues to protect your home should a burglar somehow manage to disable your phone line. Additionally, if you no longer need the landline, you can cancel it altogether, saving you money.
The monthly cost of alarm monitoring varies from system to system. On average, you can expect to pay between $20-$50 each month for a security monitoring service. To get a more detailed breakdown of alarm monitoring blog posts, read our blog post.
The main advantage of a monitored system is that the burden of protection isn’t up to you. Professional alarm monitoring guarantees 24/7 protection of your home and family.
Monitoring enables us to immediately dispatch police, firefighters, and ambulances in an emergency. Plus, you can save up to 15% on your homeowners insurance.
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