By Colonnade Security Inc.
The majority of alarm systems installed use the telephone network as the means of contact when an intruder enters your home. The alarm security company installs a device that uses the telephone line in your home to contact the monitoring centre when an alarm is triggered. Anyone in the house can’t stop the signal to the monitoring station because it seizes the phone line, and no one else can use the phone.
Telephone companies can get the telephone line to your house, usually underground but when they get to the house, they run the phone line up the side of your home to a little box on the outside wall, then back underground and into your house. In this way, if there is a problem with your telephone, the Telephone technician can come and disconnect the line to see if there is service to your home, even if you are not available. Great idea for the Telephone Company. Not so good for the homeowner.
Cable lines or Internet-based security systems use the Internet for transmission of security signals. Although this may seem to be a good idea, the technology is not there yet. It can also be disconnected by criminals when breaking in.
CSI offers two types of secure security alarm systems that use two technologies;
Wireless key fobs have been available for quite a few years to remotely unlock or start your car as well as open your garage door. You can also have these devices added to your home security system to turn your alarm system on and off remotely.
One of the most popular services we offer today is Interactive Security; it’s the future! People nowadays do everything from their smartphones and other smart devices. You can now control your alarm security system from anywhere while also managing various accessories you can add, such as locks, thermostats, light switches, light control devices, overhead garage doors, and video cameras. These are only a few of the devices you can control from your CSI Security Alarm system app on your mobile phone, allowing you to arm and disarm your system.
There are many exciting developments in the future of home automation and alarm systems. New wireless technology will allow you to remotely control a lot more functions in your home from your smartphone, tablet or computer—everything from unlocking your front door to adjusting the heat in your home.
If any of these cellular services are of interest to you, give us a call so we can come and explain how your existing security system or a new security system can become a Smart Security System today.
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