Our Security systems have the option of using Cellular Communication, offering users a system that can be monitored with or without a land line. Add Cellular Communication to an existing system. (additional monitoring rates may apply) Ideal for:
Those who don't use a land line
Lakelot properties/Seasonal residences
Renovation or Construction trailers, Sea Cans, storage trailers and tool sheds
Backup to Cellular, when risk is high for land line vandalizm
Covert (Hidden Cameras):
Cameras that can be concealed, and/or have the capability to record video when your
not around, has become increasingly popular, and important. They can
come in all shapes and sizes, and have been used by: Investigators,
Nanny Cams for worried parents, video recording of cottage or lake lot
motion activity, monitoring staff break times or cleaning staff, or any
other application that requires video evidence for theft or other
illegal activity that has taken place when you are not around.
Currently used in offices, cash register areas, restaurants, lounges, bars, daycare, extended health facilities, storage lockers, vehicles, stores, parking areas, etc.
Our high-quality cameras are discretely built into actual products for complete realism. They have the best image available from a covert video camera. Each model is available in color, high-resolution, and black and white configurations. Images are always crystal clear.
See what your missing since you have been away.
**THIS MONTHS SPECIAL**
Alarm.com wireless HD Outdoor Bullet Camera (requires AC power and a Wi-Fi Connection)
$25/month + GST. Online recording up to 250 MB, add up to 8 Cameras for 1 monthly fee.
Weatherproof, automatic night vision
Continuous, Time, and Motion Detection Recording through our Alarm.com Portal
Notifications to your Smartphone, 720P High Definition
User Friendly Operation
Remote recording - No onsite recorders to maintain or to hide. Its all online and tamperproof
Complete System $ 400(per camera) (CDN)
Low Voltage Wiring Services
Video Door Bell systems (can record who was at your door when you are not home)
Excerpts by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC)
How to Keep Your Home and Your Family Safe and Sound
three minutes, a home in Canada is burglarized. Many of those break-ins
occur while the homeowners are away. But burglaries can also take place
when you are at home, at any time of the night or day.
To help lock crime out of your home and keep your house and your family safe and sound, Canada's Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) offers the following tips:
If you have a security system, use it regularly.
If you have a Garage Keyless entry keypad, Change your Code regularly.
sure your lighting and landscaping offer a clear view of your house
from the street. Keep your windows and doors free of trees, bushes or
other obstructions that could provide a hiding place for someone trying
to break in. Entrances with good visibility and good lighting let
thieves know that your home is not an easy target.
all doors at all times with good quality deadbolt locks. Don't leave your interior Garage to House Door unlocked. If you want your children to have key-less entry, install a proper system for your interior Garage/House door. To
keep would-be intruders from using your garage to enter your home, make
sure everyone in your family knows to keep your garage door closed and
locked at all times.
Never leave the remote control for the garage on
your car's visor and don't keep maintenance receipts or anything else
with your address on it in your car. While
horizontal deadbolts are generally more popular, vertical deadbolt
locks are actually the most effective option available.
choosing a deadbolt, make sure that part of the bolt remains in the
lock when in the locked position. The body of the lock should be made
of solid steel, brass or bronze and it should have a solid or hardened
ring or beveled housing to protect the cylinder from being twisted off
with a wrench. This cylinder should have at least five pins and you
must be able to unlock it without keys from the inside.
To further secure the
entrances to your home, protect the hinge pins on all doors so they
can't be removed from the outside. To secure patio doors, consider
installing an anti-Jimmy plate or adding safety bars and auxiliary
Use the viewer in your front door to see who is there before you open it.
If you live
in a remote area or spend prolonged periods of time away from home,
consider investing in a burglar alarm system. A carefully selected and
properly installed alarm can provide you and your loved ones with some
welcome peace of mind. Contact us with confidence that we will work with you for your best interests.
Get to know your neighbors. They are your eyes and ears when your not home.
Practice Common Sense when it comes to personal safety, and home and business security.