“Keep an eye on your home or business from any computer or smart phone with an Internet connection.”
Henry Guzeika Jr., General Manager
Electronic Alarms today announced that its parent company has completed the acquisition of AAA Custom Alarm Systems of Warwick, which has served homeowners and businesses across Rhode Island for more than 40 years.
Electronic Alarms today announced the acquisition of P & J Alarm of West Greenwich, R.I., a family owned security company that has served home owners and businesses in Southern New England since 1978.
Quick action by police responding to a series of silent alarms from a Warwick, R.I., business netted the arrest of a man who is now suspected in multiple breaks in the area.
Electronic Alarms provides security services for all types of property from single-family homes to multi-site corporate and retail operations, to major public and private institutions.
For commercial security customers with operations that extend beyond New England, Electronic Alarms serves customers nationwide through the Security Network of America, of which American Alarm and Communications is a founding partner. READ MORE
Leaking Pipe in Cranston
Report FA 06062014-0105
June 6, 2014 1:05 a.m. Cranston, R.I.
A fire alarm was received from an industrial complex in Cranston, R.I., and firefighters dispatched to the scene. Our Central Station operator then reached an employee at the site who investigated and found a leak in the sprinkler system had caused the alarm. Repairs were initiated.
Water Leak in Warwick
Report WA 04222014-1849
April 22, 2014 6:49 p.m. Warwick, R.I.
A basement water alarm was received from a home in Warwick. The homeowner was reached by mobile phone and informed of the alarm. Upon arrival home, the owner found a broken pipe flooding the basement, threatening the furnace. The water was shut off and repairs initiated before any additional damage occurred.
Burglar Foiled in Pawtucket
Report BA 04182014-1214
April 18, 2014 12:14 p.m. Pawtucket, R.I.
A burglar alarm was received just after noon from a home in Pawtucket. When no one answered at the residence, our Central Station operator reached the homeowner by mobile phone who indicated no one should be on the property and asked for police to respond. Upon arrival, police found pry marks to a rear door. The would-be burglar was apparently scared off by the alarm. No entry was gained.
Restaurant Flooded in Providence
Report FA 03292014-2139
March 29, 2014 9:39 p.m. Providence, R.I.
A fire alarm was received from a restaurant in Providence and firefighters dispatched to the scene. Our operator then reached an employee at the site who indicated the building’s boiler had burst and was flooding the facility. Water was shut and repairs began.
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