Backup Communications is True Security
Even if the burglars cut the exterior phone lines before breaking into your home, a properly designed security system with multiple means of communications will still send an alarm signal so our 24-7 monitoring team can alert police.
- One Path is Not Sufficient.
Communications today can be fragile. That’s why we offer and encourage customers to install at least two separate communication pathways, such as cellular, internet or long-range radio, for the alarm to send signals under any conditions.
- Cellular Backup.
National phone carriers are phasing out old hard-wired copper landlines. Cellular backup is often the best alternative today for either primary or backup alarm communications.
- Signals Sent Right Away.
It makes no sense, but many alarm companies program communication delays of up to four minutes into their alarm systems. They do this because their systems are prone to false alarms and their outsourced mega-monitoring centers can’t handle the volume. Seconds count in an emergency, which is why we never delay signals.
- Internet Path.
With the expansion of broadband internet coverage in New England, an IP based pathway is a secure and cost effective means for backup alarm communications.