360 Alarm’s Standard Home Alarm System is a foundational intrusion and fire detection system. It protects you and your family from multiple different threats. From suspicious activity, to fire or smoke, and even carbon monoxide– 360 Alarm’s Standard Home Alarm System is just what you need to guard your home.
Not to mention, when the system detects an intruder, a certified alarm dispatcher will alert you. Keep your home safe by installing a standard home alarm system from 360 Alarm today.
A standard setup from 360 Alarm includes the following:
- Cell Unit
- 3 Points of Entry With Pin Point Location
- Motion Detector
- 24/7/365 UL-Certified Monitoring
- Certified Alarm Dispatchers
- Highest Levels of Customer Service
- 5 Diamond Monitoring Facility
- No Landline Required
These tools included in the standard home setup are devices that work together to keep you and your household safe.
Setting Up Your Home Alarm System
A keypad is a small set of numbered keys used to control the alarm system. This is what arms and disarms the security system, and some keypads have a panic button for a quick response in the event of an emergency.
The cell unit powers the system when there are no phone wires to connect to. This ensures that your home security system continues running smoothly. The cellular connection is more secure and is suitable for people who do not have a landline in their home. Landline phones are not as common or necessary as they once were, and 360 Alarm has made sure to keep you secure most reliably, despite the advancements in technology.
This system from 360 Alarm also includes 3 door sensors with pinpoint location accuracy. You can place the sensors on the door, and then it alerts you when the doors open. If the security system is armed, it will set the alarm off to loudly alert you that the door has opened unexpectedly.
360 Alarm also includes a motion detector to place in a central location in the house. This motion detector is an extra precaution for your safety.
360 Alarm is always ready to jump into action to help you when you need it. With their 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year UL-certified monitoring, 360 Alarm is on standby in case of emergency.
Not to mention, 360 Alarm is also UL-certified. This means that a company and its products have been evaluated and determined to uphold a strict standard of quality and service. They must be evaluated by an organization in Illinois called Underwriters Laboratories, which is a company dedicated to global safety and upholding the standards of global safety.
They are responsible for ensuring security companies have excellent service and high standards of security. This UL-certification holds 360 Alarm, and others, to high standards.
Certified Alarm Dispatchers are a part of this security company’s promise to deliver you the highest quality security services in the industry. Their dispatchers go through extensive training to make sure they are prepared to answer your call for help and dispatch the right team of people to support you.
At 360 Alarm, the team also promises to provide high levels of customer service. Their team is hard at work to offer technical support and fixes for other issues.
Additionally, 360 Alarm is a part of a 5 diamond monitoring facility that upholds a standard as they maintain the five points of excellence. According to The Monitoring Association, these five points of excellence are:
- Commitment to random inspections and quality criteria standards by a nationally recognized testing laboratory such as UL
- Commitment to the highest levels of customer service
- Commitment to ongoing job-related education and testing by having 100% of its central station operators certified using the TMA online training services
- Commitment to raising the industry standards through TMA membership and participation in its activities
- Commitment to reducing false dispatches
A company such as 360 Alarm that follows and adheres to these guidelines is a company that will give you confidence knowing they are monitoring your system.
When it’s time to protect your home with a high-quality security system– 360 Alarm has you covered. Contact 360 Alarm today to learn more about installing a new standard home alarm system.