Electronic alarm systems are made up of three component parts designed to detect, determine and deter criminal activity or other threatening situations.

Door and window contacts

Switches that indicate the opening or closing of a door or window. The switch is mounted to a door or window and is held closed by a magnet attached to the frame. When the door or window moves away from the magnet, the switch opens and it is sensed by the alarm control panel.

Panic Buttons

Sends a discreet call for help upon the press of a button immediately.

Smoke Detectors

Detects fires and sends an alert.


Keypads are generally installed near the entrance or exit of a home or business. If a door or window is opened when the system is activated, the keypad will immediately alert you thereof.

An alarm panel responds to a triggered alarm by activating physical alarms such as a siren and/or strobe lights. These devices are used to scare an intruder away from your premises.

The component parts of an alarm system work together to detect, determine and deter danger in your home. It is very important to conduct regular testing on your alarm system to ensure your equipment will function properly in the event of an emergency.

Interior Alarms

Provides security at all entry points and for detecting indoor motion so an alarm would sound if an intruder broke in through a door and / or moved around the premises. The settings on these alarms can be fully customized to suit your needs. Settings can be placed for a pet friendly sensor or to have different settings for night time or daytime use.

Perimeter Alarms

Provides security at the boundaries of your property so if an intruder gained access over a wall or through an outside entrance onto your property an alarm would sound. Where the terrain is level, garden beams are ideal for securing the borders of your property or for protecting parking or storage areas. Electric fencing linked to an alarm system is also very popular for perimeter security.

Motion Sensors

These are also referred to as “passives” and are able to detect movement in any environment within a certain radius where the sensors are placed so if an intruder breaks in the sensors will sound an alarm. These are ideal both for indoor and outdoor use.

Whether for residences, commercial or industrial properties, we supply superior quality technology and provide fully customized systems using any of these options. Using our extensive knowledge, we’ll assist you in designing a security solution that works for you and protects you best.