Security System – Commercial and Residential
Whether you know it as burglar system, intrusion detection, burglar alarm, or something else, a security system is a must for ensuring your premises is as secure as can be against unauthorized entry. With devices ranging from door and window contacts, glass break detectors, motion detectors, beam detectors, and more, no one will invade your space without notice. Commercial, residential, hard-wired, wireless, or a combination of both, secures the perimeter of your business or residence from unwanted visitors. Systems monitor the integrity of the devices while Major Alarm, Inc. monitors for any alarm activity while the system is armed. Fast response times ensure that should the authorities need to be called, it is done so as to have the best chances of catching the intruder and minimizing any losses.
Commercial and Residential Security Alarm Systems
With so numerous wineries opening up, expanding or remodeling, many have done their research and have had Major Alarm, Inc. install a security system to protect their premises (usually this is along side one of our fire alarm systems). Our security systems are tailored to fit their needs, needs varying greatly within the employees having different areas of access at different times, etc. Security systems can be armed as a whole, or separate areas individually. Arming and disarming can be done by the last person leaving, or by a schedule automatically, or a combination as a fail-safe. A few of our systems are used at wineries such as Comstock Wines, Chateau Montelena Winery, state facilities like Caltrans, cannabis dispensaries, countless residences, and more.
Residential systems have come a long way, and adding a system to your existing home no longer ensures lots of unsightly wiring throughout. Wireless technology has advanced leaps and bounds as well as gotten much more pleasing to the eye. Wireless devices offer all the same security features as wired and failure is virtually non-existent. For more on our security systems, have a look at our intrusion detection page.