Burglar & Fire Alarms

Know when your family or business is in danger by investing in an alarm system for your property.

Alarm systems can be intrusion detection systems or environmental detections systems like fire alarms.


Alarm Features

Window and Door Sensors

These are installed on select windows and doors and will set off a loud signal if any of those doors or windows are opened when the system is enabled.

Weight Sensors

Interior or exterior weight sensors are similar to motion detectors, and can initiate a response once activated.

Glass Break Sensors

These sensors will alert you if a window or door pane has been broken even if the window or door itself has not been opened.

Motion Detectors

If an intruder manages to evade the initial sensors, motion detectors inside a property can detect movement and set off audible or visible alarms as well as starting a video recording.

Alert Buttons

Commonly called panic buttons, these can be used by the occupants of a building to call for help in case of a home invasion or other emergency.

Environmental Sensors

These can be smoke detectors, heat detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, or a number of other sensors inside a building which alert the occupants of some hazardous condition.

Types of Systems


Traditional systems are those which are not monitored and depend on the proximity of the owners or neighbours to hear the alarm and call the relevant authorities. These alarms are more affordable than monitored systems and are a starting point for building protection.


A monitored alarm system is connected to a professional monitoring service such as our Help247 with agents who monitor the status of your property 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. If a problem is detected at your home the agents can check in with you and alert the authorities for you as necessary..