home wireless alarm systems

At the time of the switch, AP had between 80 and 100 reps and was offering services in Alaska, California, Utah Texas, Alabama, Tennessee, Missouri, Kentucky, Utah, Louisiana, Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Florida. With over, 40,000 customers, AP had experienced major exponential growth. Later that year, Alarm Protection officially changed their name to Alder Holdings, LLC. Since the name change, Alder continues to expect exponential growth and has seen proof of that. In 2016, Alder was providing services to 40,000 customers in just 22 states. At the start of the year 2018, Alder provided services in 35 states and helped over 100,000 customers protect their homes. As of June 2018, Alder Holdings, LLC known as Alder services customers in 38 states with expectations for more growth. As the company’s client base grows, Alder has begun to also add more products and services to their repertoire to meet the needs of their customers. In 2014 they expanded their facilities to a new, state of the art building and moved from their second home which was down the street from their original inception in Salt Lake City, to Orem, Utah. The new building has received several awards including the Most Outstanding Concrete/Tilt Up Project from Utah Construction and Design. The Global Opportunities Conference is a unique one day event that brings together management teams from more than 85 public and privately held companies who will present their business strategies, growth plans, future financing needs, and capital markets strategies to an audience of more than 1,000 institutional investors.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

A carbon monoxide detector triggers when the level of carbon monoxide in your home reaches a dangerous level. Unlike other environmental dangers, you cannot see, taste, or smell carbon monoxide. These detectors can save your life and those of your pets. Carbon monoxide is released when you burn gasoline, wood, oil, charcoal, propane, and natural gas, so homes with gas appliances, chimneys, wood burning stoves, and connected garages have a higher need for carbon monoxide detectors. Like smoke and fire alarms, these sensors can work as stand alone alarms or connect with your security system. It’s always a great idea to connect detectors to your system so that a monitoring center can notify you and emergency dispatch in case the alarm is triggered. Some wireless home security systems offer a video recording storage option and others don’t. For the ones that don’t, you are able to see a live video feed of your home any time you access your system; however, nothing is recorded. The systems with video storage generally include either a local storage or cloud storage option. A local storage option saves a pre determined number of video clips on the device itself. This option is usually cost free.

Smoke Detector

01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

The face of the device has a backlit doorbell button, a tiny diagnostic LED, a motion sensor, a microphone, and a camera. There are speakers on the side of the enclosure. The button pulses green during setup, white when connected and awake, and red when disconnected, while the smaller LED is white when you first power up the doorbell and red when the battery is getting low. August offers interchangeable plastic faceplates in a number of colors for $14. 99 each, and metal faceplates for $29. 99.