Home Alarms - Home Security Systems

1800 Alarm It has it all

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The Future Of Home Security

Protect your home, your family and pets, as well as your identity with a home security system that is monitored 24 hours a day. Catering to Long Island residential and commercial applications, there is no task we can't handle no matter how simple or complex and there is no job too big or too small. More advanced and more secure than a typical home alarm system. It takes advantage of the same wireless technology used in mobile phones to protect your family, home and business, even if the phone line is cut or the Internet is interrupted. We install and monitor a full line of security equipment including door and window protection, motion detectors, and smoke detectors. Additions to our systems can include panic alarms, carbon monoxide detection and water sensors for sump pumps.

Better Protection

Security systems from 1800 Alarm It are 100% wireless. No land line is required for protection. All alarm and trouble messages are sent to our central station via cellular network. Crash & smash protection allows an alarm signal to be sent - even if an intruder disables alarm during entry delay period.

24 Hour Monitoring

Monitoring your system ensures that emergency situations are handled as swiftly as possible. Our systems are monitored 24 hours a day by a team of certified professionals at a UL-approved monitoring station, ensuring your peace of mind 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and protecting your valuables and your pets when you are not home.

Perimeter Protection

Most residential burglaries occur from break-ins through the front or rear doors. Perimeter door contacts will activate your alarm when a door is opened. Perimeter window contacts can provide the same protection for your windows. Window glass can also be protected with non-obtrusive glass break sensors.

Interior Motion Detection

Motion sensors are the most cost-effective way to detect intruders who have entered your home. Even if you have pets, our motion sensors can tell the difference between an intruder and an animal that weighs up to 40 pounds.