Intrusion alarms for residential applications focus on detecting entry through doors and windows. The systems also detect motion within the home. Metrolina Alarm has several systems and methods of detecting intrusion attempts. Door contacts are used for entry doors, garage doors, sliding doors, and all types of windows - whether they slide or swing open. Glass break detectors add a level of security because they use sound or vibration sensing to trigger an alarm. The systems can be hard-wired or wireless. Our sales staff can guide you through the right choice for your application. Today's systems offer more sophisticated detection and more interface options, including remote monitoring via the internet, and alerts via cell phone or PDAs. Systems are easier to use than ever before. We also recommend simple deterrents like video cameras near entryways. We pride ourselves on personal attention and service. When you call with a service matter, you will speak to someone who can answer all your questions.
Intrusion alarms for business applications secure perimeters with monitoring and detection. These systems create a strong defense with visible deterrents and hidden sensors. Physical security is your first line of defense. Door contacts are used for entry doors and all windows that open and slide. Glass break detectors add a level of security because they use sound or vibration sensing to trigger an alarm. Glass can be made burglar resistant with polyester films. Motion detectors monitor for movement near points of an entry. Outdoor surveillance cameras offer another level of protection. Keep burglars away from your business with outdoor surveillance cameras that notice you are protected by Metrolina Alarm. Thieves will be more apt to look for an easier target. Your system is backed by a 24/7 team that knows how to respond promptly and appropriately. When you call with a service matter, you will speak to someone who can answer all your questions.
The ability to remain self-sufficient in one's own home is so very important to the elderly or people with a disability. Medical monitoring and alert systems help people maintain their independence with help on call at the touch of a button. Emergency pendants can be worn around the neck or on the wrist. They have easy-to-use buttons that can be pushed in the event of emergency. A base station detects the call, and uses a speakerphone for communication to emergency personnel. Innovative monitoring technology has expanded the capabilities of in-home systems. Motion sensors can record when a loved one gets out of bed. Then, electronic reports can alert family to any changes in routine. Home health monitoring systems can use telemedicine technologies to monitor implanted cardiac devices, glucose levels and more. GPS systems can monitor the movement of Alzheimer's patients. Medical monitoring and "smart home" systems improve quality of life for your loved ones and give you peace of mind knowing that they are safe and secure.
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