Choosing your Monitoring Company is important. There are many discount Monitoring Companies to choose from but with Dial One Security you are getting decades of experience in monitoring of your home and business alarms.

Security Monitoring

When it comes time to protecting your home or family, Dial One Security’s top priority is to provide fast and reliable monitoring of your alarm signals. Upon receiving an alarm signal our central station operators will quickly notify you, or your emergency contacts, of the alarm and contact the authorities if necessary. There is no longer the need to have a landline for your alarm monitoring if you use your mobile phones as your primary home phone. GSM Cellular Communicators not only allow provide you a more secure path of communications to the central station, since there are no wires to cut, but you can save money by eliminating your landline. Call us to find out about switching your monitoring to Dial One Security using a GSM cellular communicator.

Fire Monitoring

Our UL Listed central station watches over your home or business fire system 24 hours a day to keep your family, employees, customers and property protected. Fires can occur at any time of the day or night and often spread fast, so time is of critical importance when a fire alarm signal is sent to the central station. Dial One Security’s central station will notify the fire department immediately upon receiving the alarm to expedite the response time and potentially save lives.

Elevator Monitoring

The elevator code requires that all elevator phones be programmed so that when the emergency call button is pushed, they automatically call a central station which is monitored 24 hrs/day 365 days/year. Dial One Security’s central station is UL Approved and is equipped with redundant systems to ensure your call for help is answered by one of our trained central station operators that can identify the building’s location and elevator, and notify the authorities to get you the help that you need.

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