Underwriters Laboratories Listed Monitoring
The Bonds Alarm U.L. Listed Central Monitoring Station is strategically located in the Scottsdale Airpark. Our operators work closely with local jurisdictions, which enables us to provide quick notification of fires and burglaries.
An intrusion or burglary can be a horrifying experience. The emotional scars of having your personal domain violated can last a lifetime.
Household burglaries are a $6.1 billion business. Every 8 seconds a burglary takes place nationwide. According to recent statistics, the burglary rate for the Phoenix metropolitan area ranks among the top 15 nationally, with over 40,000 burglaries annually!
Central monitoring provides immediate notification of violations to the secured premise to the U.L. Listed Central Monitoring Station.
With proper equipment, wiring and programming, the Central Monitoring Station can even identify the type and location of an emergency!
The Central Monitoring Station might identify an intrusion at the front door, smoke detection, or medical panic. With this distinction, a prompt and appropriate professional response can be initiated.
Medical, fire, police and duress panics can be generated through your security system. Utilizing today’s wireless technology and telephone interfaces, access to your system is within reach at all times.
Our smoke and heat detectors are connected to our U.L. Listed Central Monitoring Station which notifies the Fire Department if heat or smoke activates the alarm.
Many people don’t realize that unmonitored detectors are only an alarm when someone at home; otherwise, the detector will continue to sound as the premises burn, even though the fire department has never been notified!
Homes equipped with U.L. Central Monitoring security systems are 15 times less likely to be burglarized than those without, according to many reports. With today’s monitoring fees costing considerably less than cable TV, it only seems prudent to provide you and your loved ones with the “Best Security Under The Sun”.
Q: Who will call the police or fire department when your alarm sounds?
A: We’ll do it for you! Email us today: mail@BondsAlarm.com