Guardian Security offers custom systems to protect your business from robbery, vandalism,
and theft from inside. It is important to know your “assets” are protected. Guardian Security
services large establishments such as government buildings, retail buildings, jewelry stores,
and more. We have helped keep these large businesses safe for over 39 years. We offer many
options to do so, such as hold-up switches, photo beams, glass break sensors, video surveillance and much more.

Secrets Alarm Companies Keep From Consumers

Are you stuck with us?
One common complaint from alarm system customers is that their alarm contracts renew automatically anywhere from 3 to 10 years, depending on the company. If you’re in a 3 year contract you could be hooked into another 3 year term at the end of the expiration date. We offer 1, 2 and 3 year agreements that renew only if the customer wants them to renew, and only for 1 year at a time.

Is your contract “for sale”
Most of the companies that offer “free security systems” are acting as brokers or “authorized dealers” for large national security companies. These “Broker” companies sell your monitoring contract to the highest bidder. The higher the monthly monitoring and equipment fee, the more valuable the contract. We do not sell our monitoring agreements. We pride ourselves on being local, family owned, sales, service, and installation company.

Is your alarm system really free?
If you remember the old saying, “there is no such thing as a free lunch,” it shouldn’t be hard to believe that there is no such thing as a “free” security system. The free alarm system has to be funded. If your equipment is “free”, more than likely, strings are attached. For example, to get your “free” alarm, you may have to sign a long-term and expensive monthly rate monitoring contract. We will sell a security system and install for a fair price, and from that point on you pay a low monthly rate for monitoring.

Is the company you hired really doing the install?
Most alarm companies are just dealers for the company they represent or will hire a third party retailer to perform the install. In most cases, the installer will show up without a company logo on their shirt or/and in their personal vehicle. We do not use sub-contractors for service or installation. Our technicians are company employees.

Who will perform service?
The company that installed the security system is usually not the same company that is providing service when you need it. Our technicians are company employees. The same technicians that install your security system are the same technicians that will provide any necessary service.

Does your credit score mean more than your safety?
Before installing a security system, most alarm companies will run a credit check to determine if you are “worthy” of protection. If you do not meet their minimum qualification, you may be faced with not being eligible for a system at all. We believe that everyone who wants or needs security service should be eligible to protect their home and family. For that reason, we will not run a credit check.