Burglar Alarms are designed to help keep your property and its inhabitants safe. Bulldog Fire and Security installs customized security solutions that are scalable, easy to use, and ideal for commercial or residential buildings.
Our certified in-house technicians will install and service your burglar alarm system. This ensures quality service by knowledgeable technicians who know your system and products. Additionally, all of Bulldog’s systems are monitored in our ULC-listed, Five-Diamond Certified alarm monitoring station.
Our Systems Are Ideal For:
- Commercial Buildings
- Industrial Buildings
- Small, Medium, and Large Businesses
- Residential Buildings
What Is An Burglar Alarm System?
When applied on its own or as part of an integrated security solution, an intrusion alarm system is utilized to detect the presence of intruders, and send alerts in the event of a security event.
Burglar Alarm Systems utilize devices such as door contacts, glass break sensors, motion detectors, sirens, and strobes to keep your property secure. Through the use of a Burglar Alarm System, a would-be thief can be detected when attempting to enter your premise, and an audible and/or visual alert can be triggered on site while simultaneously sending an alert to an alarm monitoring station where it is acted upon by trained operators as predetermined by you.
In an integrated setup, multiple systems are combined to create a comprehensive unified security solution. This can include, but not be limited to:
Components of a Burglar Alarm System
An intrusion alarm system consists of many different components that work together to keep your facility safe from a variety of threats.
- Motion detectors – these devices work in tandem with your security control panel, which can initiate the activation of lights, cameras, alarms, or a PA system.
- Indoor and outdoor cameras – cameras are a valuable part of most intrusion alarm systems. They can be used to record and/or display live footage to your mobile device or tablet.
- Glass break detectors – this sensor detects the frequency the sound of breaking glass makes and sets off an alarm.
- Carbon monoxide detectors – an extremely important detector that monitors for the presence of lethal carbon monoxide gas.
- Door Contacts – these devices detect when a door or window opens or closes. Although this is an older technology, it is still incredibly useful as doors and windows remain the most likely point of a threat.
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