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Postby Happy Mom » Wed Oct 26, 2011 6:08 pm

Re: Home Invasions

Unread postby South Bender » Wed Oct 26, 2011 2:55 pm
We've got Per Mar (formerly Indiana Security) setup in our home. Much longer tract record, and many MANY more features and options. Plus, we pay less than $25 per month monitoring. Doesn't just offer window/door sensors. We have glass-break sensors, hard wired smoke detectors/carbon monoxide detectors, intercom system, and outstanding service and installation technicians. Highly recommended.

http://www.permarsecurity.com/your-home/


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Re: Security Firms

Postby Happy Mom » Thu Oct 27, 2011 5:58 am

Re: Home Invasions

Unread postby backstagedee » Wed Oct 26, 2011 8:28 pm

South Bender wrote:We've got Per Mar (formerly Indiana Security) setup in our home. Much longer tract record, and many MANY more features and options. Plus, we pay less than $25 per month monitoring. Doesn't just offer window/door sensors. We have glass-break sensors, hard wired smoke detectors/carbon monoxide detectors, intercom system, and outstanding service and installation technicians. Highly recommended.

http://www.permarsecurity.com/your-home/

Unread postby backstagedee » Wed Oct 26, 2011 8:28 pm
I completely disagree with the above recommendation, at least in a commercial application. Nothing but trouble, false alarms, 3 AM - half hour drives, escorting Cops through 4 levels of nooks and crannies and false alarm fines from SBPD. No thanks. Since we changed to CV Tech our only alarms have been the real deal - 3 of them.
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Re: Security Firms

Postby southsider » Thu Oct 27, 2011 12:34 pm

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Re: Security Firms

Postby South Bender » Tue Nov 01, 2011 4:20 pm

Happy Mom wrote:Re: Home Invasions

Unread postby backstagedee » Wed Oct 26, 2011 8:28 pm

South Bender wrote:We've got Per Mar (formerly Indiana Security) setup in our home. Much longer tract record, and many MANY more features and options. Plus, we pay less than $25 per month monitoring. Doesn't just offer window/door sensors. We have glass-break sensors, hard wired smoke detectors/carbon monoxide detectors, intercom system, and outstanding service and installation technicians. Highly recommended.

http://www.permarsecurity.com/your-home/

Unread postby backstagedee » Wed Oct 26, 2011 8:28 pm
I completely disagree with the above recommendation, at least in a commercial application. Nothing but trouble, false alarms, 3 AM - half hour drives, escorting Cops through 4 levels of nooks and crannies and false alarm fines from SBPD. No thanks. Since we changed to CV Tech our only alarms have been the real deal - 3 of them.


One thing I did notice is the glass-break sensors can go off if something creates a similar frequency to glass breaking....for example, a baby gate falling over onto a tile floor because a fat lazy cat tried climbing over it instead of jumping!
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Re: Security Firms

Postby Bingo » Tue Nov 01, 2011 7:47 pm

That's the only thing that sets off my Per Mar glass brake system is my 3 cats chasing each other and knocking things down on my wooden bedroom floors... :think:
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Re: Security Firms

Postby backstagedee » Tue Nov 01, 2011 7:53 pm

I had the most trouble with their motion detection. We had to bypass several zones to arm the alarms... They never seemed to be able to fix the issue. It cost me several hundred $ in false alarm fines, less protection than I paid for and several middle of the night rides to meet with cops who weren't always pleasant about having to wait 30 minutes for me to drive in from Osceola. Good riddance.
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Re: Security Firms

Postby South Bender » Wed Nov 02, 2011 3:21 pm

backstagedee wrote:I had the most trouble with their motion detection. We had to bypass several zones to arm the alarms... They never seemed to be able to fix the issue. It cost me several hundred $ in false alarm fines, less protection than I paid for and several middle of the night rides to meet with cops who weren't always pleasant about having to wait 30 minutes for me to drive in from Osceola. Good riddance.


Motion detection hardware is very glichy unless you have the absolute top-dollar equipment, which at that point it isn't worth having to begin with unless you are a multi-million dollar company.
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Re: Security Firms

Postby backstagedee » Wed Nov 02, 2011 8:08 pm

I learned that long after they sold me on the idea that I needed them (7 zones) and charged me a lot of money to install them and run several hundred feet of wire.
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Re: Security Firms

Postby John Q Public » Thu Nov 03, 2011 5:29 pm

Stay away from wireless devices unless the building is small. The signal strength from the device back to the panel isn't always enough to get the job done, even with a booster. One nano second break in the signal will result in an alarm activation.
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