Security concerns

Each panel is a bit different

Each panel is a bit different

Many have security concerns such as what if someone breaks the glass and comes in a window?

What if someone cuts our phone line?

What if someone breaks through the wall next door?

What if an ex-employee tries to get in using their old code and password?

We have had all of the above happen and more. Believe me, when someone wants to get in they will although having a professional security system can be a deterrent and make it less likely that these things will happen to you when you are not the easiest target.

Optional Solutions
Have motions, door contacts and glass break sensors installed.
Have a cellular or radio installed so getting your phone line cut will not be an issue.
Change your codes and passwords whenever employees are let go or leave. Delete their code the same day and change the password that same day.
Do you have a security contact on your roof hatch?

Peak Alarm has the man power, professional experience and know how to address each of these concerns. Peak Alarm has been in business for over 46 years and we have offices in Utah and Idaho along with our local UL listed central station, patrol, guard and AV divisions you can count on Peak Alarm.

Call Larry Love 801 428 1384 Larry@peakalarm.com

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Why should I avoid a big box store camera system?

When a product is quite a bit less expensive you need to question why.

When a product is quite a bit less expensive you need to question why.

Mystery meat is one thing but mystery camera systems is another. Often what happens is someone will come to Peak Alarm for a real system after having purchased these cheap camera systems from a big box store.

Peak Alarm offers solutions to your camera needs at very reasonable prices with high quality equipment.

When you pay for a professional installation using quality equipment you will note that there is a very big difference. It is the same with cars. A luxury car is made quite differently from an entry level car built for the masses.

1. Many times the equipment will be questionable and when you do the math sometimes you end up getting a camera system for $50 or $100 dollars per camera. Think about it carefully, you do get what you pay for.

2. Much of the time the cable and the connectors are not universal but will only work with that particular system so my advice is to buy 2 or three of those systems so you have replacements because later on the factories do not build or support many of these low end systems when trying to get parts.

3. IP and Analog cameras are very different and with IP you get a much higher resolution. IP cameras can also have very similar specifications yet be very different. We have an awesome quality camera that is 2.8mm to 12mm Verifocal, IP66 weather rated, 3MP, vandal dome for $400 dollars yet we also offer an AXIS brand camera with very similar specifications for over $1000 each.

4. Do you want to be able to recognize people or identify them? Lower end cameras often leave much to be desired when you want to provide the police with a disk or USB stick. The differences between AXIS cameras and big box store cameras are like night and day.

5. Peak Alarm has over 46 years of experience and is licensed, insured and factory trained to install camera systems. I am an AXIS CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL and many other employees and techs here at Peak Alarm also have this same certification. In order to obtain this we took a week course and a grueling test which not everyone passed. Others had to study, review and then retake the test to pass it.

Call Larry Love 801 428 1384 or email Larry@peakalarm.com for camera system pricing in Utah or Idaho. On the Wasatch Front area we can stop in and do a no cost consutation for your cameras, security, fire alarm or access control systems.

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Peak Alarm has been in business for 46 years, has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, has their own local UL listed Central Station, has their own Guard and Patrol Division, has their own AV division, Alarm division, CAD department and much more. When you think of a full service alarm company think of Peak Alarm. No other company in Utah offers the same line up of services from one company. Larry Love has over 20 years of experience in the security industry and also served on the Alarm Systems board for DOPL for over 7 years. Peak pays their taxes, insurance and keeps their employees factory trained.

2015 Utah Monitoring company of the year

Monitoring company of the year 2015

Monitoring company of the year 2015

Peak Alarm was presented with the Monitoring company of the year award for 2015 at the ESA Electronic Security Association meeting 9/23/15 at the Marriott in Salt Lake City

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Peak alarm the only full service alarm company of it’s type in the state of Utah won this prestigious award for 2015. Steve Kappel the President of the company and Clint Beecroft the General Manager received the award. Peak Alarm maintains a current UL listed Central Station which is also 5 diamond certified (only 200 central station in the entire nation meet these two criteria)

Peak has a full Guard and Patrol Division which is very helpful since Salt Lake City Police have a non response policy in Salt Lake City. Peak Guard and Patrol can respond much sooner than the police department in most cases.

Peak Alarm also has an AV Department which was rated #18 in the country by CE Pro Magazine this year 2015

Peak Alarm has over 270 employees and maintains an A+ rating with the better business bureau.

The Board of the Electronic Security Association of Utah presented the award at their annual function.

Peak Alarm also holds the certifications for UL 2050 Design, installation and monitoring and has been in business for over 46 years

Some Central Stations in Utah include Vivint, Avantguard, Denco, Armed Alert and others.

Avantguard web site
Denco Monitoring central station web site
Vivint safewise web site
Armed Alert central Station web site

If any of these links need to be updated or removed please let me know and I will do so. Not all Central Stations are UL listed nor are all of them 5 Diamond Certified so verify before you buy. When additional companies notify me I will be happy to list their web site link as well and a phone number and a short blurb.

Larry Love can help you with monitoring pricing, questions or concerns as well as Access Control, Fire Alarm, Security and camera pricing. Larry has over 20 years in the industry and you can call him directly at 801 428 1384 or email him at Larry@peakalarm.com

Peak Alarm can customize a monitoring plan to meet your budget and needs. We can do agreements with most any length such as month to month, 12, 24, 36, 48 or 60 months. Our most popular agreement length is 36 since it is not too long yet it is long enough that we can subsidize part of your installation into the monthly cost. Peak Alarm uses state of the art equipment.

Salt Lake City Electrical Contractors with low voltage divisions

Trust Peak Alarm for all your security & fire alarm needs.

Trust Peak Alarm for all your security & fire alarm needs.

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Salt Lake City Electrical Contractors with low voltage divisions

CVE – Cache Valley Electric has their AVTEC division that does low voltage systems

Avtec web site which is part of CVE

Wasatch Electric has their low voltage division and it is called COMTECH

Comtech division with Wasatch Electric Web site

Salmon Electric has their low voltage division and it is called WIRETECH

Wiretech division of Salmon electric web site

Peak Alarm periodically works with the above companies all which are licensed, insured and very well known companies. Peak Alarm has been in the low voltage business for 46 years now doing Fire Alarm, Security, Access Control and Camera Systems. We also offer professional CAD drawings and design. Combined with our AV division Peak Alarm is a full service alarm company

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Larry Love will be happy to remove or add links in order to update this blog, please let him know the current information via email Larry@peakalarm.com and he will add your company if you are an electrical contractor with a low voltage division in Salt Lake City / Utah .

Peak Alarm has their own AV (Audio Visual Division)
Peak has their own local UL listed Central Station for Monitoring
Peak Alarm has a full Guard and Patrol Division
Peak has offices in Utah and Idaho serving Boise, Idaho Falls and surrounding areas and all of Utah.
Peak Alarm does not run your credit report when you purchase from Peak
Peak Alarm has a current A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau

Have a clear picture of what you want

Get it done right not cheap

It might be free but most of the time the free systems work out costing much more than getting it done right.

Write down an outline of what you wish to accomplish. Have clear end results listed.

Have a plan drawn up with the device locations of where you think things should be installed

Hire a alarm consultant to go over your outline and plans with you to refine and make educated professional suggestions.

Be clear about your budget so you can stick to a system that will fit within your budget.

You don’t need motion detectors in every room unless you have a specific plan that requires this, you can have trap areas where motions are placed strategically, decide if glass break sensors would be appropriate for your application, consider water, temperature, air flow, humidity, panic buttons, door and window contacts and other sensors that may be a good fit for your installation. Don’t forget to put overhead door contacts on your OHD Overhead doors.

Consider separating the areas of your company so they can be armed and disarmed in different partitions. The shop could be disarmed say at 5AM but the shop employees could not disarm the office. The room where the accounting records is could be armed and disarmed separately as well.

Peak Alarm can help you with a design that would work for your circumstances. Each business is different so we can come out and do a no cost evaluation on the Wasatch front areas, Saint George, Boise, Idaho Falls, and Park City area and help you with the details.

Get online and check each and every company on the Better Business Bureau web site. Be sure to look up their history because several of the companies that compete against us have changed their name several times. Currently one of the companies that has done this has over 3499 complaints on the better business bureau web site. So be sure to check the different listings, check to see if they are BBB accredited or not, check their reviews. Peak Alarm has had 3 complaints filed in the last year compared to hundreds or thousands from our competitors. Don’t get caught listening to their low prices and fancy talk. Check them out first.

Official Better Business Bureau web site. Enter Zip then company names.

Steer clear of proprietary products that only one company in your state can provide, program, install and service.

Go for something in between the extremes. One extreme is a product that only one company can provide therefore you are locked into their higher labor rate and their higher parts rates. The other extreme is a product that every alarm dealer can install which leaves you open to companies that are not experienced, companies that may not do a professional installation.

Peak Alarm installs brands such as DMP, DSX, Bosch, Hochiki, Silent Knight, Firelite, AXIS and others. These products are not exclusive although all of these products require special factory training so the installers need to be a cut above the rest. Some of these products have limited their distribution to a few companies although you are more likely to get a professional installation yet there is still competition with pricing because you are not limited to just one company. DMP has I believe 5 Alarm dealers in Salt Lake City right now. DSX has 4 the last time I checked and Bosch had about 6 dealers.

Consider a professional camera installation rather than a system from a big box store that ends up costing you about $50 to $100 per camera. When you spend $100 on a camera that is exactly what you get is a hundred dollar camera. You spend seven times that on your cell phone and a security system should Merritt you taking the equipment seriously. There is a big difference between a 700 TVL analog camera and a 3MP camera. Learn the differences. There are cameras that are 3MP from an overseas company that cost 1/2 of what a Bosch 3MP camera or AXIS camera cost and there are reasons for that. Be careful when trying to cut corners on price because most of the time you will end up cutting on quality and features as well as warranty.

Peak Alarm has been in business for over 46 years, has an A+ rating with the BBB and has their own local UL listed Central Station, their own AV division, their own Alarm division, their own Guard and Patrol division and offices in 5 cities in Utah and Idaho.

Call Larry Love (801) 428 1384 or email Larry at Larry@PeakAlarm.com

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Unintended consequences

Try to think 5 steps ahead like a chess player in all you do.

Try to think 5 steps ahead like a chess player in all you do.

As with anything in life I strive to analyze the options and what the possible consequences would be when I act on any of those options

Some of my co workers and I were discussing the immigration problems and they had several comments like “Someone has got to do something” “We should build the wall” “Forget the wall just put a kill zone in with automatic weapons that kills anything crossing” and the list goes on.

There are some fact that we need to consider before we make any of those decisions. The facts and the possible consequences need to be considered before we take any action. Here are a few of those facts and some possible consequences. I am not on any side here and I believe we should uphold the law. I pointed out that most of the problem here is caused by us, the people and the companies that hire those that come in illegally. A tile setter in Texas makes 14 to 16 dollars an hour. The undocumented people that do the same work can charge as little as $5 dollars an hour and it is very difficult for a legitimate company that is paying unemployment insurance, liability insurance, taxes, overtime, benefits, health insurance and so forth to compete with individuals that do decent work and have no licensing and undercut their pricing. This is not right although it is happening. So the homeowner has to be willing to pay the higher price to the licensed contractor to do what is right although many people say “I want to help the poor undocumented person who is trying to support a family” when really what they are doing is hurting American businessmen. Having seen this happen I have also found out that many companies end up pulling strings in order to hire undocumented workers in order to compete in the market place.

1. Undocumented people send billions of dollars out of the country to their families which ends up being privately funded humanitarian help.
What if this money was not longer sent to these countries because the undocumented people were sent back? Would it cause any issues?

2. Deporting 12 million (or a more realistic number of 20 million ) undocumented people would take over 24 years to accomplish.

3. Deporting the undocumented people would also mean that they would either leave their 6 million US Citizen children for the states to take care of

4. Who would pay to support these children?

5. Imagine Mexico who already is suffering greatly with employment problems if all of a sudden they had another 10 million people enter the country.

6. When we say we don’t care what happens in Mexico we are only fooling ourselves since what happens in another country ends up affecting us financially in a big way sooner or later. Looking at Macro-economics we can learn from the past and predict what may happen in the future.

7. Undocumented people do many jobs that American Citizens do not want. If these people are deported many industries would suffer greatly such as the hotel, food, agriculture, construction and other industries that depend on these workers.

8. Some people say the market would self correct with time although in the mean time the great financial problems that would be caused would devastate the US.

9. Undocumented people pay billions into the social security tax mismatched funds and without them doing so the program would fall apart much sooner than it would without the undocumented people putting into it.

10. Texas is one state that has stopped issuing birth certificates to those born in the country without a father and a mother that are US Citizens. All of the 49 other States recognize that children born within the US are US Citizens. Some people argue what “Under jurisdiction” means. So they say that the undocumented people’s babies are not US Citizens because they are not under the jurisdiction of the US and then the people realize that they cannot get a Mexican birth certificate either so they are not recognized in any country. This make these type of people go even further underground.

11. Crossing the border without the proper documents is not a felony but it is a civil infraction of a federal law. If they get caught doing it then it can be one thing, if they don’t get caught it falls into a completely different category.

12. Do we separate families?

13. Obama has deported more people than any other president and he said he would only go over criminals although almost 50 percent of those he deported have no criminal record but they were easier to deport because they were not hiding.

14. There is no legal line for Mexicans to get into like everyone keeps saying “If they did it legally we would not have an issue with them” but when there is no legal way for them to come into the US they do it illegally.

15. A cousin that is already here will tell them he will lend them $5000 or $7000 in order for them to get here and when they come they will work and pay off the loan with interest. Many of them only make between $60 and $200 dollars a month in their countries and here they can make many times that.

16. We keep talking about a WALL yet there are special trucks in Mexico that pull up and a mechanical ladder goes up and over and then the people go up and over. There are many tunnels being dug as soon as they bury one another pops up. Many come in boats when they pay rich drug dealers to bring them over. Many come over legally and over stay their visas. This is the most common.

17. Deporting them all would hurt the country financially and emotionally. Charging them all a fine (say $5000) each would help pay for the programs and they would not be put ahead in the line to get citizenship although they would be given permission to work and they would not need to hide.

18. I have friends that have worked for 9 years at the same place with no benefits making minimum wage and they work overtime and don’t get paid for it. This is taking advantage of the people and who is responsible for this? We are, the American People, the American businesses.

19. We can save a buck so we do it.

20. For us to consider any of the options we should ask ourselves what the consequences would be and we should also look at the unintended consequences as well and have someone analyze all the data.

21. For people that say they don’t pay taxes I can point out that they pay gas tax, food tax, property tax if they are paying any kind of rent, and the list goes on. They are consumers and so they end up paying taxes. You say that many of them get paid under the table and avoid taxes although you also need to know that most of the time they make less, get no overtime, no medical insurance and often will avoid the ER unlike many of the poor american people that abuse it. Sure there are undocumented people that abuse the system.

22. I find it interesting that most of the people begging in the streets are white people with signs, the Hispanics for the most part seek to work to get the money.

23. I can’t say they don’t bring crime, drugs and other problems although the main consumers of those drugs are US Citizens which brings the problem back into our court again.

24. If we stop hiring them less will come, if we stop buying their drugs less will come. It really does come down to money and of course the concept of a better life.

25. I did a study of the cost of living in Isabel Morales Guatemala and the cost of living (without a car but just with a small used motorcycle) would be $600 a month. If you work in the banana factory you can make 200 a month working 6 days a week. If you work in other jobs you make about $60 a month. If you have 3 people in your home making $200 you can make the cost of living for 2 people. I was going to move there with my family and then I found out the Guatemalan government charges US Citizens to live in Guatemala. The charge is about $25 dollars every three months but if you have 3 kids then every three months you need to pay $75 which is more than a months wage for a regular job or almost half a months wage if you have a really go job. Now after you pay the Guatemalan government what will you pay your bills with?

26. So, I don’t advocate that they move here illegally although I can certainly see why they do what they do.

Complaints against Peak Alarm

Give us a chance to make it right

Give us a chance to make it right

Check on the Better Business Bureau official web site Better Business Bureau Web site enter your zip code and then look up the company. Be sure to read each company report if they have several listed. Some of the companies have changed their names several times. Peak Alarm has had 3 complaints filed in the last 3 years and all complaints have been resolved.

Be sure to check each company that you get bids from on the Better Business Bureau before you buy from them.

One of our competitors has had 3,499 complaints filed in the last 36 months as of 9/18/15 and the following is a breakout of the issues :

Advertising Sales Issues 451
Billing and collection issues 771
Delivery issues 25
Guarantee/Warranty issues 27
Problems with product or service 2224
Total complaints 3499

This alarm company has a D+ rating with the BBB and they are not accredited. This company has changed their name several three times.

Peak Alarm has an A+ rating with the BBB and they are accredited. Peak has never changed their name in the last 46 years of business. Peak Alarm has their own UL listed Central Station that is 5 Diamond Certified (One of 200 UL listed Central Stations in the country that is both UL and 5 Diamond rated.

Peak has 270 employees and when a company gets larger sometimes it is a challenge to get to the right person or department. For this reason Peak has ongoing monthly training that is set up to help improve employee performance. Peak Alarm takes each and every complaint seriously and we strive to resolve the issue to the best of our ability. Granted there are customers that get very upset no matter what we do. I spoke with the CEO and the President of Peak Alarm and they both agreed that they consider all negative feedback that is valid and strive to fix any issues so they do not happen again. Peak Alarm records all of their calls except the secure calls made for credit cards to keep the information personal. When complaints are filed Peak goes back and listens to the recordings to make sure that Peak Alarm employees are not stepping out of line. If there is an employee that is responding negatively to a customer they receive a warning and if positive changes do not occur then action is taken.

Peak Alarm has not paid SEO companies to remove or mitigate any negative comments and the people that have posted negative seem to have written negative comments on several pages so much of what is found online is narrowed down to just a few people. It is interesting that these people did not file their complaints with the Better Business Bureau because they know that they investigate both sides of the issue. Any large company will end up getting complaints filed against them. Looking at the 3 complaints that Peak has received in the last 3 years and comparing those three complaints to the hundreds and thousands of complaints our competitors have had filed against them actually tells the real story.

Call Larry Love x384 for additional information about Peak Alarm. (801) 428 1384 Main number is 801 486 7231 Larry@peakalarm.com

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2G cellular for security going away

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Don't live in the past get your 2g unit replaced

Don’t live in the past get your 2g unit replaced

Public service information from AT&T posted by Peak Alarm’s commercial sales team and Larry Love in regards to 2g being taken down. This means if your cellular unit on your security system is 2g then it will stop functioning soon and it does not mean anything is wrong with your unit it is just that AT&T will no longer support the older technology.

©2014 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T, the AT&T logo and all other AT&T marks contained herein are
trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property and/or AT&T affiliated companies.
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding 2G Sunset
1. Why are you shutting down your 2G network?
Mobile data traffic in the United States grew by 75,000 percent over a six-year span, from 2001-2006. In the six years that followed, mobile data traffic on AT&T’s national wireless network increased more than 50,000 percent (from January 2007 through December 2013). Reallocating capacity to our more advanced wireless networks will help more of our customers have a better experience.

2. The network turn down is not until 2017. Why are you sending me reminders now?
We believe it’s important for us to be transparent about our plans for the 2G network. Our spectrum reallocation efforts have already begun and will continue between now and January 1, 2017. We may turn down some markets entirely before 2017. We’re taking advantage of the long lead time to work proactively with customers who are using our 2G network today to manage their migration to the more advanced networks.

3. You say that you’ll work closely with customers to manage the migration process. How will customers be alerted of the transition and how will you ensure it’s a smooth process?
We’re committed to working closely with customers to make this process as easy as possible. In cases where we’re turning down AT&T’s owned and operated 2G network, we’ll continue to communicate specific details well in advance of turning down the network and work hard to ensure mobile communication needs are met throughout the process.

4. Why can’t AT&T allocate a small portion of its spectrum to accommodate subscribers who don’t want to transition?
Maintaining our 2G network to serve a small number of customers wouldn’t be an efficient use of our spectrum, which can be better used to support our 3G and 4G networks. By making this transition, M2M customers will be able to enhance their applications and solutions with new features (i.e. video cameras for real-time streaming/records for alarm solutions, driver dash cameras for fleet trucks, etc.) because of the higher speeds of the upgraded network, allowing them to better serve their customers and employees. This would not be possible on the 2G network.

5. Is this one way that you’re addressing the issue of limited spectrum?
We are happy with how our network is performing, but we are always looking to augment our spectrum position. In fact, we closed more than 60 spectrum deals in 2013 alone. Aside from the spectrum acquisitions, we’ve invested more than $140 billion of capital and spectrum acquisitions in our wireline and wireless networks in the last six years, and we plan to invest approximately $21 billion this year. We are getting better spectral efficiency with our LTE network, and we’re on track to begin the WCS build as planned in 2015.
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trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property and/or AT&T affiliated companies.

6. So do you have plans to turn down your 3G network to put spectrum that’s currently used for 3G
to 4G service?
We currently have no plans to turn down our 3G network.

7. Will customers experience issues with the network during this transition?
We anticipate a smooth transition. It’s unlikely but possible that some 2G customers could see minor
temporary service issues while we’re completing this work. We’ll work hard to ensure they continue to
receive a good network experience.

8. For customers who do transition to a more advanced 3G/4G device, will their coverage be
comparable to what they have on the 2G network today?
We anticipate coverage will be comparable to the coverage they received from our 2G network. Our 3G
network has virtually nationwide coverage, and we have the nation’s largest 4G network, currently
covering nearly 280 million people. A 4G device will operate on the 3G network when customers are not
in areas with 4G coverage.

9. Is it true that your competitors will continue to offer service on their 2G network? Why is AT&T
shutting down its 2G network so early?
We can’t speak to our competitors’ plans. Adding spectrum and managing our existing spectrum for its
most efficient use provides customers with the best wireless experience. This is a top priority for AT&T.

10. How will AT&T help Connected Device and M2M customers adapt to a post-2G world?
AT&T is committed to providing clear, advance notice and communications about our 2G migration and
to working closely with our customers to manage the transition. Ultimately, customers are responsible
for planning hardware upgrades in a reasonable timeframe prior to planned network shut downs, but
AT&T has developed programs, such as our Mobile Broadband Accelerator program, to promote
adoption of newer 3G and 4G technologies.
M2M 3G Adoption External Website:
AT&T web site for 2G information
Mobile Broadband External Website:
http://www.att.com/edo/getConnected/getConnected.jsp?primary=020000#/CoverPage

11. Will AT&T continue to certify 2G modules and devices?
No. AT&T has discontinued certification of 2G hardware. In order to support key customers, AT&T
provides maintenance release code for EDO and MVNO devices ONLY when a specific need requires
updated code.
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trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property and/or AT&T affiliated companies.

12. I’ve heard that not all devices using GSM are traditional devices, some are automated machines. How are these devices impacted?
In addition to traditional handsets, AT&T supports machine-to-machine (M2M) communications for a variety of connected devices, including those found in cars, power meters, shipping containers, wind turbines, vending machines and more. Some of these devices run on 2G/GSM (GPRS/EDGE) technology and will be impacted by our 2G network transition plan.

13. How does this affect my in-building solution?
Service for in-building solutions that are 2G based will be discontinued with this technology sunset.

14. Your competitors have made public statements that they intend to support their respective 2G technologies until at least 2020. Why isn’t AT&T?
As devices rapidly upgrade from 2G to newer technologies, carriers are shifting spectrum and other network resources to support this change, while also bringing new spectrum into service for 3G and 4G. AT&T, like all other companies, must make a business decision about how to allocate limited resources given the explosion of the mobile Internet.
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trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property and/or AT&T affiliated companies.

15. When will AT&T mandate that our 2G resellers/M2M clients stop activating and/or re-activating 2G devices?
AT&T is working closely with M2M customers to ensure that 2G activations are discontinued as soon as possible.

16. Will AT&T help me with the development cost of my business’ migration?
Customers are responsible for planning hardware upgrades in a reasonable timeframe prior to planned network shut downs, but AT&T has developed initiatives, such as our Mobile Broadband Accelerator program, to promote adoption of newer 3G and 4G technologies.

17. How does this affect my company’s service agreement, will ETFs apply if I cancel service due to the 2G migration?
A new business mobility contract is not required, however if you upgrade your individual lines of service — now or at a later date — you may need to make a new line commitment term and may be subject to ETF per the conditions in your business mobility agreement.

18. How will enterprise customers headquartered in one market be notified about the sunset of their 2G subscribers in another market?
We’re committed to working closely with customers to make this process as easy as possible. In cases where we’re turning down AT&T’s owned and operated 2G network, we’ll communicate with specific details regarding impacted subscribers well in advance of turning down the network and work hard to ensure their mobile communications needs are met throughout the process.

This information was not written by me, this information comes directly from AT&T and this is not meant to infringe on any copyrights because we give full credit to AT&T for this information. Peak Alarm does replace the old 2g units with new ones so when you need that done in Utah or Idaho call Larry Love 801 428 1384 or email him at Larry@peakalarm.com

Peak Alarm has been in business for 46 years plus and currently has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. Peak has all their licensing and insurance up to date as well as their factory training. Peak has 270 employees and five offices to serve you. Peak has their own UL listed central station that is five diamond certified (only 200 central stations in the nation have this prestigious certification as well as the UL listing) Peak is UL listed for UL 2050 (UL2050) installs and monitoring which is for high security sites.

CVSG CRZH CPVX CRZM UL2050 Peak Alarm

UL2050 ask for Larry Love

Peak Alarm CVSG CRZH CPVX CRZM UL 2050 UL2050 High Security installation and monitoring company Utah Idaho BP8607 BP20762 BP2433 BP20783

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Peak Alarm has been in business for over 46 years and is certified for installation and monitoring from UL for UL2050 high security alarm systems which is used by private entities and the Government. Peak Alarm has a current rating of A+ with the BBB.org

Call Larry Love at 801 428 1384 or email him at Larry@peakalarm.com Larry is trained in UL 2050 design and Peak Alarm is one of the few companies that can meet this requirement in Utah and Idaho. Peak Alarm also has a full Guard and Patrol Division as well as an AV division so we can be your full service company.

UL 2050 has special requirements on how security systems are installed and how they are monitored. Call Larry and he can come out to your site in Utah in the Wasatch front area to do a no cost onsite evaluation. It is best when you have a drawing of the building and a specification of the room or area that needs the certification. The portion of the work that will be certified via UL2050 will be the security system and the monitoring so other aspects such as the cameras and the access control can also be added to the installation as well.

Typically we will install a special panel that meets the requirements with a tamper behind the panel and inside the panel, often we install vibration sensors to detect if the wall is being drilled. (depends on location of the panel) The entire system will be in conduit and the screws will be ground off, the junction boxes will have tamper switches installed so if someone trying to access any of the wire connections the system will alert the central station of the issue. System coverage will be designed to meet the specific need of your room or area. Sometimes we install motions in the room and above the drop tile ceiling depending on the configuration and the construction.

Keeping security simple

46 years in business

46 years in business

Peak Alarm has security packages to help keep the process simple. After being in business for 46 years Peak Alarm is striving to improve each and every month.

Our Peaklink basic package includes Panel,cellular communicator, keypad, siren, battery, 3 door or window contacts and one motion.

This package is $99 dollars installed and $39 dollars per month for 36 months

Adding additional contacts is only $65 each installed and adding additional motions,glass breaks or smoke,freeze,heat senors is $130 each

Peak Alarm does not pull your credit report as many companies do.

Peak Alarm has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau

We offer different lengths of agreements when 36 months is not right for you.

Peak Alarm is also a UL listed local Central Station and we have our own guard and patrol division. Peak Alarm also has an AV (Audio Visual) division that ranked #18 in the country. Peak is a full service company.

Call Larry Love 801 428 1384 or email Larry at Larry@peakalarm.com

We design the systems specifically for each situation according to your needs. Peak does more commercial business than residential although we have techs that are experienced in both. Peak is licensed, insured and certified.

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