Intrusion technology now allows you to remotely arm, disarm, control temperature, lighting, locks, overhead doors, set up special notifications for water, humidity sensors and much more.
Understanding the difference between residential and commercial systems is very important as well as the pros and cons when installing wireless verses hardwired systems.
Looking for the most inexpensive system is not prudent like looking for the cheapest equipment for mountain climbing or a good buy on a parachute. It is wise to look for a company that has the experience, is trained and has the appropriate staff to handle your project.
Peak is a locally family owned company. Peak Alarm has specialized sales people that have experience in the field that you need whether it be access control, cameras, fire alarm or intrusion.
Peak Alarm normally is not the lowest bidder although we have been in business since 1969, employee over 300 locals, have offices in Utah and Idaho, have a UL listed Central Station, we have a full service Guard and Patrol Division, we have a full service alarm division for commercial and residential installations.