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Peak Alarm is the only local alarm company in Utah that has their own Guard and Patrol division, Alarms and a UL listed Central Station for monitoring

As of this week Peak Alarm has only had one complaint made against it with the Better Business Bureau in the last 3 years

Monitoring pricing is like phone plans, it depends on how much you pay up front and the monthly will depend on the options you decide on.

Plans as low as $26 per month with monitoring over a phone line

Plans as low as $35 per month with a cellular unit so you don’t need phone lines

Plans as low as $40 per month with a cellular unit and the ability to arm and disarm remotely

Plans that are around $46 per month will allow Peak to subsidize a bit more of the equipment up front

Plans as low as $149 installed and $44 per month with Panel, Cell communicator, 1 motion and 3 door contacts

Same equipment as the above plan but $99 dollars installed and $46 per month (includes repair agreement with extended warranty)

Peak Alarm DOES NOT DO CREDIT CHECKS

Many companies start out with their interactive plans at $49 per month and that does not include the extended warranty plan in most cases.

There are many factors that come into play so let Larry come to your home or business and go over what your needs are. If the facility or home is larger than 3500 square feet you may need repeaters. If you have an existing system we can install a new BRAIN and monitor your existing hard wired points. Call Larry 801 428 1384

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Peak Alarm bidding out current construction projects

Peak can do any size project from start to finish

Peak can do any size project from start to finish

Peak Alarm web site ask for Larry Love

We encourage Electrical Contractors and General Contractors to send us plans and specifications so we can bid the projects that you need proposals on. If you have a link to a job and need a price please let us know. Sometimes we have time to get you the bid and sometimes we don’t. If you ask for a price the same day that it bids out the chances are low that we will be able to get you pricing.

Call Larry Love (801) 428 1384 Larry@peakalarm.com for pricing and he can come out and do a no cost site visit to make recommendations for your security, fire alarm, access control or cameras.

Peak Alarm bids out construction projects in Utah and Idaho. We have put some of the jobs that were are bidding online to encourage electrical contractors to call us for pricing. Peak is one of the largest alarm companies in Utah and the only alarm company that has their own local central station, AV Division, Guard /Patrol Division and their own UL Listed Central station.

Most projects have a specific list of manufactures listed in the specification so there are certain companies that can bid these project out and other companies that cannot. Often what occurs is that they will only flat spec products meaning that only one company in the State can bid the job. When they do this it is normally because the engineer is trying to match equipment with and existing fire alarm panel or they may want the same brand in all their facilities. The danger to this is having only one company that can bid so you are locked into their pricing for parts and labor. We call these products proprietary products.

Peak Alarm sends notification of those projects bidding but does not send out pricing to the contractors normally until the bid date and time. This helps prevent what we call price shopping where one contractor will call another subcontractor up to ask if they can bid the price that a specific company already gave them.

Peak Alarm strives to bid the projects to the Specifications and to the PLANS so we don’t have order changes later on. When equipment is not shown it makes this difficult because if the plan shows 22 smoke detectors and everyone bids 22 smoke detectors and then later on they add another 22 so the total is 44 this would change the price. This is the same when one flow switch and one tamper switch is shown on the plans and later they add 8 or 10 more monitor modules to monitor additional items. As a member of the Professional Estimators Society we were instructed to bid off the plans and use the counts listed on the plans so everyone is bidding the same equipment counts.

BID PROCESS:

OWNER HIRES ARCHITECT AND ENGINEERS TO DESIGN THE PROJECT
PLANS GO OUT TO GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUB CONTRACTORS TO BID THE PROJECT
LOW BIDDERS WIN THE JOB AND OFTEN LOW BID MAY NOT BE THE BEST BID SO REVIEWING THE BIDS IS AN IMPORTANT PROCESS
CONTRUCTION STARTS, SUBMITTALS ARE SENT IN AND PERMITS ARE APPLIED FOR AND THE PROJECT IS DONE AND INSPECTED

Utah UL Central Stations

It might be less expensive but most of the time the cheap systems work out costing much more than getting it done right by a UL listed company.

It might be less expensive but most of the time the cheap systems work out costing much more than getting it done right by a UL listed company.

There are different UL listings in different categories so when you decide on a Central Station and installation and service company make sure they have the certifications in the different areas that you will need for your specific projects such as High Security, Fire Alarm, UL installation and such. Just because the Central Station has one UL certification does not mean they are qualified in the other areas that you may need.

The official UL web site

UL listings for local Central Stations in UTAH

There are only 4 local UUFX listed companies in Utah for monitoring fire alarm as of 5/27/16

1. Avantguard (S3955) Avantguard web site
2. Peak Alarm (S1548) Peak Alarm web site ask for Larry Love
3. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints COPB (S25044)
4. VIVINT (S24880) Vivint web site

The LDS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints only monitors their own facilities.

There are only 5 local CRZH listed central stations in Utah for monitoring high security industrial facilities such as SCIFs as of 5/27/16 ( NISPOM, DOD 5520.22-M, DOD 5100.76-M, JFAN 6/9 and ICD/ICS 705-1) This certificate is for Installation, Testing, Service and Maintenance as well as Monitoring.

1. Peak Alarm (BP20762)
2. L3 Communication Systems WEST (BP9385) L3 Communications West web site
3. Stanley Convergent Security Solutions (BP6295)Stanley Convergent Security Solutions Web site
4. The Boeing Company (BP6569) The boeing Company web site
5. TYCO Integrated Security (BP6471) The TYCO company web site

L3 Communications monitors the secure facilities associated with their facilities.
There is only 3 local CPVX listed central station in Utah for UL Central Station Burglar Alarm Systems monitoring.

1. Peak Alarm (BP2433)
2. Stanley Convergent (BP2072)
3. TYCO Integrated Security (BP34)

There is only 3 local CVSG listed central stations in Utah for Mercantile Burglar Alarm Systems. Safe, Vault, ATM or Night Depository.

1. Peak Alarm (BP8607-1)
2. Stanley Convergent Security Solutions (BP8367)
3. TYCO Integrated Security (BP8617)

There are only two CRZM local listed central stations in Utah . This certificate is for Central Stations that have personnel trained and on duty to specifically handle signals covered under the CRZH listing that is above so the system is installed properly and then monitored by a certified company. It is best when the company has both certificates.

1. Avantguard (BP10390) *
2. Peak Alarm ( BP20783)

UL updates their records on an ongoing basis so be sure to verify on their web site. This information was as of 5/27/16. On the UL site go to online certifications directory at the bottom to find the companies in an area or state that hold certifications. All of this information is public record on the UL.com site. When you find any errors on this blog please inform Larry@peakalarm.com and he will correct those errors after verification of the correct information.

*Mountain Alarm/FPS Mountain Alarm web site sold Avantguard a while back although they still use Avantguard as their Central Station and apparently there is still a relationship between the companies as far as ownership goes. Mountain Alarm is the security side of the business and FPS is Fire Protection Services which does fire alarm etc…

There are about 200 Central Stations in the US that are both UL and 5 Diamond Certified and Peak ALarm is one of those. The CSAA 5 Diamond certification indicates that all of our Central Station dispatchers/employees are highly trained to react calmly and appropriately to high stress situations.

It is best to look up the complaints on the Better Business Bureau The official Better Business Bureau web site

From the information that we have about the UL listed Central Stations in this document the LDS Church does not monitor accounts as a business nor does L3 Communications West or Boeing so those Central Stations hold the proper listings in order to meet the criteria and provide services within their realm so you can’t call them up and have them monitor your security or fire alarm accounts. UL listed Central Stations out of State can be used although some Fire Marshals request that a local Central Station be used in certain cases. Often insurance companies and other requirements are in play so they want a local central station to do the monitoring and provide the installation and service when needed.

Peak Alarm is the only company that currently holds all 5 of the above UL Certifications in Utah

Peak Alarm also has a full Guard and Patrol division as well as armed or unarmed guards. Peak Alarm has been in business since 1969.

Call Larry Love (801) 428 1384 or email him at Larry@peakalarm.com for more information on this blog or for pricing for monitoring, Security, Fire Alarm, UL2050 installations, access control or camera systems.

CSAA 5 diamond information

UL2050 High Security IDS Intrusion Systems in Utah

Peak can do any size project from start to finish

Peak can do any size project from start to finish

Call Larry Love (801) 428 1384 Larry@PeakAlarm.com Peak Alarm web site ask for Larry Love for pricing for your high security installation such as secure facilities and SCIFs. Larry Love is certified through UL for designing for compliance to UL2050.

Peak Alarm holds the UL2050 listing for installation and monitoring

Peak has been in business since 1969 and has 4 offices to serve you.

Peak has a UL listed Central Station

Peak Alarm also has a full Guard and Patrol Division with unarmed and armed guards.

UL2050 installations are a bit different than normal security system installations:

1. We install an approved alarm system that will communicate using encrypted signals. Normally Bosch or DMP
2. Peak ALarm will install the entire system in CONDUIT with BOXES and Tampers in junction boxes were required. We grind the screws off the conduit after we install it.
3. Our installers will put tampers behind the alarm can and inside the alarm enclosure to sent an alarm if opened or pulled off the wall.
4. Motions in many of the facilities are required below and above the drop tile ceiling to meet UL2050
5. In most of our installations we install a vibration sensor inside the panel which will trip if there is drilling or tampering with the can.
6. Motions need to be in every area except restrooms. You can’t take 3 steps without setting the alarm off.
7. A UL2050 installation also needs to be monitored by a UL2050 Central Station and Serviced by a company that is certified.
8. With the monitoring schedules and openings and closings need to be programmed in as part of the how the system is configured.
9. Special BMS Balanced Magnetic Switches that hold the High Security listing need to be used and these contacts cost over 10 times as much as a normal security contact.

There are very few companies in Utah that can provide these services. you can look on the Official UL Website website for certified companies.

UL Monitoring Station certifications

Peak Alarm Salt Lake Office

Peak Alarm Salt Lake Office

Peak Alarm web site ask for Larry Love

Call Larry Love (801) 428 1384 with Peak Alarm or email Larry@peakalarm.com for pricing and information about alarm systems in Utah and Idaho

PEAK ALARM CENTRAL STATION
CPVX Burglar Central Station UL listed
CRZH National Industrial Security Systems UL listed
CRZM Monitoring Stations National Industrial Security Systems UL listed
CVSG Mercantile Burglar Systems UL listed
UUFX Fire Alarm & Services Protective Signaling Services Central Station UL listed

UL2050 UL 2050 Monitoring, Design and Installation Certified – UL Official Web Site

Peak Alarm 1534 South Gladiola Street, SLC, UT 84104 (801) 428 1384 Larry Love (Tambien habla espanol) (Larry also speaks Spanish)

Peak Alarm also has a 5 diamond certified Central Station and every dispatcher is also 5 Diamond Certified. This means everyone has been trained to respond to stressful situations appropriately and efficiently. There are only 200 UL listed Central Stations in the National that are also 5 Diamond Certified.

UL 2050 is high security such as SCIF facilities that are secure information facilities that have special high security systems including motion placement where you cannot take more than 3 steps anywhere in the facility and not be caught by motion detection, most of our installations also have vibration sensors in the main panel, tampers in the enclosures and behind the enclosures, tamper in each junction box where there are connections, BMS magnetic contacts that are balanced so they are much more difficult to defeat, all the devices and appliances are in conduit and we grind off the screws to make it more burdensome for someone to defeat the system. The wire is not ran addressable but each zone homeruns to the panel. The services we provide to SCIFs and other secure facilities include early to open or late to close (Schedules) openings and closings and a UL Certificate with inspections and a service agreement.

Utah requires fire alarm tests at businesses

Fire and Security Alarms

Hire NICET certified techs for your fire alarm jobs.

Utah law requires that business fire alarm systems be tested at least once a year and that a tag be hung on the system signed by someone that meets the qualifications to test fire alarm systems in the state as adopted by the State Fire Marshal’s office.

Peak Alarm has several NICET technicians that can test your system, tag it and present you with the required paperwork that is needed. Peak Alarm has factory trained techs that are also certified through the State Fire Marshal’s office and NICET certified.

Call Larry Love to set up inspections at your facility at (801) 428 1384 Larry@PeakAlarm.com and you can visit our web site at Peak Alarm web site ask for Larry Love

If you have questions about what needs to be tested we would be happy to answer any of your questions and concerns. We can come to your place of business and go over the procedure and the cost of the testing. Often there are more systems and items connected to the fire alarm than you are aware of. Many times your insurance company will require that additional tests as per the National Fire Alarm code be done. NFPA 72.

Fire Alarm Panels
Voice Evacuation Panels and microphones
Mass Notification Panels
Fire Alarm communicators, radios, cellular communicators and dialers
Elevator Recall
Pull Stations
Smoke Detectors
CO Detectors
Heat Detectors
Automatic Dampers that shut upon fire alarm
Duct Detectors
Flow valves that indicate water is moving through the fire sprinkler system
Tamper valves that electronically monitor if the water has been shut off
PIV Valves
OS&Y valves
Remote Test switches
CM modules / relays
Ansul Systems and hood systems for fire suppression notification
Strobes
Horns
Horn/Strobes
Speakers
Power Supplies
Batteries in all the panels (Batteries should be changed every 3 to 5 years)
Door holders (magnets that drop doors upon fire alarm)
Access Control should release the doors upon fire alarm
Addressable modules

Peak Alarm has been in business for 47 years since 1969 serving the public by installing systems and monitoring them. Peak has a pull Guard and Patrol Division as well as our UL listed Monitoring Center where every employee is 5 Diamond Certified. We have an AV Division and our Alarm Division is top of the line. Peak can take care of your Fire Alarm System inspections and repairs. Call Larry Love to set up an appointment (801) 428 1384

Utah Bosch Security Fire Dealers

Bosch  Dealer

Bosch Dealer


us.boschsecurity.com

List of Bosch Dealers in Utah for Security, Fire, Access Control and Cameras

Integrated Fire & Security
2130 S 3140 W
Ste A
Salt Lake City, UT 84119
801-972-0600
www.ifssinc.com

Nelson Fire Systems
1481 Major St
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
801-468-8300
www.nelsonfire.com

Peak Alarm
1534 Gladiola Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84104
801- 428 1384 Attn: Larry Love
www.peakalarm.com

Utah Yamas Controls
13526 S 100 W
Draper, UT 84020
801-990-1950
www.utahyamas.com

Fire Protection Service Corp
3293 Harrison Boulevard
Ogden, UT 84403
801-395-8700
www.mountainalarm.com

Hitek
1388 West 130 South
Orem, UT 84058
801-224-4775
www.hitekinc.com

Cache Valley Electric
Po Box 405
Logan, UT 84323
801-908-6666

Utah Yamas Controls
291 E 1400 S
STE B-8
ST George, UT 84790
435-635-0205
www.utahyamas.com

Can I interest you in a false sense of security?

Would you get close to her?

Would you get close to her?

Companies offer FREE equipment and then end up locking you into a longer term contract or higher monthly payments. Don’t buy without taking time to think it over. Consider a local company instead of a National Company where you will have issues even calling someone for help.

Call Larry Love at Peak Alarm for Utah and Idaho where you can have an actual security designed with quality equipment

Larry’s phone is (801) 428 1384 or toll free at (888)822 7231 x384 or email him at Larry@hotmail.com Larry has over 20 years in the industry has experience and training in several different products such as Bosch, DMP, Readykey Pro and is currently an Axis Certified Professional and NICET level 2 and State of Utah Master Fire Alarm tech level 3.

Peak Alarm Web site

Many salesmen will give you a song and a dance but Larry can give you the actual information without the pressure.

Call the BBB Better Business Bureau and get the reviews and complaints before you buy. Peak has only had 3 complaints in the last 3 years compared with several of our competitors that have several thousand complaints each. Look them up, be sure to look up their DBA company names because several of our competitors have changed their names because of legal issues.

Normally Peak Alarm does not install FREE systems and that is one of the reasons we have stayed in business for over 46 years. You get what you pay for no ands ifs or buts about it.

Security TIPS for home and work

Security intrusion

Call Larry Love for additional information and pricing for Peak Alarm Systems (801) 428 1384 Larry@PeakAlarm.com

Peak Alarm web site

How to Protect Your Home…

Burglars hit a house, apartment or condominium every ten seconds. But if the burglar picks your place instead of the one next door, you probably helped invite him there. He looks for what the police call “targets of opportunity”. In other words, easy pickings.

To protect yourself, make your home look occupied when you’re away. Chances are the thief will pass it up for an easier target. Also, look into making a reasonable investment in good locks, outdoor lights and an alarm system. It will pay off in security and peace of mind. Here are some specific measures you can take.

Keep garage door closed and locked. This helps protect any valuable property you store in garage and prevents access to interior doors. Electric doors should be disconnected and, if practical, consider padlocks on the garage door tracks.

Have your lawn taken care of. Dry, uncut grass and build-up of excessive leaves and debris says you’re away.

Display “beware” signs. If you have a dog or an alarm system, put up signs that say you do. They deter thieves.

Put peepholes in doors. The type with a magnifying glass lens lets you see who’s out there without opening the door. Consider heavy-duty door chains as well.

Ask for police patrol. When you’ll be gone for an extended time, ask police to check your home periodically. And be a good neighbor. If you see unfamiliar or suspicious activity, call the police.

Consult a good locksmith. Different kinds of doors and windows require different kinds of locks. Deadbolt locks are recommended.

Don’t keep expensive jewelry at home. Keep it, along with other small valuables and important documents, in a safe deposit box.

Light the outside of your house. Use automatic light sensors near doors and the rear of the house where thieves do most of their work.

Secure patio doors. A steel rod in the door channel can work. A pin-type lock or a key lock is better. Additionally, secure two or three screws in the overhead track to reduce the chance of lifting the doors out of the track.

Don’t stop all deliveries. Cancel the milk, but have a neighbor pick up mail, newspaper and circulars daily.

Ask a neighbor to use your garbage cans. An empty garbage can is a tip-off that you’re away.

Keep shrubbery trimmed. Thick, tall shrubbery provides cover for a burglar and lets him work detected.

Leave a radio on. It says someone’s home. If you have a volume adjustment on your telephone bell, turn it to the lowest level.

Leave interior lights on. It’s best to use automatic timers to light different rooms at designated times.

Mark valuable items. Marking things a thief would be likely to steal, like the TV and stereo, will help police trace them and return them to you if they are recovered. Use an engraving pen, available at most police stations, and mark your driver’s license number with state abbreviations on items.

Leave drapes and shades open. When they’re closed, they’re a sign of an unoccupied house.

Take care with keys. Don’t leave a key under a doormat, flower pot, or a window ledge. Burglars look there first.

Park a car in your driveway. If you have a second car, leave it in the driveway. Or ask a neighbor to park there. This not only gives the appearance of an occupied house, but prevents burglars from backing up a van for loading.

Look into an alarm system. They vary in sophistication. Peak Alarm systems can even arm automatically when you leave the home. (Geofencing) They can control your lighting, temperature, garage doors,locks and more. Arm and disarm remotely. For the basic system with 3 doors, 1 motion, Panel, Cellular communicator, Keypad, siren and battery $99 installed and $39 per month ($5 more per month for remote arm/disarm) Add $10 per month when you need alarm response in areas the police will not respond.

Consider a camera system that you can view remotely with your cell phone. These type of systems are becoming more affordable and it can give you peace of mind to know when the kids get home and view them home. Many people use cameras to check on their pets while they are at work. Having cameras can be great when you are on vacation.

Tips to Protect your Business

SECURITY SYSTEMS: Burglars target businesses that do not have security systems and camera systems more often than those that do. Burglars look for what the police call “targets of opportunity” In other words, easy pickings. When your alarm system is outdated or in disrepair this can also put you at risk.
Look into making a reasonable investment in good locks, outdoor lighting, a new camera system that you can remotely access and a new security system that you can control using your smartphone. This investment will pay off in security and peace of mind. If you forget to arm the system you can remotely do so.

Leasing a system will allow you to make smaller monthly payments yet you can have your system installed today and when the technology changes in a few years you can have the system updated to a newer system keeping your business on the cutting edge and protected.

CAMERAS : Consider installing a new camera system with high definition cameras that you can view remotely. This can be a deterrent to crime especially internal crime by employees. The cameras also work well as a positive training aid, let the employees know you appreciated specific work they did that you viewed on the camera system. This let them know that you are watching and it won’t come accross as a negative thing when you use the right comments. Cameras can also be very valuable when someone has an accident to view how to prevent future accidents or for insurance purposes.

Here are some specific measures you can take starting today.

TEST: Test your security and camera system regularly replacing decals and signs as needed.

Keep overhead doors closed and locked. Consider padlocks on the garage door tracks.

Keep your outside lighting in working order and consider adding additional lights and cameras.

Hold ongoing training on how to use the security system for new employees and hold review training for employees that may have been trained but do not use the system very often. Test your system every month to assure it is working.

Update your call list every few months making sure phone numbers and names are current.

Every 6 months or every year it is prudent to change all of the security codes. That way if anyone was sharing their code with someone else the old codes will not function. Avoid programming codes that are easy to guess like birth years etc…

LEARN ABOUT YOUR SYSTEM AND ACTIVELY USE IT: To reduce false alarms do not leave balloons near your motion detectors, avoid having hanging displays or mobiles near the motion detection areas. Keep the equipment clean and free of spider webs. Do not have plants or other hanging objects near the heating and air conditioning vents because many times the air flow can cause them to move and set off your motion detectors. Avoid installing motion detection in areas where the temperatures are very low or very high.

Have your security system serviced so it stays in top operating condition. Batteries should be checked periodically and changed as needed. When a door contact or motion detectors are damaged and not repaired, employees notice as do others making the building a more desirable target.

Don’t keep expensive inventory in areas of your business that do not have good constant camera coverage that you can review. Unfortunately a high percentage of shrinkage is attributed to employees and former employees that know your business. Using your camera system proactively can make your employees aware that you do use the camera system and are checking. Let them know how much you appreciate how organized they are or how they handled specific situations. Tell them you saw them unload product while viewing the camera system and let them know what a great job they did. When you use your camera system in such a way people are made aware that you are viewing the cameras and they are less likely to do things they should not do or be involved in theft.

Make a list of any items you may be interested in and call Larry Love at Peak for a free consultation 801 428 1384 Larry@peakalarm.com

Peak Alarm Monitors Bosch Radionics

I took this picture at the SLC Zoo (Hogle)

I took this picture at the SLC Zoo (Hogle)

Peak Alarm has Bosch receivers to monitor phone, cell phone and Internet accounts for Bosch Radionics panels.

Call Larry Love (801) 428 1384 or email him at Larry@PeakAlarm.com and our web site is Peak Alarm

Peak Alarm is a local UL listed Central Station with every single dispatcher being 5 Diamond Certified.

Peak Alarm has been in business for over 46 years and has a full service Alarm division, full service Guard and Patrol Division, a full service AV division and a UL listed Central Station that has the equipment needed to monitor your facility 24/7.

Peak Alarm also holds the UL2050 certification to monitor high security installations. This certification is required for many types of facilities such as jewelry stores, certain manufacturing facilities, specific government facilities and such.