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“WHY ARE YOU CALLING ME?”

Did you know that if your home or business is affected by a burglary it becomes public record? Once it becomes public knowledge then alarm companies will call offering their services. But why wait for their phone call? Would you wait to wear a seat belt after you had an accident? Most of us where seat belts to protect ourselves before an accident. It’s what we would call preventive measures. So why not take preventive measures for your home or business as well? Why wait til after the fact? Studies have shown that residential and commercial burglar alarm systems decrease crime. Burglars avoid alarm systems. An installed burglar alarm makes a residence or business less attractive to the would-be and active intruders. To see the crimes committed in your area you can visit www.spotcrime.com. Call us or visit our website at www.accelaz.com to find out more.
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Avoiding False Alarms and Stop Wasting Your Money

Police departments are reporting a very high rate of false alarms that they respond to. And while they always respond to alarms, the false ones are wasting money and resources. A majority of false alarm come from customers who have trouble arming and disarming their systems at the keypad. As the industry evolves keypads are getting more and more complicated to use. That’s why we recommend using our mobile phone App. to arm and disarm your system. You can disarm your system when you pull into your driveway or place of business instead of at the keypad avoiding those costly mistakes. But you should always call your monitoring company and notify them of any a false alarm to avoid dispatch and fines. Get to know your security alarm panel. Make sure you know how it works. Also remember that most cities require a fine to be paid if there are excessive false alarms from your system. If you have any questions please contact us or visit our website at www.accelaz.com.
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Did you know……

With each passing day, more and more households are migrating to broadband and IP-based services, leaving the public switched telephone network (PSTN) and plain-old telephone services (POTS) as relics of a by-gone era? An AT&T document to the FCC claimed that currently “less than 20 percent of Americans rely exclusively on POTS for voice service and approximately 25 percent of households have abandoned POTS altogether. Another 700,000 lines are being cut every month.”

So what does this mean to you? How is your alarm connected to your monitoring station? Are you thinking about getting rid of your PTSN or POTS? If you have either one of these and decide to disconnect it without switching your alarm system to a wireless connection your alarm won’t work and leaving your home or business unprotected. Contact us to find out how to make the transition simple and easy, www.accelaz.com.
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Avoiding False Alarms and Stop Wasting Your Money

Police departments are reporting a very high rate of false alarms that they respond to. And while they always respond to alarms, the false ones are wasting money and resources. A majority of false alarm come from customers who have trouble arming and disarming their systems at the keypad. As the industry evolves keypads are getting more and more complicated to use. That’s why we recommend using our mobile phone App. to arm and disarm your system. You can disarm your system when you pull into your driveway or place of business instead of at the keypad avoiding those costly mistakes. But you should always call your monitoring company and notify them of any a false alarm to avoid dispatch and fines. Get to know your security alarm panel. Make sure you know how it works. Also remember that most cities require a fine to be paid if there are excessive false alarms from your system. If you have any questions please contact us or visit our website at www.accelaz.com.
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IS YOUR HOME SAFE?

The holiday season is here and is your home safe? This is the time of year when burglars will most likely take advantage of those opportunities when you aren’t home. Whether it’s going shopping or to grandmas, someone could be watching your home waiting for you to leave.

Following these simple steps can help in protecting your home.

• Don’t share your travel plans on any social media site. This includes Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter. Burglars will watch these sites to see when you plan on leaving your home.
• Make sure all windows and doors are securely locked. Burglars will check for open windows and before breaking a window or glass door.
• Take the time to set your alarm. Most of us are in a rush that we forget this. For those of us who forget sometimes, the phone app will allow you to set your alarm from your phone.
• Know your neighbors. They can help “keep on eye” on things while you are away.
• Keep your call list updated. If the monitoring station can’t get in touch with you or with someone on your list, a burglar might be long gone before anyone can respond.
• Make sure your system has been maintained. Yearly inspections are a vital part of your alarm system. Spider webs, dust, and low batteries can cause your alarm to not function properly.
• Place a proper yard sign in your yard to show everyone that you are protected. Statistics show that if you advertise your alarm system then you have a less likely chance of being burglarized.

We want to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season.
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