Yes, it is recommended and some jurisdictions (city, county, etc.) even require you to register your alarm system. If you have not registered your alarm system, please click here to access your form. You will then need to submit your … Continued
Yes, your smoke detectors that are paired to your system will be monitored whether your system is in an armed or disarmed state.
Some jurisdictions do have False Alarm Ordinances. Charges for False Alarms vary between jurisdictions.
You could experience an alarm from a strong power surge. However, your security equipment has been designed and tested to resist False Alarms during power surges.
We can monitor systems installed by other providers most of the time. You must own the equipment and the system programming must be compatible with our equipment. If your current provider will not provide us with this information we need, … Continued
Some authorities do require a key holder to respond when they are dispatched. It is not always possible for the police to communicate a solution to our Monitoring Station, so an a actual response by a key holder is recommended.
Enter your four digit user code twice. The first time will silence the alarm and the second time will reset the system. ReadyHome customers: Enter your code once to silence the alarm and reset the system.
Normally, the entry delay is set to 45 seconds. The effectiveness of the alarm is dependent on this time being as short as possible. This time can be changed depending on your preference.
This will vary based on your systems communication format. Typically the signal is received in less than a minute.