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Home Security Monitoring in State College By ADT Means Round The Clock Protection

While your security system can tip off your loved ones to an issue when you're home, it’s the strength of ADT monitoring that gives the unique power to your State College home security system. When a sensor is compromised, a live individual will execute on your unique emergency plan to make sure you're safe and inform the appropriate emergency personnel. This transpires night or day, 24/7. So you can be assured that someone is observing your home -- even when you are not home.

How ADT Monitoring In State College Works

Think of ADT monitoring in State College as a gigantic watchdog for your house, ever primed to jump into action when needed. Whenever a window sensor is set off -- a broken window, an unexpected movement picked up by a door sensor, or a potential fire -- a livel person will quickly call to verify you are all right and contact the correct authorities based on your custom-built emergency plan. Seconds matter in an emergency, and the rapid response of ADT monitoring can be a necessity for your residence and the ones you live with.

ADT Monitoring In State College Backs Your Home Security System

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State College Home Security System: When a window, door or motion sensor goes off, an ADT security professional promptly gauges the issue and reaches out to you to make sure you're all right. Then they reach out to the needed emergency professionals based on your personalized security program.

Fire, Flood, and CO Sensors: Your State College fire equipment can detect both smoke and air temperature. When a sudden rise in temperature or needless smoke sets off the alarm, an ADT monitoring expert can help you get to a protected location. They will also notify the fire department on your behalf. And since your fire, CO, and flood equipment are connected to ADT monitoring, your residence is helped defended -- even when you are not around to hear the alarms.

Home Health Emergency Response: If you or a family member experiences a health emergency, like a fall or absence of breath, you may need urgent help. Press a personal rescue button on your digital keypad or keyfob to contact an ADT monitoring center. A rep will call emergency personnel and other loved ones on your tailor made security program. They will also keep in contact until help gets to you.

Two-Way Voice Communications: Two-way voice connects your residence in State College to ADT monitoring using the wireless control panel. The hands-free mic can identify your voice approximately 75 feet away, so you can ask for help even if you can not access the control panel.

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ADT Monitoring Is The Top In The Security Business

With over 140 years of knowledge, ADT has become a household name in security monitoring. ADT uses a system of redundant facilities, which means monitoring automatically moves to another ADT location when one is shut down because of a natural disaster or power outage. This means your house won’t go without the comfort of a living expert backing up your individual alarms.

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To discuss your house security requirements and get a free quote, call (814) 212-8021 or fill out the form below. A security consultant will discuss all your security system options and demonstrate how State College home security monitoring can help keep your home protected, even when you are away.

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