You’ve heard the phrase “home is where the heart is.” And if you’re like most people in the United States, it’s where your valuable belongings are too. From electronics to extra cash, valuable antiques, jewelry and automobiles, the everyday items in your home add up in value quickly. If you own a small business, you probably have valuables stored there too. With the arrival of the New Year, which brings a time to reflect and make changes, now is the perfect time to make a firm commitment to the safety and security of your family and property by investing in an intrusion alarm system.
Here at Nationwide Security Corporation, we know that safe customers are happy customers, and your safety is our business. While you might not think that your valuables are at risk of theft, the reality is that home and office robberies happen everywhere, and without preventative measures in place, your treasured assets are always at risk – even if you consider your neighborhood to be “safe.” So, why not give yourself and family peace of mind this year with the installation of a burglar alarm system. That way, you can rest assured that when you’re not around to monitor your home or business, we are.
Our home and residential security systems are equipped with state-of-the art technology to stop intruders in their tracks, in addition to preventing fires and other home emergencies. These systems can be designed to meet your specific needs, and come with a variety of features to allow you ease and freedom in controlling and monitoring your system. Our devices are compatible with mobile technologies, and can be linked to computers, phones, and other equipment so that you can see what is happening in your home, at any given moment, with just the touch of a button.
To find out more about our home intrusion protection and alarm monitoring services, just pick up the phone and give us a call at 203.785.0300. We provide services to customers in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Nationwide Security Corporation is ready to help you make your home or office as safe as possible in 2014 and beyond.