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5 Important Things to Know Before Purchasing a Commercial Security System

If you are ready to install a security system for your commercial building, you are going to find a wide array of options. Selecting the right cameras, alarm systems and access control options is imperative to your business’s overall security. Before diving in and purchasing the first items that come your way, be sure to consider the five factors here.

1. What quality of stream will the cameras provide?
Quality systems will provide HD streaming. However, the top-of-the-line options are going to offer 20+ megapixel, loss-free, HD streaming. This ensures you won’t […]

What to Consider when Selecting a Commercial Security System Provider

While it may seem like a straightforward and easy decision, selecting the right security system provider for your business isn’t always so cut and dry. If you live in a location where there are several options regarding security companies, you need to do a bit of research to find the one that best meets your needs. Some factors to keep in mind are found here.

Is the Company Reputable?
When a security company is reputable, they are going to have quite a bit of positive feedback from other business owners. This can include online reviews and word […]

Newest HCS Team Member

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We are proud to announce that installer Jeffrey Dias, a resident of Seekonk, MA, is now a part of the Home & Commercial Security team.  With over 20 years of valuable, on-the-job experience in the installation of fire alarms, security systems, and other wireless devices, we are confident that our customers can place their trust in our newest hire.  Please join us in welcoming Jeff to HCS […]

Is Your Security Installer Licensed?

Attention Massachusetts residents: Beware of who you let onto your property to install remote monitoring security systems. These are the all-in-one type of security systems that allow you to control your property from a smart phone or device. These installations are categorized as “Life Safety” systems.  According to Massachusetts State Laws, this means the installers “are required to be licensed by the State Board of Electrical Examiners and also to have a Public Safety license, mandating criminal background checks on all security system employees by the Department of Public Safety.”

Some national telecommunications companies are currently […]