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Crime Rates in Ontario Decrease, Yet Property Safety Remains Paramount Reports AlarmBoss.c

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Innovations in security systems ensure the safety of homes and businesses reports AlarmBoss.com.

Ontario, Canada – March 12, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Ontario proudly broadcasts the fact that, in 2012, they had the lowest crime rate in the country, yet citizens of the province must remain vigilant to ensure this continues to be the case as criminals continuously look for new ways to take advantage of others. “One way to prevent crime is to make use of tools such as home security systems Ontario to protect homes and residents throughout Toronto and Ontario. With many packages and products to select from, consumers find safeguarding their home or business is no longer a difficult task,” J. Gold of Alarm Boss explains.

As one goes to select their video surveillance Toronto system, they discover there are numerous options to select from, including systems designed specifically for those home with pets. Motion detectors sense movement from the animals and this often leads to the alarm system being activated. “When Alarm Boss analyzes the home to determine which security system is most appropriate, they factor this in along with many other things to create the perfect system for each client’s needs,” Gold states.

When one chooses to move their account from a competitor to Alarm Boss, he or she receives a free megapixel camera for use at their home or business. Alarm Boss appreciates the confidence consumers place in them by allowing them to protect the property, and this is just one way of showing that appreciation, Gold points out. Furthermore, Alarm Boss offers a variety of packages so customers save even more while still receiving the items they want and need to protect their property, and many devices offer the option of remote activation and deactivation.

Items one may select when designing an alarm system in Ontario include a network video recorder kit, wireless door intercoms, security cameras Toronto or elevator video modules. “No two clients have the same needs, therefore, Alarm Boss offers a wide range of products one may choose to purchase separately or add on to an existing package. The goal remains to secure a home or business while providing the consumer the peace of mind he or she wants when making use of a device of this type,” Gold proclaims.

About Alarm Boss:
Alarm Boss, the privately owned, rapidly growing, alarm company in Canada, works to protect homes and businesses against unwanted intruders. The company remains dedicated to their long standing commitment to deliver high quality service and products to consumers throughout the country, and eagerly awaits the challenge of bringing this solid and prestigious name to the industry. In business for more than 23 years, Alarm Boss retains their sense of care and responsibility when it comes to clients and is ready to assist when support is needed.

For more information about us, please visit http://alarmboss.com/

Contact Info:
Name: J Gold
Email: info@alarmboss.com
Phone: 416-663-2678
Organization: Alarm Boss

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