Company Background: AlarmForce operates multiple service locations throughout Canada and several states in the US. The company is headquartered in Ontario, Canada. The company’s website highlights several awards in business and customer service.
Monitoring Services: AlarmForce offers multiple monitoring services including smoke detection, carbon monoxide monitoring, flood sensors, temperature detection, panic alarms, medical emergencies, theft, and phone tampering alerts.
Benefits: AlarmForce provides a full warranty on installation work and replacement parts for as long as the contract is active. Equipment is covered with a lifetime warranty which extends past the monitoring contract. AlarmForce does all of their own work and does not outsource labor or services to other companies.
Technology: AlarmForce offers multiple technologies to improve home security and personal safety. The Home Alarm package features a wireless two-way voice interactive that provides immediate communication during an emergency. The Alarm Plus package offers motion sensors and protection from cut telephone lines. Wireless signals are sent to the monitoring station in the event phones are tampered with on your property. Wireless medical pendants are offered with the AlarmCare package. AlarmForce VideoRelay technology allows customers to monitor their property via the Internet or through their smartphone technology.
Cost: AlarmForce company website features a price comparison chart on the first page which shows rates for other security companies with comparable services. There are no installation fees and monitoring costs start at $25 a month which competitive against other company pricing.
Overall Impression: AlarmForce is a residential security provider that is only available in certain locations in Canada and the United States. Their services include basic home security and monitoring with the option to add on addition protection services including medical emergency response.
AlarmForce has the advantageous two-way voice interactive service which allows homeowners to directly communicate with the central monitoring station when something goes wrong. This technology is not standard in the home security industry, especially at such low monitoring rates.
The company’s website is easy to navigate and the company actively uses Twitter to offer tips and assistance to customers. The site also offers the competitive edge challenge which allows consumers to enter in the name of another security company and get a comparison of service and prices.