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A professionally installed security system will help protect your business, employees, and property. With affordable add-on options, you can remotely control your system, as well as lights, door locks, thermostats, and more. You can even add video cameras, and view or record them on your smart phone. One system provides protection and remote control for your business.

Sterling Security Systems, a locally owned company founded in 1993, offers far more than parts. Our systems are individually customized; we do not sell a "package" or "one size fits all" equipment. Sterling Security is an authorized Bosch & DMP dealer. Our technicians are factory trained and certified in the installation and service of Bosch & DMP equipment.

Sterling Security Systems alarm monitoring centers provide protection around the clock, every day of the year. Our state-of-the-art alarm monitoring centers are so sophisticated they automatically back each other up in Fast Alarm Response Times Always On-Call For Immediate Assistance Alarm Monitoring You Can Depend On-No Matter What!

read more › The keypad is the primary way that you interact with your system, like the keyboard on your computer. The keypad usually will be located near your main entrance, but you can add others for convenience. You use the keypad to turn your system on and off and make simple programming changes. The display on your keypad provides useful information about your system's status. Our keypads are attractive and include many features that make your system simple to use for everyone in your family. Our touch screen keypads now make operating your security system even easier to use.

read more › Most alarm systems are connected to a central station facility via ordinary telephone lines. Burglars are more educated than ever, causing a disturbing increase in the number of alarm system communicators rendered "voiceless" by the simple cut of a phone line; so much so, in fact, that some police departments have begun to send letters to residents and business owners warning of this escalating threat. Sterling Security attacks this ever-increasing peril by using cellular transmission systems. These systems can transmit intrusion, panic or fire alarms to the central station via the airwaves, so there's no need to be worried about phone lines being inoperable, whether due to telephone company problems, or a deliberate attempt to compromise your security by severing your link to help from central station personnel.

read more › When selecting a security professional, we suggest that you call their offices late at night or very early in the morning, 24-Hour Monitoring Centers Keep You Safe Around the Clock. A home security system is only as good as the people who monitor your alarm. If an alarm goes off, our team will immediately contact local authorities for a rapid response! Our monitoring is the industry gold standard. We Protect Your Family with the Latest Technology. Sterling Security Systems alarm monitoring centers provide protection around the clock, every day of the year.

read more › When selecting a camera system, it is good to understand which products are going to give you what you need. Camera resolution maybe more important in some applications than others. For example, simply monitoring for activity may only require an analog camera, where High Definition (HD) may be required to view the details that analog just cannot provide. The simplest answer to this question is based on quality. Of course everyone wants the best quality they can buy for their budget but here are some insights to help you make your decision easier.

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