AMS has been in the monitoring business since 1980, and we began using them on December 21, 2010. We have been
extremely satisfied with the level of professionalism from their team. AMS is a Monroe, Louisiana based UL-Listed and 5-Diamond Certified Central Monitoring Station. Because of this we are able to work closely together,
and often representativeS from each company drive to visit the other. This relationship also allows for us to deal with any issues in a much faster manner than you may experience with other
According to the Electronic Security Association, homes with security systems are about 60% less likely to be burglarized. If you are in need of assistance due to burglary, a fire, or even a health problem, monitored services are very valuable. Monitored alarm systems are one of the best ways to protect your home from fire, home intrusion, gas leaks and other threatening situations. In the event of an emergency, your alarm will send a signal to the monitoring station.
Burglars do not want to get caught. They are much less likely to target your home if they know it is being monitored 24/7 by a security company.
One of the main benefits of a monitored home security system is its ability to automatically notify local authorities in specified circumstances. Your keypad also has three emergency panic buttons - police, fire or medical. If these buttons are programmed to work on your system, you can use them to have the monitoring station alert the appropriate agencies. This cuts down on response time and can be extremely helpful in emergency situations.
In this study published by the Electronic Security Association, it was found that most major home insurance providers give up to a 20% discount on premiums for homeowners with a monitored security system.
Traditionally, monitored alarm systems have been connected to the central station through the landline phone at the premises. Now many people are opting to not have a landline phone at all. The security industry has adapted to these issues. We are able to offer wireless communications using a radio or cellular device attached to that alarm system. You can view more information on our Cellular & Radio Monitoring page.
You can call our office (318)929-7850, or fill out the form below, and we can give you more information about the services we provide. If you are looking for more information about alarm systems and safety, another good place to look is Alarm.org. There are many useful tips for Home Safety, Business Safety, and general information about alarm systems.