For nearly two hundred years, Chubb Edwards has been recognized across Canada for their innovative security solutions. The company delivers end-to-end total solutions for both fire and security protection using equipment from manufacturers such as Interlogix (GE Security)
Using the Alarm.com application for smart phones, ChubbConnect allows users to access and interact with their security system and home through a smart phone or web-enabled device.
Chubb Edwards owns and operates their own central monitoring stations which are under-written by the Laboratories of Canada (ULC). The security system submits an event alert to the monitoring station and categorizes it (burglar alarm, personal emergency / hold-up, fire, sprinkler system, etc.) so the appropriate emergency personnel can be dispatched.
Accredited with the Better Business Bureau since 1989, the company maintains an A+ rating with a total of only four complaints over the past three years.
What You Need to Know About Chubb Edwards
Types of Equipment
In designing security and fire prevention systems, Chubb Edwards will use equipment from well-known manufacturers like United Technologies and Interlogix (GE Security).
Burglar alarm, video surveillance, card Access, IP monitoring, biometrics, specialized video surveillance, CO2 detection, and fire and smoke detection.
Since 1950, Chubb Edwards has been providing residential and commercial security solutions throughout Canada.
Years in Business
While the company was founded in 1818, Chubb Edward did not start to offer comprehensive fire and security solutions to residential customers until residential customers until 1950.
Are Chubb Edwards Security Systems Installed Professioanlly or Self Installed?
In addition to designing the security system to meet the needs of their clients, certified technicians will install the security system and provide the homeowner with a simple walk-through of the system features and capabilities and answer any questions and address any concerns.
Chubb Edwards uses landline connections as the primary method for the alarm sstem to communicate with the monitoring station; however, cellular backup is avaialable for an additional fee.