Founded in 2000, My Alarm Center is committed to providing both residential and commercial customers with the most advanced, cutting-edge technologies available in combination with the highest level of customer service and attention. Working with a nationwide network of trained security technicians, My Alarm Center is able to provide local knowledge with national reach to give their customers the one-on-one attention needed to ensure the best possible security and safety solution for the customer’s home or business.
On their web site, MyAlarmCenter.com, the company offers three pre-configured equipment packages in addition, their trained technicians will custom design a system to make sure it meets the individual needs and requirements of the customer.
The company is headquartered on the east coast in Philadelphia with West Coast operations based in Seattle and regional offices in Atlanta, Dallas, Fort Worth & San Antonio and Long Island.
My Alarm Center has been an accredited business with the BBB since 2013 and maintains an A+ rating with a total of over 59 closed complaints over the past three years, twenty of which were closed in the last 12 months.
What You Need to Know About My Alarm Center
Type of Equipment
My Alarm Center designs their security solution packages using equipment from award-winning manufacturers like Honeywell and Interlogix (formerly GE Security).
Burglar alarm, smoke and heat detection, carbon monoxide and environmental threat monitoring, medical and emergency alert, home automation
My Alarm Center uses a network of local security professionals to provide national service.
Years in Business
Founded in 2000, the company has been helping customers secure and protect their property and loved ones for sixteen years.
Are My Alarm Center Systems Installed Professionally or Self Installed?
With their national network of security professionals and trained technicians, My Alarm Center ensures every system functions properly with professional installation and service.
A cellular connection is used to ensure uninterrupted communication between the alarm system and central monitoring station.