Our Central Station is U.L.-approved and located in Baton Rouge. The largest monitoring station in the city, it has the most up-to-date, high-tech equipment and software to monitor and process our customers' alarm signals.
Central Station is online 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In fact, even during the widespread outages caused by Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Gustav, and Issac, Central Station never went offline!
Your Alarm Is Going Off – What Happens Next?
Depending on the signal coming from your alarm panel, which is wired to a phone line, the police or fire department or an ambulance will be dispatched immediately to your home or business. You will, also, be notified with a phone call (to your work and/or cell) within seconds of the alarm sounding and the call going out to the appropriate department.
To break it down even more for you, this is what happens when your alarm is tripped:
- A signal is sent from your control panel to our monitoring facility.
- We call your premises to verify the alarm. Your password is on file with us so that you can identify yourself in the event of a false alarm.
- Our Central Station dispatches the proper authorities. (Police, Fire or Medical)
- Our operators contact your emergency call list to notify you or your assigned emergency responder of the alarm and dispatch.
We can still monitor you! Alarm Link will transmit your signal to our Central Station even if you don't have a telephone line.
Whether you don't have a phone line at your residence, or want to monitor a location where phone line access is not available, such as a boathouse or garage, our Alarm Link Wireless Monitoring is the solution.
Whatever Your Needs, Alarm Center Has You Covered!
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