DESIGN & INSTALLATION
SERVICE & MAINTENANCE
TOTAL SECURITY SOLUTIONS
Safety and security mean different things to different people. We work with you to configure the home security system that meets your needs with home security solutions that use the latest technology to bring you peace of mind. Solutions can include motion sensors and a home alarm panel, video alerts when your child comes home from school, or the ability to control lights and locks even when you aren’t at home.
No matter which system you choose, you get the peace of mind of installation and monitoring by a family-owned company that’s been protecting life and property since 1946.
Partners & Suppliers
- Assa Abloy
- AXIS Communications
- LifeSafety Power
- Windy City Wire
- Exacq Technologies
- Software House
- RS2 Technologies
- Automatic Systems
- Eagle Eye
HOME SECURITY FAQS
If your cameras come equipped with IR LEDs, they will be able to see at night. For more information on IR cameras, contact a Koorsen security expert.
Yes, you can monitor your camera from a computer, tablet, or smartphone as long as your security cameras are on an onsite network. Contact a Koorsen security expert to learn more.
PARTS OF A HOME SECURITY SYSTEM
Computer used to process all system operations and activities.
Glass Break Sensor:
Small devices placed on exterior windows or doors to detect glass breakage.
Infrared sensors used to detect the presence or movement of people within a designated area.
Electronic switches on windows that detect when they have been opened.
Electronic switches on doors that detect when they have been opened.
Closed-circuit cameras that transmit audio and video signals to a wireless receiver where they can be viewed and recorded.
Smart Door Locks:
Door locks that are connected to WIFI and are able to be controlled remotely.
Thermostats that are connected to WIFI and are able to be controlled remotely.
Light fixtures that are connected to WIFI and are able to be controlled remotely.
Signaling device that activates when an intrusion is detected.
Devices that are usually placed on ceilings that sound an alarm when the presence of smoke is detected and may also send a signal to a connected control panel.
Devices that send a signal to a connected control panel when a pre-determined amount of water is detected.