How Burglary Monitoring Works

1. 24/7 MONITORING

Our 6 nationwide interconnected monitoring centers coordinate to provide you with fast response around the clock.

2. ALARM RESPONSE

If a sensor inside your business is triggered we’ll respond immediately and contact you.

3. FAST ASSISTANCE

We can contact and dispatch emergency response services to your business on the spot.

FEATURED PRODUCT

Parallel Protection with CellGuard

  • Universal wireless alarm communicator that can be used as a backup or primary role
  • Connects the alarm control panel to the wireless cellular network (GSM) and reports alarm signals directly to a Monitoring Center
  • The system is smart enough to monitor the panel transmission and switch over to the cellular network if the phone line is down

Frequently Asked Questions

How does my ADT alarm system work?

The alarm system may be armed in the “Away” or “Stay” mode. Once the system is activated, each monitored zone has the ability to recognize a violation. Once a zone has been violated, the alarm system then dials ADT and transmits the message through a telephone line. Once the signal is received, the alarm system will wait to send another message if another zone is tripped. Entering the code and turning off the system will end this process.

If I lose power, will my alarm system still work?

Yes. In case of a power loss, the back-up battery will activate to maintain your alarm protection for several hours. In the event your battery is low, a low-battery signal will be sent to your Customer Monitoring Center so you can be notified.

What happens when I press the panic or fire alarm buttons on the touchpad?

If you hold down the panic or fire alarm buttons on the touchpad for 1 to 3 seconds, an alarm is transmitted to the ADT Customer Monitoring Center, and emergency services are dispatched immediately. An alarm received in this manner cannot be canceled.

Why Businesses Choose Burglary Monitoring With ADT

“It’s really nice to have that added security that ADT is watching, and that they’re alerting us if there are any abnormalities.”

Aan Gonsalves of Mesa, Arizona