Milwaukee Home Security
- Residential Security Systems
- Wireless Home Security Systems
- Residential Monitoring
- Residential Alarm Systems
- Residential Security Camera Systems
Residential Security Systems
Make a wise choice: protect your family and property
Did you know that home alarm systems deter intruders from attempting break-ins: homes without alarm systems are twice as likely to be burglarized as homes with alarm systems?
Wisconsin insurance companies commonly offer discounts of 10% or more when premises are protected by electronic security systems.
Our knowledgeable Milwaukee Home Security and Racine based staff can help evaluate your security needs and help implement a system that will meet your requirements while staying within your budget.
"AA Security has been protecting me and my family around the clock for 12 years. It's state-of-the art technology that's reliable and easy to use. We sleep better at night and never worry about being victims of a burglar --or worse."
— Eric, Sussex, WI
Whether at home or away AA Security is on the job to protect what you value most!
Burglary alarm and intrusion detection: Total security with convenience you have to love!
AA Security offers intrusion detection solutions that are designed to meet the changing and diverse needs of today’s most varied lifestyles. The systems we offer feature modular-based wired as well as wireless controls and peripheral components.
All devices are easily installed and the selection we offer can complement almost any decor.
The modular design makes it easy to expand protection without having to start all over with new hardware and sensors. Expand your system as your house grows to accommodate more family members or protection types.
AA Security offers multiple intrusion detection systems to cover the entire application and cost spectrum that is typical of home systems.
Is a wireless home security system right for you? An advantage of a wireless home security system is that if you ever move it is easy to take it with you. It is a portable home alarm system. There are no holes in your walls. And there isn't an extra expense of landline. There are no wires to run so the installation is fast and mess free!
Do you have to choose between a wireless and a wired home security system? Both technologies can be used for your home security. Learn more about the Concord 4.
At AA Security & Monitoring we are committed to protecting what you value. Having a reliable monitored system will give you peace of mind that your loved ones and belongings are safe. Residential monitoring will alert you and the authorities to fire threats with smoke and heat detectors which remain active 24-hours a day as well as to the threat of break-in from sensors that monitor doors and windows. Additionally, the technology incorporated in alarm systems installed by AA Security allows you to check the status of your home from your smart phone.
Residential Alarm Systems
Homes without alarm systems are three times as likely to be broken into than those that do. Residential alarm systems help you sleep soundly. Home security systems can consist of various components. For example some home alarm systems may or may not have cameras, recorders, monitoring software, carbon monoxide detectors, control panels and interfaces. You'll likely want window and door sensors. In determining the right alarm system for your home you'll want to consider if outdoor surveillance would be beneficial.
Residential Security Camera Systems
Residential Security Systems are an important component of the home surveillance system. Security cameras are just as important to secure a condo or apartment as it is to secure a house. Learn more about TruVision CCTV Video Surveillance.
We service the whole Milwaukee, WI area including Franklin, New Berlin, Waukesha, Brookfield, Menomonee Falls, Racine and Kenosha.
Top 10 Residential Security Tips
- Most criminals spend no more than 60 seconds attempting to break into a home. This means that a little effort can go a long way. Always lock your doors; even if you are running to a neighbor's house for a quick visit. You never know who could be watching your house.
- Males under the age of 25 commit most burglaries. They look for items that are small, expensive, and can easily be converted to cash. Items like quality jewelry and watches should never be left on dressers or stored in obvious jewelry cases. Instead use a secure safe. A less expensive alternative is to use creative hiding places. For example, with a little effort old clothing can be altered to have a secret pocket and would easily be overlooked by a burglar if it was hung in the closet with your other shirts. Books can be hollowed out and still look natural on a shelf. Food cans and other common household items can also be effectively altered to hold the valuable items yet be unsearched during a burglary.
- 70% of the burglars use some amount of force to enter a dwelling, but their preference is to gain easy access through an open door or window. Lock your windows.
- Ordinary household tools like screwdrivers, channel-lock pliers, small pry bars, and small hammers are most often used by burglars.
- Burglars prefer to choose an unoccupied home with the easiest access, the greatest amount of cover, and with the best escape routes. Make the residence appear occupied with lighting on timers. Use plenty of outdoor lights and motion detectors are a good way to minimize energy usage and disturbing neighbors at night.
- If something doesn't seem exactly right when you return home, don't go inside. Go to a neighbor's home for assistance.
- Burglar-proof your home by putting up a "Beware of Dog" sign.
- Never hide house keys under the door mat or a rock that is near your door. Instead give an extra key to a trusted neighbor or purchase a secure lockbox that has a security code (ask your Custom Alarm sales person for details).
- Add a peephole with a wide-angle and mount it no higher than 5 feet.
- Use quality doors and locks. Include a deadbolt lock with one-inch throw bolt. Also use a heavy duty strike plate.