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REED SECURITY SUPPORTS HOSPITAL HOME LOTTERY

Local companies support local causes and when the opportunity came to support the Hospital Home Lottery Reed Security stepped up to the plate. This years $1.4 Million dollar grand prize showhome is Protected by Reed Security and features a Simon XTi interactive security system.

Door sensors provide primary protection and motion sensors provide secondary protection with our layered security design. A loud 85 decibel siren lets unwanted visitors know it's time to leave an limits losses. Reed Security's 24/7 Rapid Response Monitoring Operators watch over the property and notify the proper authorities in the event of an alarm. The touch screen keypad is easy-to-use and has emergency buttons that can alert the Police and Fire Department immediately during an emergency. The touchscreen displays weather forecasts and can provide severe weather alerts.

Please buy your ticket today and support a great cause. The lottery showhome is located at 9-602 Cartwright Street, The Willows.

 

TESTIMONIAL FROM SCHULTE INDUSTRIES

"The install went good, cameras are functioning good, your crew is very knowledgeable in the field and we are pleased with Reed security.
There are a lot of companies in the security business I am sure, but it is your commitment to the customer and service that you provide is where Reed security really shines. If any potential customer wants to call me they can."

Glenn Thacyk, Schulte Industries

www.schulte.ca 

REED SECURITY PROTECTS ELIM CHURCH

Elim Church recently opened their multi-million dollar state-of-the-art facility at 419 Slimmon Road. We consulted with Administration Pastor Kevin Abrey and designed a custom security solution to protect the staff, visitors, and the building. We installed layered security consisting of an Alarm System with Burglar and Fire protection. Elim Church staff are notified of any events by Reed's 24/7 Rapid Response Monitoring Stations. An Access Control Swipe Card system restricts access to perimeter and interior doors and a ReedHD Hi-Def Video Surveillance system captures activities at entrance ways and parking lots. We worked with the contractor (Quorex Construction) and the electricians (Aim Electric) to ensure the security project was successful and completed on time.

To see photos follow the link below.

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.345192428894643.80639.126019737478581&type=1&l=b007dd71ee

 

NEW REED ALARM.COM SERVICES NOW AVAILABLE

In addition to Arming/DisArming your Home with your IPhone/Ipad/PC you can now control your entire home with Reed Alarm.com.

NOW AVAILABLE:

emPower Lights - Turn lights on/off via web or mobile apps. Create schedules to have specific lights turn on/off at specific times.

emPower Thermostats - Remotely control thermostat(s) via web or mobile apps and easily create customizable schedules to set temperatures based on the time of day. Run your home more efficiently.

emPower Locks - Remotely control door locks via the web or mobile apps, see lock status (locked/unlocked) and receive email messages when a lock is accessed by a specific user.

Live Video Monitoring - View live video on upto 8 cameras via Reed Alarm.com and mobile apps.

Image Sensor - Capture motion activated images during system alarm events. Up to 5 sets of images are uploaded per alarm.

Additional charges apply for equipment and service plans. Contact our office for more details.

 

HOW TO AVOID A BREAK-IN

Installing a security system will decrease the odds of having a break-in by nearly 400%. There are a few more things you can do to keep the odds in your favor.

1. Use common sense.
  • If you lose a key, get the locks changed.
  • Ask all strangers for identification.
  • DO NOT advertise on FaceBook that you are on vacation
  • Never hide an extra key outdoor - especially underneath a mat or on top of a light fixture. This is the first place the bad guys look. Leave an extra house key with a friend or a neighbor.
2. Make it difficult.
  • Door chains are easy to bypass. Install deadbolts.
  • Install a stopper or stick on all sliding doors and windows.
  • Install window bars on all basement windows.
  • Install exterior motion lights.
3. Break-in's occur when you are away.
  • Make sure all doors and windows are properly locked.
  • Keep your premises well lit at night. Install timers that turn lights on at different times. This gives the appearance that someone is home.
  • If you are going on holidays, have someone look after things such as collecting your mail and newspapers and cutting your lawn.
  • Advise our Rapid Response Monitoring Station you will be away.
4. In case you do have a break-in:
  • If it looks like a door or window was forced open, do not go inside. The Burglar may still be on site. Call the Police from your cellular phone or from a neighbor's house and wait.
  • For insurance purposes, photograph or videotape the contents of your home. Keep all receipts in a safe and easy to find location.
  • Write down the model and serial number of all electronics.
  • If you didn't already have a security system, now is the time to install one. A second break-in is possible after the insurance company replaces your original goods.

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LOCATIONS

Locations
SASKATOON
Reed Security Group (HEAD OFFICE)
14-1724 Quebec Avenue
Saskatoon, SK S7K 1V9
Ph: 306.653.3200

SuRe InnoVations
1701 Saskatchewan Avenue
Saskatoon, SK S7K 1P7
Ph: 306.974.0888
1.844.384.SAFE (7233)

Locations
REGINA
ViboPulse Services
Ph: 306.206.0700


Locations
PRINCE ALBERT
Thor Security Ltd.
1-243 South Industrial Drive
Prince Albert, SK S6V 7L9
Ph: 306.922.7200

Locations
CALGARY
Oxford Security Systems
1105, 6027-79th Avenue SE
Calgary, AB T2C 5P1
Ph: 587.393.2800

24/7 RAPID RESPONSE MONITORING STATIONS

1.800.268.6870

UCITonline VIDEO MONITORING STATIONS

1.866.756.7847