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Adding Convenience to Your Home Security System

Each year, Louisiana home burglaries cost residents over $99,000 in home burglaries— that’s about $2,200 per victimized home1! With an ADT monitored security system, you are three times less likely2 to experience a home invasion. The odds say it all; let ADT Monitoring do exactly that: help protect your home 24/7.

A monitored home system allows you to have a peace of mind, knowing your home and loved ones are safe. And now you can have remote access to your alarm system with a wireless keychain remote. Our wireless keychain remote allows you to remotely arm and disarm your security system with the quick press of a button.

Featured on the wireless keychain remote are four essential buttons:

  1. STAY MODE (arms your system without a countdown; great for being home alone)
  2. AWAY MODE (arms the system as you leave)
  3. DISARM (disarms the system without entering the password on the digital touchpad)
  4. PANIC (quickly alerts emergency personnel)

With the wireless keychain remote, it doesn’t matter where your digital touchpad is located or how many digital touchpads are installed. Your keychain remote is portable and gives quick access to the security system. So whether you have your hands full as you are entering or leaving the house, bypass the digital touchpad on the wall, take out your keychain remote and press the appropriate button. The signal works between 75-100 feet from the main unit, giving you exactly the right range you’ll need.

Next time you go out of town, even your pet or house sitter will greatly benefit from having access to the keychain remote. It eliminates the need to give an alarm password and makes it easy to access the alarm system without confusion. Our wireless keychain remote is great for anyone and keeps things simple. In unison to the digital touchpad (which can allow two-way voice communication), your home should be fully secure.

Call us today to learn how to get a wireless keychain remote for your home security system.

1FBI Uniform Crime Reports, 2011 2Simon Hakim, Temple University, quoted by Elizabeth Chang, An Alarming Trend, The Washington Post, Nov 14, 1999