Tips for Zero False Alarms
False alarms can mean costly fees, irritated neighbors, and unnecessary involvement from law enforcement. The risk often makes homeowners reluctant to use their system! Use the following tips to prevent false alarms…
Video Verification: How Police Respond
to Your Alarm Signal Matters
Video verified alarm systems capture and send footage of a burglary in progress to your security provider, allowing better communication with emergency personnel. Is it worth the upgrade?
Commercial Alarm Signal Processing:
How it Works
Learn how we handle a range of alarm signals for commercial clients, including burglar, flood, fire, silent panic and more.
Residential Alarm Signal Processing:
How it Works
When your alarm system gets triggered, what happens next? Discover Supreme’s alarm processing procedure.
5 Signs It’s Time to Upgrade
Your Security System
Does your security system provide the peace of mind and reliability it should? Look out for the following signs that it may be time to replace your security system.
Vacation Home Security Checklist
You may be looking forward to your vacation, but someone else is, too – the burglar who may be targeting your home. Consider these home security tips before your next trip!
If you’re a New Jersey homeowner, this security guide is for you! Learn the most common break-in methods, frequent burglary months and times, and tips you can use today to improve the security of your home in this PDF. View Now »
Convenience stores are notorious targets for shoplifting and robbery. Discover four important elements for deterring criminal acts and reducing internal shrinkage in this infographic.
Choosing a security provider can be daunting. See how Supreme stacks up against DIY home security, independent contractors and nationwide providers…
When clients find us, they stick around (many since our early days!). Find out what qualities give Supreme a unique advantage.
Anatomy of a Home Security System
Our interactive diagram details many of the elements included in most typical home alarm systems. Although every home is different with unique requirements, this diagram provides a good educational foundation on the home security components.