We understand that your business is as unique as you are. As a business owner, nothing matters more than protecting your employees, customers, and business. So whether you're looking for a system to help protect against intruders, alert you to potential hazards, or welcome you to the office, Holmes Security Systems has a solution that can be customized for you. The latest system, the ProSeries is ideal for SMBs; it brings security, safety, and comfort together in a hassle-free package that's easy to control and grows over time alongside your business.
ProSeries offer professionally installed security and safety, detecting intruders, fire, floods, and carbon monoxide. In addition, it alerts you to movement and potential intruders ― reducing false alarms from employees operating the system incorrectly. What's more, 24/7/365 professional and LOCAL monitoring can verify alarms and alert appropriate first responders if necessary.
Along with professional security and life safety, the ProSeries family of products make your business smarter ― and allows it to be managed together from one system. For example, you can control your security settings, raise and lower your thermostat, adjust lighting, and much more, all with the touch of a button.
When combined with the Holmes Security Total Connect App that you can use from wherever you are, you will have Peace of Mind.
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