Call us at 913-270-1063 and we'll help you find the security system that exactly fits your needs:
We will listen carefully and design a solution that meets your needs.
Quick, professional installation and training
Peace of Mind, knowing that we are watching, even if you're not there.
As your security needs evolve, we be there. Just give us a call.
Taking Peace of Mind and Convenience to the Next Level
You can control your security system along with lights, locks, garage doors, and thermostats. You can get text or email alerts with system events or when one of your cameras detects motion and you can watch your live video. Your system can take action or send reminders when it detects you've left the area and some can be controlled by Alexa and many other home automation systems.
Smart Phone Apps
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Adds Text & Email Alerts, plus control of Security System
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"I just got to the office and couldn't remember if I left the door open or not, so I checked my phone."
"you did absolutely everything you said you were going to do for the price quoted, explained things very thoroughly, technician was on time and very professional . . ."
Welcome to Your Connected Home
Honeywell's next-generation security and home controller puts your home at your fingertips-all from one vibrant 7" touchscreen. The LYRIC Controller is intuitive, and easy to use, whether you're controlling security, thermostats, cameras, light or locks with a tap on the touchscreen or the sound of your voice.
LYRIC Round Thermostat
LYRIC Extra Keypads
Regardless of what type of security system you decide on, there are three main principles to security, whether your are a home owner or a business. They are sometimes referred to as the 3 D’s. Deterrence, Denial, and Detection. By filling out the form to the right, you can order a free home security checklist that we will email to you, providing many safety and security ideas. Our main office is located in Overland Park, but we serve a large Kansas City centered region from Harrisonville to St. Joseph and from Grain Valley to Topeka.
Your first priority is to discourage a would-be criminal from targeting you in the first place. This involves making it look like you are home even when you are not and demonstrating that there is a security system of some sort in place. Also, by keeping valuables out of sight. You can get more ideas in our home security checklist.
If you are unsuccessful in deterring the criminal and they decide to target your home, you want to make it as difficult and time consuming as possible to gain entry. This certainly includes closing and locking all doors and windows, but also track locks, dead-blots and other additional reinforcements on vulnerable entry points. Our security experts can help you identify some of these points and give ideas for reinforcing.
OK, so we weren’t able to deter the criminal and they were able to gain access to your premises. Now it is time to detect the intrusion as quickly as possible and report it to you and the authorities immediately. This serves two purposes. First it gets the authorities on the seen as soon as possible to try to apprehend the criminal, but just as important, it allows them to secure your property before you return home so that you minimize your chances of coming home to surprise an intruder.
“Our Priority is Protecting People and Giving You the Peace of Mind You Deserve. Our mission is to make sure that if there is an intrusion, fire, or other emergency, that we notify you and the authorities as quickly as possible."
"I'm really liking it. It's so easy to use, even the app. I forgot to set it once and got a reminder text and was able to set it from my cell phone at my appointment. Also like the feature of knowing that my pet sitter has come and gone."
Today there are two main types of security systems: Wireless All-In-One Security Systems and Hardwired/Hybrid Security Systems. Both systems can support similar of features. Wireless Systems have several advantages, including ease of installation, outstanding value and flexibility in positioning equipment. The hardwired systems don't have as many batteries to replace and have and are well suited for large installations, existing systems, and new builds.