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Security Systems


Wouldn’t it be great if you could arm your home security system, turn up the heat, unlock a door for a delivery, or turn a light on in your home right from your cellular phone. With a security system from midwestsecurityandfire.com you can. Our systems allow you to arm, disarm, check the status, lock  doors, control thermostats and lights, view cameras, receive a text when your child gets home from school. , and much more right over your cellular phone.

These options and features are reasonably priced and our customers love the ease of use. They feel safe and much more connected when they have control and access to the system. That’s peace of mind. Give us a call today for a demonstration and a free security review.

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Low Temperature and Freeze Up alarms for Residential Home Security Systems

Adjustable Low Temperature Sensor

I just went out to get todays mail and was reminded that winter and cold temperatures are here again. It has been a mild winter so far with little snow and less than average temperatures but that won’t last long. Extreme cold temperature and snow will be here soon enough.

Since many of our customers are second home owners, seasonal residents, or homeowners who may be on vacation during cold periods, we offer low temperature or freeze sensors in their homes. The sensors detect a temperature condition and the alarm system communicates that information with our monitoring center. Our operators notify the homeowner or responsible parties to the condition. POur systems aslo have the ability to adjust temperatures as an option.

Every year we have several of these sensors that activate and we find that the heating system is not working to heat the home. While there are many reasons for this occuring, notification and response to the event is critcal to preventing damages in the home. I have seen homes destroyed by furnace failure and the resulting damages caused by frozen pipes and water damage.

To have this feature installed or added to your existing system, just give us a call at 218-825-8844 or send us an email at info@midwestsecurityandfire.com  . You may find more information about Midwest Security & Fire and our products we install at www.midwestsecurityandfire.com

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