The American Alarm Story
American Alarm and Communications today announces the acquisition of Atlas Alarm Corp. of Weymouth, Massachusetts, a major fire alarm and life-safety systems company in the greater Boston area. The combined company will operate as American Alarm with $40 million in annual revenue projected for 2017.
Returning to its Granite State roots, American Alarm and Communications has expanded and relocated its New Hampshire headquarters to a newly renovated 4,500 square-foot office and service center in Manchester. The facility positions American Alarm to add staff and extend its customer service capabilities across the state.
It was a clear July morning and two Rutland, Massachusetts police officers were walking across Main Street in a marked crosswalk. The approaching Ford Explorer had plenty of time to stop for the pedestrians. Instead, it was almost a tragedy.
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Medical Emergency Systems
Arlington, Mass. — Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor Timothy Murray joined American Alarm leaders today to announce the company's new program to help veterans and their families.
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Whether you need a home security system or a complex business security system solution with life-safety, access control and integrated IP video systems, you've found the right partner in American Alarm. For over 40 years, American Alarm has been providing peace of mind to our customers with our burglar alarm systems, fire alarm systems and remote video monitoring. Our electronic security systems are affordable and effective. Read more about how American Alarm's Home Security and Business Security Systems can help to protect your home and businesses.
American Alarm has won a new three-year designation as a FAC64 preferred provider of security systems and alarm monitoring for public agencies in Massachusetts. Click here for more information on the FAC64 state contract and our Massachusetts Security System Services.
Trapped in Cambridge Elevator
March 23, 2016 12:39 p.m. Cambridge, Mass.
An emergency call from a freight elevator in a Cambridge building was received. One male occupant indicated he was stuck on the fourth floor and the door would not open. Building facilities staff was notified and responded. The man was freed without injury and repairs to the elevator initiated.
What Our Clients Are Saying
“"I want to recognize the service technician named Marty who completed a couple of repairs at the House recently. Marty was courteous, proficient and informative. I greatly appreciate his hard work and sensitivity to our mission and the families we serve." -Michelle L.”
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