Perks of Back to Base Alarm Monitoring — Rock Security
Skip to content
paymenticons
paymenticons
Perks of Back to Base Alarm Monitoring

Perks of Back to Base Alarm Monitoring

The perks of 24/7 back to base alarm monitoring and why you need it

They say home is where the WiFi connects automatically. While that’s about 80% true, we believe the last 20% of the definition of home is where you feel safe. Home is your sanctuary, where your treasures are – and we’re not just talking possessions here. Your family, a piece on this earth that’s just your own, the place where you find rest. Now, unfortunately you can’t be around every hour of every day to protect everything you hold dear. So that’s where we come in, with 24/7 back to base alarm monitoring.

What is back to base alarm monitoring and how does it work?

You may have heard of back to base alarm monitoring before but didn’t necessarily think you needed it at that stage, or considered how it could benefit your life. Back to base alarm monitoring is a service provided by a registered Australian security company, basically meaning that signals from your home or business alarm system are watched from a trusted Grade A1 alarm monitoring centre, such as ours, every second of every day to ensure that help is on the way should a burglar gain access to the premises. Rock Security’s Grade A1 alarm monitoring centre is based in Brisbane, where our specially trained controllers are protecting homes & businesses 24/7 from the Gold Coast all the way to the Sunshine coast. Once the signal of a positive activation is received, our professional team will immediately alert the authorities to respond to the incident.

The benefits of having 24/7 alarm monitoring

  • The #1 perk of around-the-clock monitored security systems means that we’re looking out for you, regardless of how far away from home you are. Whether you just pop out to the store, get stuck at the office or go travelling for a long weekend, we’re watching for the faintest sign of trouble at your property and we’ll send help. Leave your security in our capable hands for a reassuring peace of mind.
  • We’re not only there for when you’re not! While violent crimes such as home invasions or armed robberies aren’t prevalent across many South-East Queensland suburbs, you can never be too prepared. Feel safe even at night and over weekends when the family is spending time at home, knowing your back to base alarm is monitored and that help will come once you hit the panic button.
  • Have you ever been in an emergency situation and your mind went blank? Being in shock you couldn’t even remember a number to call. Home mishaps and workplace incidents occur often, from tripping and falling and breaking bones or needing stitches, to concussions or accidents with boiling water, near-drownings, heart attacks or deep cuts, emergency situations happen that leave us paralysed. No need to remember any number, press the panic button and we’ll send emergency services to assist.
  • The more layers of security you add to your alarm system, the more effective it will be. Starting with perimeter protection such as outdoor beams, strip beams and flood lights, CCTV cameras, door and window magnetic locks and passive infrared detectors inside. Not only does this increase the chances of a burglar being detected and sending the signal to our 24/7 monitoring centre, but security devices also act as deterrents, causing burglars to think twice before entering your property.
A Security risk assessment is comprehensive and allow us to provide clients with the best advice and most effective solutions, that fit within your budget. If you're serious about your security, contact the Rock Security team today for a free site assessment from a trained security specialist.

What is back to base alarm monitoring and how does it work?

The benefits of securing your home, business and loved ones with back to base monitoring can’t be measured. Do you have an existing alarm system? One of Rock Security’s core principals in protecting our clients is regularly maintaining your alarm system. The industry standard recommends testing your alarm system once a year, but we highly recommend testing your alarm & CCTV system at least twice. Our trained technical teams will be more than happy to help.
Previous article Security Risk Assessment
Next article 6 Reasons why you should buy security equipment from our online store
×

Request Product Pricing

I agree to my email being stored and used to receive the newsletter.