Since 1964, Sonitrol Security Systems Delaware has been the trusted name for providing home and business security systems in North America.
Delaware (302) 652-3060
Outside Delaware (877) 652-3060
Our Address 802 First State Blvd, Wilmington, DE 19804


Since 1964, Sonitrol Security has been the trusted name for providing home and business security systems in North America, with a combination of human know-how and the latest technology. Our system is so sophisticated that we often catch criminals before they gain entry to our customers' facilities.
Delaware (302) 652-3060
Outside Delaware (877) 652-3060
Our Address 802 First State Blvd, Wilmington, DE 19804
NJ Address 60 West Mill St, Pedricktown, NJ 08067

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Does Your Company Have an Enclosed Parking Area that Needs to be Protected?

Enclosed parking lots contain expensive vehicles and valuable contents. This leaves car owners and their passengers particularly vulnerable to becoming the victims of theft, violence and other criminal activities such as vandalism. In fact, closed parking garages are frequently becoming the favored “hunting grounds” for thieves and vandals. That’s why business owners who manage their own closed parking lots have a big responsibility when it comes to the safety and security of their customers and employees. With so many security solutions on the market, how does your business know which one will work best for the specific design of your parking lot? The threat to people and property in enclosed parking garages is significantly higher than the threat in open lots. That’s because isolated floors often make it difficult to implement effective surveillance and monitoring systems. Criminals find it easier to hide. That’s why many closed parking lots, also known as garages, either control...

Are You Aware of the High Cost of False Alarms?

Did you know that 94 to 98 percent of all alarm activations are false? With each of these false alarms, resources are wasted and avoidable pressure is put on the responding authorities whose time could have been better spent on real crimes and community outreach. Had the alarm been VERIFIED before the necessary teams were dispatched, this wasted time and money would have been saved. That's why an increasing number of jurisdictions are moving towards false alarm penalties as a means of incentivizing business owners to upgrade their security systems. What is a Verified Alarm? Unlike conventional alarms, where you have no way of knowing what level of attention is needed until someone goes to the property to see why the alarm was triggered (which is where the responding authorities come in),verified audio and video security solutions enable professional alarm operators to hear and see what is happening in your business - allowing them to...

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Benefits of a Security Access Control System

Every business owner wants to know that their business is safe at all times. Having that peace of mind can be critical in preventing criminal activity. The majority of burglars, roughly 83%, said that finding out whether a business had an alarm or not would determine whether they would attempt to rob that business. There is no doubt that security systems for businesses, including those with surveillance cameras and surveillance videos, are important. But what about other security systems for your business? In some cases, you may actually need to protect your business's assets from those you actually know. Security access control systems can restrict access to certain areas of your business -- whether that restriction is solely for customers or employees. Read below to see some of the benefits of these systems. Convenience Have you ever gotten home, gotten out of your car, and went to search for your keys in order...

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5 Benefits of an Alarm System for Businesses

It is important for all businesses, big and small alike, to install a commercial security system. Having put your sweat, time, and capital in your company, the last thing you want is a burglar breaking in and making away with any of your company’s assets. Burglaries are common in North America. A study published by the Center for Retail Research and conducted by The Global Retail Theft Barometer ascertained that U.S. businesses lose about $45 billion from inventory theft every year. This is a sad affair given that small and big businesses are the backbone of the economy of the United States. To prevent and tame this trend, most business owners rely on commercial security companies such as Sonitrol Security of Delaware Valley to provide them with an alarm system for businesses. Alarm companies in Philadelphia PA and other states advocate for all businesses to have a business surveillance system put...

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What Are Integrated Alarm Systems?

For many commercial property owners, integrated alarm systems are proof that sometimes more is better. While the old saying professes that less is more, that's not true when it comes to the highly effective alarm systems Delaware business owners depend on. Sometimes it takes more coverage, more equipment, and more layers to keep your business protected. An integrated alarm system is a multi-layer system that works together seamlessly to best protect your property. In today’s world, unfortunately, buying a simple CCTV camera solution for security or putting up a fake security system sticker is just not enough. For many businesses, even a conventional security system may not cut it. That's why integrated alarm systems are gaining popularity. What Are Integrated Alarm Systems? Integrated alarm systems are systems that contain several different parts that work together to fully protect your property. For example, your integrated security system can contain: Access control points Security cameras ...

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Top Commercial Security Prediction Trends for 2020

Commercial security companies are gearing up for what is to be expected a very busy year in 2020. It is estimated that the need for commercial security protection will increase in 2020 by 19%. Currently, it is estimated that one out of every seven commercial properties is protected by a security system. Business security solutions from commercial security companies that specialize in security systems for businesses have been shown to reduce burglaries and other unauthorized entry by 67%. Most commercial properties agree that having a business security system is a must. Many have plans of having a state of the art system installed in 2020. What is going to really be trending in physical security systems in 2020? Biometrics Will Be Bigger It is hard to beat the security of an access control point that requires biometric checks to gain entry. People lose key cards, misplace keys, have the same stolen, but your...

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Get Complete Protection With Audio Detection

Protecting your commercial property from unauthorized entry starts with having the state of the art security system that includes audio detection. Audio detection can add the additional layer of protection to your commercial property needs.   An audio-based intrusion detection system is the ultimate in business security solutions. Business security solutions are available that can actually listen when you can’t to what is happening in your commercial property.   Exceptional Protection   The fact is a security system can be the best deterrent available to keep out unauthorized entry into your commercial property. A recent study found that 83% of convicted criminals report that they will check for a security system before they break into a property.   Have a high-quality security system installed with an audio detection system that can help to keep burglars from attempting a break-in at your commercial property. Protecting your property with a security system from a trusted source is imperative.   Not Just Any...

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Why Your Business Needs an Alarm System

Businesses are important aspects of the economy, both financially and socially. No matter the size of your business, it deserves to be protected from criminal activity. New technological advancements can provide you with a managed access control system that will protect your business from burglars and alert emergency personnel. This ensures your business can operate safely for years to come. Deter Burglars Burglars and other criminals who trespass typically make a plan before they enter a property. They normally case out the area, locate weak points, and create a plan of entry and exit. However, they also make their decisions on whether or not businesses have a security system in place. Break-ins typically rise the last two weeks out of the year. Alert Emergency Response Teams No matter the size of your business, you may need to have emergency services on the scene at some point or another. A comprehensive security system can send...

How to Reduce Theft, Vandalism and Employee Fraud in Your Restaurant

The restaurant industry is becoming increasingly competitive, particularly with disruptors, such as Door Dash and Uber Eats, changing the way consumers engage with the food service industry. As a result, both chain and independent restaurants have struggled over the past few years, with many restaurant businesses closing down. To stay competitive, loss prevention is crucial. In fact, internal and external theft, as well as other forms of crime, can considerably harm the profitability of your business. While statistics are few and far between in regards to crime in the restaurant industry, employee theft in the US alone totals between $3 and $6 billion dollars each year, while the US National Restaurant Association claims around 4 percent of all restaurant revenue is lost to in-house theft. And that’s not even including external theft. Criminal damage and theft at your restaurant, whether internal or external, lower profits and increases the odds that your business will fail. Thankfully, however,...

Improve Office Security this Holiday Season

The hustle and bustle of the busy holiday season is here. Now is the perfect time to review your company's office security. In fact, now is the time of year to determine whether there are any vulnerabilities you need to be aware of during the holiday season. Employees are away and you have closed up shop for some well-deserved time with friends and family. There’s a wide number of ways that criminals can disrupt your operations during the holiday season. Here are some of the most common: Burglars looking for cash, computer equipment or client information; Break and enters; Vandalism; Arson To ensure that your business stays secure through the winter season, consider these security tips: 1. Secure workstations Disconnect and remove computers that are not currently being used. Lock all paperwork in filing cabinets and use a locked box for paperwork waiting to be shredded. 2. Protect your printers Modern printers often store documents in their onboard...