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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Focused Business Security Solutions

Who is watching your business when you are not there? If you have a top-notch security system from a leader in business security solutions than you have nothing to worry about, if you do not, you may become a statistic. Multi-layered business security solutions help to protect your property when you are not there. They also can help to deter crime. Deterring Crime Ideally, your burglar detection system will never be tripped because your security system will help to prevent crime. A recent survey revealed that 83% of convicted burglars reported that they would look for business alarm systems before they considered breaking in. Nine out of ten burglars report that they would move on to the next “mark” if a security system was present. Support from a leader in business alarm systems that include verified audio detection, a CCTV camera solution, and an access control system, can help to not only protect but...

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4 Must-Know Tips for Choosing a Reliable Business Security System in 2020

Each year, American businesses lose billions to burglary and theft. On average, a burglary case happens every 23 seconds. Whether it is a school, commercial property, or a city office, the importance of robust security systems cannot be underestimated.   Finding the right business security system can sometimes be a daunting task due to the many providers available. Read on to understand the crucial factors to consider when choosing a reliable business security system.   Budget   How much are you willing to spend? Modern-day business security systems come in all sorts of service plans. In the past few years, commercial security companies have started offering new smart devices that the user can set up on their own. However, it is advisable to work with firms that do the actual installation.   Budget planning is a great way to weigh all the available options before choosing commercial security products that are within what you can afford. Security systems...

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A Guide to Help You Choose the Right Commercial Security System

Business owners continuously face security threats to their physical and data-based assets. Research shows that over 16 million property crimes occur every year, with businesses losing over $4.5 billion in asset value. Most enterprises are turning to robust commercial security systems to keep their inventory, data, and staff safe. Qualities of A Reliable Business Security system Vendors such as Sonitrol Security offer ultra-modern commercial security systems with numerous features to ward off intruders and trespassers. Here are some factors to consider when choosing business security solutions. 1. Asset Protection Standard alarm systems don’t make the cut in this modern age, with smart burglars and hackers coming up with new ways to harm your business. Choose a security product with an audio-based intrusion detection system. The motion intrusion systems, coupled with CCTV camera solutions, provide alerts and video surveillance against burglary attempts. Besides, you need a security package that protects against office fires with smoke...

3 Critical Features of a School Security and Alarm System

There are many threats that schools must address when it comes to the security and safety of students and staff. External threats range from casual intruders to armed threats. But the school also has to deal with internal threats that can compromise the integrity of data and information systems. Below are some critical features of alarm systems that are necessary for every school. 1. Central Monitoring You will need to set up an infrastructure that can track down threats in multiple buildings from a central location. The school can mount security cameras in the parking lot to monitor the happenings. It can serve as a deterrent for unwanted activities such as bullying, drug abuse, or violence. An audio-based intrusion detection system can reduce incidences of intrusion and help the school apprehend trespassers. Even the presence of the camera could force intruders to turn away. Modern alarm systems have video surveillance that can produce...

How Can I Prevent Burglary of My Business?

Business owners are faced with many responsibilities. One of these responsibilities is often overlooked, primarily because it is not something that many business owners like to think about. However, every business is susceptible to trespassers and even burglars. A commercial security system can not only deter threats, it can also give you peace of mind and protect your assets. Commercial Security Systems Deter Threats When a business comes up on a criminal's radar, there are usually two things that will happen. The criminal will either decide then and there to commit a crime or they will wait and lay out a plan. Typically, the latter is most often the case. A criminal will drive by the location, make notes, and will determine their point of entry. However, if the criminal notices a digital video surveillance system, they are less likely to choose that business to commit burglary. Why? For the simple reason that...

Crucial Things You Should Know about Intrusion Security in 2020

Networks are prone to rampant security violations and manipulations by unauthorized persons. Network administrators are in charge of handling everything involving intrusion security. Appropriate measures are put in place to subvert it and ensure no further abuses take place. Every network requires an IDS (Intrusion Detection System) to ensure that everything is running accordingly. SIEMs systems have better features with the capability to filter out real threats and violations. When an administrator wants to install IDS software, they must take into account the computers in a network. What a single computer needs differs from the requirements of a more extensive network. Read on to learn the intricacies of intrusion security. How Best to Use IDS Hackers are notorious in trying to penetrate any network they come across. Administrators work with IDS to make the network as secure as possible. Failure to secure the system leads to exposure and violation. An IDS comes into effect by...

Why Businesses Need Commercial Access Control Systems

Businesses of all kinds have valuables that may interest thieves. Computers alone can be sold for a profit, and many types of businesses have these on-site. Printers, office equipment, and office supplies can be a target for anyone who wants to make some quick cash. It's important for businesses to stay secure with commercial access control systems that protect against theft. These days standard alarm systems won't do. Companies need a complete access control system to keep all their property safe.   What Do Commercial Access Control Systems Do?   Most alarm systems, even those designed for commercial use, are made to have a built-in delay before anyone is contacted. This delay can range anywhere from 30 seconds to a full three minutes. Three minutes is plenty of time for a thief to break in, grab some valuable items, and get out. Alarm systems can be fooled, broken, delayed, or otherwise imperfect. Smart thieves...

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Is It Time to Upgrade Your Business Alarm System?

In these uncertain times, you'll want to do everything you can to protect your business. Whether your industry has been deemed essential or you've closed your doors for the time being, you won't want to take any risks with your security. You'll need to take precautions in order to keep your business and your worksite safe. That may be precisely why you installed a commercial security system years ago. One out of every seven businesses has an alarm system, after all. But that doesn't necessarily mean that your business will be as secure as it needs to be. When business alarm systems become outdated, the level of protection they offer decreases. So is it time to upgrade your alarm system? The following signs may be a good indication that you could benefit from the newer business alarm systems that are now readily available. Your Employees Still Use Keys to Enter An outdated entry system...

Commercial Industrial Realty Council Hosts March Luncheon

Who knew back  on March 11 that it would be our last luncheon for awhile! As you are all aware, group gatherings have been cancelled due to the current health crisis. Obviously, the April 8 CIRC luncheon at the Hotel Dupont has been postponed. The March luncheon featured Continuing Education Classes before and after the meeting. A group photo was taken for a future ad in the Delaware Business Times. Charlie Tomlinson also made a special offer for CIRC members who want to promote their business in the publication. Attendees received an update on Port of Wilmington activities from Dave Harriss, Vice-President, Commercial Operations, GT USA Wilmington. Kathryn Bradley, GT USA Wilmington, had an emergency that prevented her from attending the luncheon. Mr. Harriss is in sales, so it was natural for him  to speak to our group. Dave Harriss, Vice President, Commercial Operations, GT USA Wilmington gave the Gulftainer/Port of Wilmington presentation to CIRC ...

Sonitrol Security Protects Schools During Crisis

As many schools across the country are moving to remote learning to combat the spread of the Coronavirus COVID-19, Facility Managers and Security Officers are considering how best to secure their K-12 facilities from break-ins, thefts and vandalism since they are closed for an extended period of time. We know our schools are full of valuable items such as computers, TVs and gym equipment. These facilities are three times more likely to be burglarized than a business. Vandalism cost schools more than $1 billioan a year. Sonitrol Security is one of the largest security providers to K-12 schools across North America. Team Sonitrol proudly secures many schools in the Delaware, New Jersey and Southeastern Pennsylvania market, including the City of Philadelphia. Tips for Keeping Schools Secure During Extended Closures The following are a few ideas for Facility and Security staff to make sure their buildings and campuses are secure during this time: Review security policies...