Since 1964, Sonitrol Security Systems Delaware has been the trusted name for providing home and business security systems in North America.
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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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Why a DIY Security System is Bad For Business

If you're a business owner, your organization's success is probably your top priority. It's understandable that you'd be concerned about your bottom line and make efforts to eliminate any unnecessary expenses. Unfortunately, that could cause you to make poor decisions regarding your office security. In today's digitally powered world, there are DIY tutorials for just about everything. But just because it's possible for someone to handle a task themselves doesn't mean they should. Trying to set up and maintain your own commercial security products will often result in unintended and negative consequences. Let's take a look at a few of the risks you might take by DIYing your office security system, rather than working with a professional security company. You Might Install Products Improperly Alarm systems, video surveillance, and other essential components of any office security system should be installed by the professionals. When you attempt to do this yourself, you could very well overlook the...

The Sonitrol Security Team Attends National Convention

Sonitrol Security of Delaware Valley was well-represented at the national convention held at the Marriott in Fort Lauderdale, Florida from March 14 to March 16, 2019. They learned about new Sonitrol products and services that will allow them to make our customers secure. Steve Fox officially received his national sales award. He has received this honor before. Great job Steve consistently serving our valued Sonitrol Security customers. Photo left to right: Nick Allen, Kelsey Sierra, Brenda Allen and Joe Allen. Joe Allen, Vice-President, Owner of Sonitrol Security of Delaware Valley was shocked when he received the World Class Award. This prestigious honor is given to one individual who has given tirelessly to the Sonitrol network and will go above and beyond. Here is Joe accepting his award. We are so proud of our leader. Here are some photos from the convention: [nggallery ID=24] We look forward to sharing exciting information on future products and services. Be safe!...

Commercial-Industrial Realty Council of Delaware Hosts March Luncheon

On Wednesday, March 13, 2019 members of the Commercial-Industrial Realty Council of Delaware (CIRC/Delaware) and their guests enjoyed learning about an exciting new business moving into Bear, Delaware over the next 12 months. Joe Little (shown above), General Manager, Dot Foods, Inc. provided an update for the plans to build a new distribution center in Delaware. The largest food distributor in North America will construct their 12th distribution center in Bear, Delaware. The $36 million, 401,888 sq ft facility will sit on 36 acres at 301 American Boulevard, near the intersection of Red Lion & Wrangle Hill roads. The company plans to hire 125 people as drivers, as well as warehouse and administative roles. For more information, visit http://www.dotfoods.com/ An update from New Castle County Land Use Department representative Rich Hall on the traffic level of service plans was also on the agenda. As usual, some productive networking was done by attendees before...

Attention Property Managers: Is Your Commercial Property Secure?

Crime never sleeps! The people who work in your commercial office building depend on you to keep them and their property safe. 1 - Do you know who has access to your building? If you own or manage a multi-tenant office building, then you are particularly susceptible to the dangers of crime. Unauthorized individuals are often free to enter and roam around your property without being detected. By carefully regulating who has access to your property you can ensure you safeguard your tenants from potential theft. By installing managed access control you can make sure that only authorized tenants have access to your property. 2 - Do you have a robust security system installed? If you think you have a robust security solution installed but you are still using conventional CCTV systems then you need to rethink your property’s entire security. By implementing an integrated Sonitrol verified security solution, your property and the tenants within it will be properly...

Law Enforcements Trusts the Sonitrol Security Brand

Since 1977, Sonitrol Security has assisted with the capture of over 175,000 criminals. This success is a result of our verified surveillance technology that catches criminals in the act, as well as our strong relationships with law enforcement professionals across North America. Unlike other security solutions available on the market, Sonitrol Security VERIFIES the source of an alarm at the outset, enabling us to keep false alarms to an absolute minimum. In fact, we have less than a 3 per cent false alarm record, while conventional alarms have a 98 per cent false alarm rate or higher. It is because of these low false alarm rates, and our professionalism, that police take our calls seriously - they know our alarms are real. In fact, authorities are so confident in our security technology that the average response time for Sonitrol Security activated alarms is 3.5 seconds, compared to response times for non-verified alarms which can...

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Preventative Measures: How Security Cameras Can Mitigate Employee Theft

As unfortunate as it may be, commercial security systems aren't only there to deter and detect outside thieves. While it's true that shrink forces North American retailers to lose up to $45 billion worth of inventory every year, a good chunk of that number comes from within the business itself. Approximately 75% of employees have admitted to stealing from their employers at least once, and -- with no verified security systems or surveillance cameras in place -- many have been able to get away with it. Let's take a look at three ways installing business security systems can prevent and stop employee theft. A Simple Act: In many cases, it doesn't take much to school errant or crooked employees into either obeying the rules or quitting. The very act of installing surveillance cameras will be enough to remind them that you can see their every move, and may make them think twice before...

Three Industries that Should Consider Upgrading Their Security System

Like many companies, security is important to you, which is why you made sure your business had a security system installed. Time has passed and the security landscape has changed – criminals have become more sophisticated and so has the technology that should be protecting your business from them. Organizations often become complacent, and only realize that their security system is no longer enough after a security breach. If you work in one of the following three industries and haven’t taken a good look at your security system in some time, it may be time to consider an upgrade to ensure that both your organization and resources are protected. 1 - Retail stores If you own or manage a retail store of any type, you know all too well about the threats your store faces on a daily basis - employee theft, shoplifting, break-ins, vandalism and more. While there was a time when CCTV and a lock and key...

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Choosing a Security System? These 7 Tips Will Help You Get the Right One

People who were victims of burglaries lost about $4.5 billion in lost property in 2013. Burglaries of residences accounted for about 74% of all burglaries reported that year. Many people put in high quality alarm systems to protect themselves, their families, and their homes from burglars. If you are choosing a security system, you may not know where to start. Here are some tips for choosing a security system that works for you: Think about who you want to put in your new reliable and effective security system. Do you want to do it yourself? Do you want to hire a professional to do it for you? Talk to some area companies that handle this kind of thing and think about how easy it would be for you to handle. Make sure any contract you sign with a security system monitoring company lasts no longer than one year. You can...

Sonitrol Security Team Members in the Spotlight

We are proud of every one of our team members at Sonitrol Security of Delaware Valley. Two of them have been recognized recently for their achievements. Once again, Steve Fox has been recognized with a Sonitrol Security Sales Warrior Award.  He was ranked #4 in the top 10. Steve has consistently been acknowledged for his sales and customer service skills. [caption id="attachment_14070" align="alignleft" width="225"] Steve will be rewarded with a trip to Puerto Los Cabos Mexico.[/caption] Our Sonitrol Team Member Nick Allen received well-deserved recognition from the Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce. [caption id="attachment_14071" align="alignright" width="300"] The Benjamin Griffith Young Executive Award: Nick Allen, Security Consultant, Sonitrol Security of Delaware Valley.[/caption] This year the Chamber added a new award called the Benjamin Griffith Young Executive Award, named in honor of the Chamber's long-time member and leader, Ben Griffith. This award recognizes a young executive that has created a lasting impression on the community, much like Ben Griffith...

It’s Time to Implement a Better Security Plan

When was the last time you updated your security system?     Here are four reasons why your business should focus on implementing a better security plan: 1 - Old technology is easier to crack. Criminals are going to love your business if you are using old technology to secure your premises. Conventional CCTV cameras that are still used widely, merely record what’s going on and offer far less protection that innovative new technologies. CCTV is pretty much only good for viewing crimes, such as theft and vandalism, after the incident has happened. Criminals know how to get around these systems and CCTV alarms merely act as a timer, telling the criminal they have at least 20 minutes until police show up. Verified alarms, on the other hand, have prevented criminals from getting away with thousands of crimes that would have been devastating for the businesses involved. Verified alarms have almost ZERO FALSE ALARMS unlike conventional alarms...