How much does a home security system cost?

The total cost of a home security system can be measured in three phases: purchase price, installation costs, and operating costs over time. Purchase price varies by provider, equipment package, and payment options.

Some home security systems come with only basic door & window sensors. More high-end equipment packages, come with a touch-screen control panel and the option to add outdoor home security cameras, all of which require professional installation. Professional installation services may cost up to $250 or more depending upon several factors. The Federal and provincial government regulate who can install security systems. All installers must be insured and have complete background checks.

The home security market offers many equipment packages that center around an audible alarm to scare of intruders who trigger a door/window sensor. Monitored home security systems cost between $30 and $90 per month. Although criminology research suggests most intruders flee at the first sound of an alarm, complete home security offers much more than just crime prevention. Protection from natural disasters, home appliance malfunctions, and medical emergencies should also be considered. In addition to providing more comprehensive protection, complete home security systems that are backed by professional monitoring services may also qualify customers for discounted homeowner’s insurance premiums of up to 20 percent.


Sadly, burglaries happen. But by installing a burglar alarm you’re reducing the chances of becoming a victim of crime. Our burglar alarm systems are not only reliable when called on, but act as a great deterrent – when asked, 93% of burglars said they’d avoid one of our monitored alarms. 

Protection from Flood and Fire

Having a constant and reliable defence against the destruction or damage to your home is the primary reason for having a monitored security system.  When you are out, asleep or otherwise unavailable the monitoring team will be there for you and your family. Getting an alert that there is water or excessive heat coming into your home can will help you get the tools to save your home in case of an emergency. 

Medical Alert

You deserve to live your life on your terms, and should always feel safe in your home. If an emergency arises, the simple press of a button will notify dedicated response personnel, who can work to alert medical personnel immediately on your behalf. A team member will even stay on with you until help arrives. You deserve to live life on your terms, and we can help.

Medical alert devices are your lifeline to emergency services. If you fall, become disoriented, have a stroke or heart attack, get in a car accident, or suffer any distress, a push of a button connects you with people to help.

Popular among seniors, these literal life-savers prove extraordinarily useful to anyone especially to those living alone.  

Natural Gas Leaks and Carbon Monoxide

Protection by Detection. 

Many gas leaks are slow and undetectable. This can eventually lead to natural gas poisoning, which can have serious effects on the health of all of a home’s living occupants: humans, pets and even plants. Symptoms of natural gas poisoning include gastrointestinal problems, an increase in allergic reactions, fatigue, forgetfulness, high red and white blood cell counts, migraines, pain and discomfort.

Carbon Monoxide can build up indoors and poison people and animals who breathe it.The most common symptoms of Carbon Monoxide poisoning are headache, dizziness, weakness, upset stomach, vomiting, chest pain, and confusion. Carbon Monoxide symptoms are often described as “flu-like.” If you breathe in a lot of Carbon Monoxide it can make you pass out or kill you. People who are sleeping or drunk can die from Carbon Monoxide poisoning before they have symptoms.

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