Crash and Smash Protection


Most security systems are programmed to have a brief delay before going off when you walk in the back door. This 30 second delay or more gives you time to disarm the system and prevent a false alarm.

What would happen if a burglar came into your home and heard the control box beeping? What if he knocked it off the wall or otherwise demolished it to prevent it from calling?

The Burns & McBride Smart, Safe Home system includes patented technology from its partner Alarm.com called “Crash and Smash” Protection

With Alarm.com’s exclusive technology, security system destruction can be detected during the entry delay, dialer delay or alarm dialing process, ensuring that even if an intruder is able to locate and disable a control panel in a “Crash & Smash” attack, Alarm.com will still be able to send a signal to the central station for help. Even better, Alarm.com’s advanced technology enables the use of important false alarm reduction features, without compromising security in the event of a real intrusion.

About Burns & McBride

Burns & McBride Home Comfort was founded in 1949 and is committed to providing dependable home comfort and safety services to homeowners throughout the Delaware alley. In addition to home security sales through its unique Smart, Safe Home system, it also provides homeowners with HVAC services, heating oil delivery and waste and recycling services. For more information on Burns & McBride please call us at 302-656-5110 or visit our website at www.burnsandmcbride.com

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