Triad Security Systems is one of the leading security system providers in the tri-state area that serves New Jersey, New York, and the greater Long Island area. Triad is also able to manage national accounts from its headquarters in Union, NJ. The company boasts a wide array of professionals, many of which have been employed at Triad since the company was founded in 1984. Triad is an authorized dealer of DSX Access Systems, Bosch Security, and other security systems that also provide DVRs and video cameras for businesses. There are also systems that include card access control, fire alarms, and burglar alarms. There is also the potential for remote management of security systems.
Security System Overview
Triad can install a wide array of home and residential security systems based upon the following technologies below:
- Access Control
- Gate Control (Barrier and Gate Installation)
- Video Surveillance
- Fire and Intrusion Alarms and Testing
- Leased Equipment
- Backup monitoring methods
- Commercial and Industry applications.
- Nicet Certified
- Vicon Certified Dealer
- Onssi Occularis Certified Dealer
- Bosch Certified Dealer
- GE StoreSafe Pro DVR factory training
- Panasonic IP Pro Certification
- Preferred Vendor for Fortune 500 Clients
- National Account Management
- Licensed Locksmith Business
- DCA Fire Permit
Their monitoring centers are also NBFAA and UL-Certified, some of the best and most standard certifications in the industry.
We found that Triad offers one of the most customizable service platforms available. Along with their locksmith services, they also offer the following services for customers:
On their website, we found that the intrusion alarms included Honeywell, Bosch, and others. Sensors are connected to a control unit via hardwire or narrowband RF signal. The most common door and window sensors that Triad provides for home situations are motion via passive infrared and there are pet sensitive monitors available. Triad typically installs both cellular and POTS in high-end residential and commercial environments for customers. Triad’s systems automatically send regular checkup signals to the monitoring station to indicate that things are “okay.”
There were several case studies listed on the website that described some of the installation processes that Triad used. For the door locks that required keys, Triad suggested using Medeco keys and locks, since this key lock manufacturer is the only company that requires the homeowner’s permission to install locks and keys.
We had a hard time determining the cost and startup fee of installing a Triad system in a home. On their website, they don’t provide a lot of information about contract information, monthly pricing information, and how much a leased service costs. There is a lot of information that describes why a client should get a system, but not a lot of specifics on the components of a home security system.
We were also somewhat concerned about the “high-end” nature of Triad’s products and services. The high number of home security and commercial products might overwhelm a customer in a small home.
We would like more transparency with prices. The dealer was hesitant to give us a “complete” price range before setting foot in our home.
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