Our monitoring services are operational 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, without interruption.

  • - 530,500 structure fires occurred in the US during 2007
  • - One structure fire was reported every 59 seconds. Up 3% from 2006
  • - 3,000 civilian* fire deaths. One civilian death occurred every two hours and 33 minutes
  • - 15,350 civilian fire injuries
  • - One civilian injury occurred every 30 minutes
  • - $10.6 billion in property damage/loss (an increase of 10.4%)
  • - $7,546,000,000 in residential property damage/loss (8% increase)
  • - $779,000,000 in industrial property damage/loss (12.2% increase)
  • - $362,000,000 in special structures (156.7%)


In 2007 Lincoln County, Mississippi had approximately 52 structure fires with $1,526,300 in property loss.  Of those, 41 were residential.  We are grateful that there was no loss of life during this time frame.

(Source: National Fire Protection Association, 2009)
* Anyone other than a firefighter

We have contracted with SentryNet, which has been in business since 1986. They have two monitoring stations; one located at 121 Harvey Street in Greenville, Mississippi and the second is located at 517 North Baylen Street in Pensacola, Florida. They are both UL/FM Certified.

SentryNet demands that its operators be efficient, friendly, and courteous to our customers. All SentryNet operators have successfully completed a criminal background check and have successfully completed the SIA Certified Operators Course. When you send a signal to SentryNet, you can be assured it is responded to by a qualified, fully trained operator.

Central monitoring facilities are cost-prohibitive for most alarm companies to own individually. That's the reason we've teamed up with SentryNet to provide our customers the best security available in the business today. With the state of the art alarm equipment you install, and the best monitoring facility available, you can rest assured that you are receiving the best in security!



BASIC - includes alarm signals, fire signals & panic signals transmitted to central station.

OPENINGS & CLOSINGS - basic monitoring with reports of user activity. Reports mailed, or e-mailed, to customer weekly or monthly.

SUPERVISED OPENINGS AND CLOSINGS - basic monitoring, customer provides schedule of opening and closing times and central station will notify if schedule is not followed. Reports mailed, or e-mailed, to customer weekly or monthly.

WIRELESS UPLINK (BASIC MONITORING) can be added to any package for an additional charge



If the telephone line to your monitored security system is cut, so is the connection to the central station that calls for help. More robberies and break-ins are successful today because criminals know that the telephone line on the outside of the building is all that protects the property inside.

Wireless back-up can secure your system by notifying the monitoring station even if the phone line is cut or disabled. Communications are across a secure data channel so there are no busy signals or dropped calls. If you've looked at these forms of back-up in the past and didn't use them because of cost, look again.