Dear Customers: As an essential service provider, Advanced Security Systems continues to service and install burglar, fire alarm, access control, and surveillance systems during the governor’s stay-at-home order.
Your alarm system is also continuously monitored by or 24/7 dispatch center.
Please note that our offices are temporarily closed to in-person visits.
If you need immediate assistance please dial our office at 1-707-443-6366. We are available for parts pick-up, deliveries, payments, and other services.
Thank you for your patience during this trying time. Please stay safe and healthy out there.
As an essential business, Advanced Security Systems is committed to protecting our community’s homes and businesses. Our No. 1 priority is delivering peace of mind to our customers. Advanced Security Systems has taken steps to increase the safety and well-being of our staff and customers.
Protecting You at Home
With shelter-in-place orders in effect throughout Oregon and California, we’re spending more time at home. We want you to know that our team of professional dispatchers has been continuously monitoring your alarm system since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you need service at home, our technicians are ready to help. We’re taking extra precautions and closely following the CDC’s hygiene recommendations, including wearing masks and frequently disinfecting our vehicles and equipment.
Protecting the Advanced Security Systems Team
If you or anyone in your home is showing signs of illness, we ask that you reschedule any service visits you may have. Call our office at 1-707-443-6366 any time before your appointment to reschedule at no cost.
Our sales team is also ready to help you with new installations or additions to existing systems. We’re happy to meet with you in person using social distancing guidelines, or we can conduct a meeting online using a platform like Zoom, Google Hangouts, or Facebook Messenger.
Many things are uncertain during the unprecedented COVID19 outbreak, but one thing’s for sure. Advanced Security Systems is there 24/7 for your security needs. If you or someone you know would benefit from our services, please reach out to us at 707-443-6366.
Living along the Pacific Ocean, there’s always the chance an earthquake or other disaster may strike at any moment. Natural disasters can damage your property and affect your alarm system in many ways. To prepare for disasters, experts recommend having a disaster plan in place, so you’re ready at a moment’s notice. However, many disaster plans don’t include your alarm system as part of your disaster response.
Here are some tips to manage your alarm when a disaster hits:
Regardless of where you live, natural disasters can affect you and your alarm system. Taking a few simple steps before a disaster occurs will help to avoid potential problems and the uncertainty that comes when you are required to make quick decisions. Here are a few tips:
- If you install a generator to prepare for power outages, our service technicians or a qualified electrician can assist you with the best way to connect it to your alarm system.
- Ensure that your contact list and information is current. You should contact our office at least once per year to update your contact information and list of responsible parties.
- If you relocate in an emergency, contact us with phone numbers where you can be reached and provide us with the phone number of a contact person outside the immediate area, if available.
When You Get Back Home
When you can safely return to your home or business, you may have to deal with a multitude of issues. One of those will be what to do with your alarm system. If your area has experienced power outages, when the power restores, it may cause a false alarm.
- Before reconnecting or activating your alarm system, contact us to avoid a false alarm. Our trained dispatchers can help you test your system or schedule a visit with a service technician.
- Depending on the disaster, it may be necessary to replace the alarm system battery. Many systems that were taken offline by the Public Safety Planned Power Outages needed new system batteries after the power was restored.
- Check sensors for water damage, lightning strikes, etc.
- Call us to schedule an inspection of your alarm system if you believe damage may have occurred.
If you’re caring for an older loved one, then you know that falls are a major concern. In fact, a serious fall is one of the leading reasons seniors end up in the hospital. Anything we can do to help prevent falls means a longer and more vibrant life. Now, a free class can help the senior in your life improve their balance through strength and exercise.
The City of Eureka welcomes everyone to a free workshop to improve balance. A Matter of Balance is an award-winning class that helps improve balance skills in older Americans. Participants will learn strategies to avoid falls along with exercises to improve strength and balance.
- Date: Mondays, March 16 – May 4, 2020
- Time: 2 p.m.-4 p.m.
- Classes are held once a week for eight weeks and run for two hours each.
- Place: Adorni Recreation Center 1011 Waterfront Dr. Eureka
- Fees: None
Check out the City’s website to learn more: https://eurekaparksandrec.wordpress.com/2020/02/26/matter-of-balance-feb2020/
Even with the best preparation, falls will happen. Seconds count when someone falls. That’s why EasyCall is there 24/7 with help. Just a push of your EasyCall button, and you’ll be speaking with a trained dispatcher who can send an ambulance, call a friend or neighbor, and more.