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We offer solutions to fit ALL of your security needs. PHASE 1 ELECTRONICS has provided, and installed every type of security, communications, sound, and control for today’s modern home and business. Whether your business requires the latest in access control systems, or your home needs a basic burglar alarm, PHASE 1 ELECTRONICS has designed and installed it.
PHASE 1 ELECTRONICS only utilizes TOP QUALITY components and materials. We are a licensed vendor for the highest quality brand names in the industry . In most cases PHASE 1 ELECTRONICS can provide the customer with a better customized system than the “one-size-fits-all” vendors.
– Higher Quality at Competitive Prices
– Full-color monitoring
– Remote monitoring
– Professional Design, Installation, and Service
Save Money…..Check with your insurance company.
Typically they offer a discount between 2% and 20% on your insurance when you install a security system.
Peace of Mind for your family, your home or business….According to the National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association, burglars attack homes without a security system 3 times more often than homes with a system.
Phoenix has over 40,000 burglaries a year. Source: Phoenix Police
Security systems reduce crime in commercial settings.
Businesses without alarm systems are 4.5 times more likely to be burglarized than those that have an alarm system.
Source: Commercial Security: Burglary Patterns and Security Measures, Metrica, Inc.
Proud member of:
Arizona Burglar & Fire Alarm Association
National Burglar Alarm & Fire Association
Of all uncompleted burglaries, 74% can be credited to an audible alarm.
Source: Securing Home and Business, Hakim and Blackstone.