BOISE

Address 
7373 Emerald St.
Boise, ID. 83704

Telephone 
(208) 323-1199 

Idaho Falls

Address 
240 S Holmes Ave 
Idaho Falls, ID. 83401

Telephone 
(208) 524-4282 

Salt Lake City

Address 
1534 S Gladiola 
Salt Lake City, UT. 84104

Telephone 
(801) 486-7231 

St George

Address 
122 N 200 W 
St George, UT. 84770

Telephone 
(435) 656-1888 


 

 

 

 

 

Corporate

Peak Alarm Company, Inc.
1534 S Gladiola Street
Salt Lake City, Utah 84104
(800) 444-7231

Email: sales@peakalarm.com

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Monday, 18 March 2019

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  • Published: Wednesday, 22 March 2017 10:01
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The Importance of Integrating Security into Your Business Continuity Plan

 Peak Alarm - Security and Business Continuity

 
  I
t’s easy to put your business continuity plan on the back burner when the day-to-day tasks of running a business demand the bulk of your attention. But no business is immune to disruption or disaster.


A crisis can arise at any moment, and responsible business owners must plan accordingly to diminish the impact on business activity.


What is Business Continuity?

Business continuity is a proactive plan to avoid and mitigate risks associated with a disruption of operations. It details steps to be taken before, during and after an event to maintain the financial viability of an organization.

The primary focus of a company’s business continuity plan should be preventing those events from occurring and diminishing their impact on business activity if they do occur.

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  • Published: Wednesday, 08 March 2017 11:05
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WHY Peak Alarm?

Protecting Utah / Idaho families and businesses for nearly 50 years, Peak Alarm is Utah / Idaho’s largest family-owned, locally-operated full-service security provider. With an A+ Better Business Bureau Ranking, we prove every day that we love being there for and helping our clients. Working together with our clients and protecting what they value most, non-stop, is what we call “Peak Alarm is with you.”

With a staff of over 300+ employees, Peak Alarm offers unmatched expertise and experience to our Clientele. We require drug screening to ensure the integrity and security we provide. Operating one of the Valley’s largest Mobile Patrol Operations, we offer a patrol officer response to alarms within designated areas. From skilled designers utilizing CAD technology, to our 24/7/365 Service and Repair staff, Peak Alarm is with you every step of the way.

Offering home and business owners advantages that the competition can’t match, we invite you to experience what “Peak Alarm is with you” means for yourself:

Read more: Why Choose Peak Alarm for Security?
  • Published: Thursday, 09 February 2017 14:26
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Doorbell Camera: What is It and Do You Need One?

Peak Alarm Security Doorbell


Smart home devices are all the rage, and doorbell cameras are shaping up to be a top seller in 2017, with researching showing adoption rates may grow 211 percent compared to last year.

Doorbell cameras (also called “smart doorbells” or “video doorbells”) bring the future to your literal front door, allowing you unprecedented control of your home security, visitor interactions, and even your family's schedule — from anywhere in the world. Curious about the benefits and drawbacks of using one? Here's how they work.

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  • Published: Tuesday, 10 January 2017 16:02
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Fire Safety for Small Businesses

Small Business Fire Safety 

One of the top risks to any small business is fire. According to Insurance Journal, fire is one of the top five reasons for insurance claims. It’s also one of the most expensive, causing property damage, productivity loss, equipment failure, and hiked up insurance premiums.

The financial burden of a fire can be enough to shut a small business’s doors for good. But common fire safety practices and employee training can help substantially reduce the possibility of an incident.

How Do Office Fires Start?

The National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) reports that U.S. fire departments responded to an average of 3,340 fires in office properties per year during the five-year period of 2007-2011.

What was the most common culprit? The report showed that cooking equipment caused more than one in every four office property fires (29%). This corresponding graph shows other common causes of fires in offices.

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