Check out our new Wireless Translator

September 18th, 2018 by Meagan Noin

We are pleased to introduce a new product to our line, the 738T Wireless Translator from Digital Monitoring Products (DMP). It translates low-frequency wireless transmitters and allows technicians to convert non-DMP systems with up to 16 existing, one-way, low frequency, wireless transmitters to communicate with DMP burglary, fire, door access panels. This wireless translator also […]

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Rob Sterett as Security Consultant

September 4th, 2018 by Meagan Noin

Congratulations to our own Rob Sterett on being named security consultant for CEI Alarm. Rob brings more than 30 years of experience in the security industry and will be responsible for sales and project management of product installations, as well as overseeing installations of security alarms, fire alarm devices, CCTV and access control systems with […]

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Our History

July 13th, 2018 by Meagan Noin

With an extensive background in electronics, Dave Sinclair brings over 26 years as a successful business owner and President of CEI Alarm. Dave began his electrical career in the United States Navy, where her worked in the Electrical Division at the Naval Submarine Base New London in Connecticut. After getting out of the Navy in […]

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How to Secure Your Home

July 12th, 2018 by Meagan Noin

In our last post, we shared our favorite tips for keeping your home safe while you are away on vacation. Today, we wanted to share the best security tips for securing your home every day. Check the doors and windows Did you know that roughly 33% of burglars enter through the front door? Perform an […]

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Keeping Your Home Safe While Away

July 10th, 2018 by Meagan Noin

Summer is finally here and it’s time for that vacation you’ve been planning for months. The flights are booked, the hotel room is confirmed, the sunscreen is packed and you home is empty. Summer months are the peak time for burglaries, did you know that according to the FBI, crime rates increase approximately 10% in […]

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Recent Burglaries

September 28th, 2017 by Brette Lawrence

Just recently there were multiple armed home burglaries in the Reno-Sparks area. The suspects were armed, but have been caught for at least one of the burglaries, but not all of them. With proper security these break-ins may have never happened. Always remember to lock all doors and windows while gone and to lock up […]

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Smart Phone Home Security

September 21st, 2017 by Brette Lawrence

The newest feature to home security is “home automation” or “smart homes”. These are apps that can be downloaded onto your phone to help secure you and your home from your cell phone. Not only can you use these apps for the security portion, but also to control your home’s heating and cooling, as well […]

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10 Easy Ways to Improve Your Home Security This Summer

September 14th, 2017 by Brette Lawrence

Summer is upon us, which means family vacations and weekend getaways! Here are a few tips to help maximize your home security on top of our alarm systems while you are out.   You’ve got (a lot of) Mail- An overfilled mailbox is a signal that you’re away. Ask a friend to empty your box […]

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Fire – Awareness is key

May 18th, 2015 by Dave Sinclair

Fire!  A frightening word.  Fire is a destructive force of nature taking lives and destroying or damaging property every year.  It’s destruction can take an emotional and financial toll on families, communities, and business owners. Common sense can be a great ally when taking preventative steps to protect your home.  Sometimes the easiest steps can […]

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Safe Summer = Fun

May 18th, 2015 by Dave Sinclair

Summer Home Security tips Lazy, hazy days of summer!  Summer can often seem to be a more casual time of year but remember burglars don’t take holidays.  Here’s a few ideas for home security that can help you stay safe and not become a victim of theft. Never leave your windows or doors unlocked and […]

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