Wow! SAFE Security is really making news lately. First, it was acquired late last year by ICV Partners, a New York-based investment firm focused on lower middle-market companies.
Then, it announced earlier this month that it had just bought about 24,000 alarm monitoring accounts from Orem, Utah-based Pinnacle Security—a summer-model company the select assets of which Protection 1 recently purchased.
Now, SAFE announced today that it’s entering the DIY home security market by launching a new division, SAFE@home, that “allows homeowners to self install a Honeywell wireless security system with professional monitoring.”
Here’s more from a news release from the San Ramon, Calif.-based company, which has operations in 44 states:
SAFE Security, one of the nation’s largest security alarm companies has launched a new division, SAFE@home. This new division will enable a consumer to self install a wireless security system at their home with ease. This DIY home alarm system will include professional UL certified Five Diamond monitoring by SAFE Security and will not require a phone line. The home security system can be controlled remotely by a smartphone or tablet via Honeywell’s Total Connect. The system is available across the continental US.
“With an increased demand in the residential security market for a self installed alarm system coupled with increased technology that allows for a wireless security system to be setup in minutes, SAFE@home is well positioned to be a leader in the DIY security space,” said Paul Sargenti, SAFE’s President and CEO. “We’ve partnered with Honeywell to provide a state of the art wireless security system and will accommodate Wi-Fi for IP alarm communications. This will allow our customers to take advantage of being able to self-install their wireless security system. By enabling our customers to self install, they will save money by not requiring an alarm company to install the alarm system.”
Customers can select from 3 complete packages and add on additional hardware to best fit their needs.
I’ve reached out to Sargenti to learn more about all these developments. Look for more about SAFE Security on our site in the near future.