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How to choose the right security system

Storefronts that advertise highly valuable inventory are always going to be attractive to burglars, and that’s doubly true of jewelry stores. All those tables and displays stacked with thousands of dollars’ worth of small, easily pocketable merchandise are a dream for would-be thieves. As a jewelry store owner, there are different kinds of crimes and property damage that you might be looking for an alarm or security system to address. The dangers aren’t just isolated to sophisticated after-hours burglaries, but also smash and grab theft, internal theft, and fire and flood risks that could pose a threat to valuable inventory.

To protect not just the premises, but your valued employees and inventory, business owners should consider a robust jewelry store security system that has the following unique features.

What to look for when reviewing alarm systems

A standard security alarm system is probably not going to deter the kinds of intruders a jewelry store attracts. However, an industry-specific jewelry store security system should begin with measures to detect intrusion and alert authorities combined with more sophisticated components integrated into your security approach.

Sensors

A security system fully equipped with sensors to detect intrusion at every point of entry is essential. Some jewelry stores also opt for more sophisticated sensors in the display cases that alert for a change in weight or the vibrations caused by movement and broken glass. Sensors can also be installed and armed to detect a safe or vault being opened and send notification remotely and to a central monitoring station.

Alarms

Sensors that notifying you of intrusion are essential, but there should also be alarms that interrupt any theft in progress and signal authorities have been alerted. Noisy, attention-grabbing alarms can cut down on the time burglars have to conduct a crime and result in less property damage and inventory loss.

Security Cameras

Employing a system of credentials that allows tenants access to specific parts of the building or property and restricts access to others is a primary concern in any property management system. Access control systems can also help you regulate when shared spaces like public pools or gyms are open to residential tenants or restrict parking lot spaces to commercial tenants. Access control systems should provide detailed reports that help you manage user access and spot potential problems.

Surveillance Cameras

Internal cameras monitor not just customers who might stealthily pocket something, but also employees. Surveillance can cut down the risk of internal theft and help identify the culprit, assisting both the police and your insurance company in investigating the crime and settling your claim. Again, due to the nature and value of the inventory, HD camera solutions that can pan, tilt, and zoom for 360-degree coverage are recommended so you can see as much detail as possible at a distance.

Panic Buttons

These discrete buttons, usually tucked under counters or display cases, allow employees to silently alert authorities of a crime in progress. They should also be available to staff in back rooms so they can signal for assistance in the event of a theft, a security breach, or other safety concern.

Fire Alarm System

Consider a fire alarm system that will safeguard your inventory and employees from various hazards, detecting heat or smoke, and alerting authorities promptly to minimize property damage. Flood sensors and carbon monoxide detectors may also be helpful components to integrate into your security system.

Access Control

Control access to the premises with a system that monitors users, creates weekly reports, flags suspicious activity, and restricts access to specific areas. If you have an extensive property with several buildings or even several rooms, an access control system can help you manage larger groups of employees and still ensure limited access to valuable inventory.

UL Certified Systems

Any security or alarm system installed in a jewelry store should be UL certified. UL stands for Underwriter’s Laboratories, and it ensures that the systems and services offered meet or excel industry standards. It’s the hallmark of a security company that takes their job to protect your home and business seriously.

Professional Monitoring

Any security or alarm system installed in a jewelry store should be UL certified. UL stands for Underwriter’s Laboratories, and it ensures that the systems and services offered meet or excel industry standards. It’s the hallmark of a security company that takes their job to protect your home and business seriously.

Jewelry Store Security Systems from American Alarm

American Alarm offers a full menu of security systems and services for both commercial and residential properties. We work closely with various business owners, such as jewelry stores, to address specialized concerns. We design and install security solutions with specific industries in mind, focusing on the latest technology available and redundant measures that offer peace of mind.

UL Certified Security Systems

American Alarm security systems and our central station are UL certified, ensuring our equipment and services have met the highest standards in the industry as specified by Underwriters Laboratories.

UL Security Sensors

American Alarm knows jewelry stores require custom solutions, so we offer a full range of security system components that include the following:

  • Attack proof security control panels
  • Safe contacts
  • Electronic vibration detectors
  • Vault sensors
  • Door/window sensors
  • Motion detectors
  • Glass break sensors
  • Panic/hold-up buttons
  • Outside bells
  • VOIP/cell/ radio communicators

Our UL certified station is always connected, staffed by trained professionals and backed up by redundant systems that ensure we’ll be there when it matters most.

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Owned and operated by the Beale family continuously since 1958, we have grown into a large, full-service security solutions provider with an excellent reputation. We service all of Southern California and beyond.

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