Metro Area Counties We Serve
From our Blaine office, our smart home services cover the Minneapolis-St. Paul Metro:
Minneapolis, St. Paul, Bloomington, Edina, Burnsville, Eagan, Woodbury, White Bear Lake, Lino Lakes, Blaine, Coon Rapids, Anoka, Maple Grove, Monticello, Plymouth, Wayzata, Minnetonka, Eden Prairie, Chaska and the rest of the seven-county Twin Cities region: Hennepin, Ramsey, Dakota, Anoka, Carver, Scott, and Washington counties.
Alarm Monitoring Services Minneapolis
Be the first to know with Erickson. We're UL listed, meaning our process has met nationally-recognized testing standards to provide alarm monitoring solutions for commercial buildings and homes. From fire, flood, and burglary alarm monitoring to strobes, smoke detectors, and cameras, we install alarm equipment and partner with security professionals to give you full visibility into what's going on at your home or commercial building.
UL Listed Installer of Alarm Monitoring Devices in Minneapolis-St. Paul
Your house or commercial building is covered with a second set of eyes, ears, and responders to any alarm. With safety devices and monitoring systems, your automated alarm can trigger at the smallest detection of a fire, flood, burglary, and other events. We are not only installers, but we can help consult you on your alarm monitoring options, system design, and how it ties in with your HVAC and utilities, your intercom or paging system, and security system.
In business for more than 30 years, we strive to provide the best-possible home and residential service, including alarm monitoring in Hennepin, Ramsey, and all 7 metro area counties. Ask about the products and process that have made us a UL Listed Installer of alarm systems.
We Are Not an Off-the-Shelf Alarm Monitoring System
We tailor the necessary devices and monitoring to fit your house or your company. It’s not just a matter of logging into a dashboard to view your various cameras or the status of your home. We provide integrated oversight into what is going on at your home and provide automated messaging and alerts, helping first responders arrive as fast as possible.