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 Alarm Engineering and Lee Smith is your Hebron, MD Security Alarm System Specialist

Your Hebron, MD Security Specialist

Whether you’re considering home or business security, smart home automation or surveillance cameras, Alarm Engineering is your Hebron, MD Security Specialist. If you’re new to the Hebron area…welcome!

The Town of Hebron is a historical one. According to the Town of Hebron website, “In 1927 there were five shirt factories, a flour mill, a canning operation, a lumber mill, and a new high school under construction. There were large poultry and dairy farms joining the profitable farming of peaches, apples, strawberries, sweet potatoes, cucumbers, tomatoes, cantaloupes, and watermelons. The most prominent of these were the farms of B. Frank Adkins, known as Neighbor’s Wonder Farm and renowned for its herd of Guernsey cattle, the Oakdale Poultry Farm owned by J. T. Insley, and the farms of James A. Phillips and James Gordy. Notable citizens responsible for the manufacturing aspect of the town were Walter B. Miller and G. A. Bounds, the latter which owned both a lumber mill and canning plant and whose house still stands on Main Street today.

Hebron’s Town Commission is always proud to serve in your best interests. Stay informed about the events, happenings and all decision making in the town of Hebron.”

We’re Local, Like You

Alarm Engineering is the leading security alarm system supplier and life safety systems specialist on Maryland’s Eastern Shore and the entire Delmarva Peninsula. Our experience with integrated security, smart home automation, video, commercial access control, and fire and life safety systems means our highly trained staff will get the job done right. We are the largest locally owned security system supplier on the Shore so that means that we’re large enough to serve you and still small enough to care. Don’t just take our word for it, check out what some of your Hebron neighbors are saying:

“Five star – I recommend Alarm Engineering because of the reasonable price and great service. Keep up the good work!” -Brenda in Hebron, MD

“Your employees are wonderful to their customers, they really do go out of their way to make them happy.” – Cathy B., Executive VP/COO, Hebron Savings Bank

“Alarm Engineering has provided excellent service to my business for 16 years. When we hit COVID crisis, they were patient as I needed to get my payment current. Always courteous and quick to respond for any need I may have come across.” -Kellie in Hebron, MD on Google

“Awesome customer service.” -Andre & Sharon in Hebron, MD

“Local business with top-notch employees! Friendliest staff EVER!!” -Sheila in Hebron, MD

“Always available, friendly.” -Robert M. in Hebron, MD

The Alarm Engineering Difference

Our dedication to you starts with our Systems Specialist, who will listen to your concerns during your free no-obligation on-site visit. We make suggestions and present options to you. We believe it’s important to see the area of concern in order to suggest the most effective solutions for your home or business. Since Alarm Engineering serves the entire Delmarva Peninsula, it’s important that you have a dedicated partner who lives in your area with 24/7 security service hours and proven professional monitoring.

If your home or business is in Hebron, MD or surrounding communities in Wicomico County Maryland, your dedicated Systems Specialist is Lee Smith.

At Alarm Engineering, we do believe in building relationships by  listening closely and providing  solutions within your budget. WeDont_Roboto_larger

Did You Know?

Check out these Hebron, MD statistics you may not know. Hebron, MD is safer than 56% of US cities according to In Hebron, you have a 1 in 71 chance of being a victim of a crime and the crime rate is steadily decreasing. 

When it comes to deterring a break-in, the most effective deterrent is a professionally monitored security system with obvious signs and decals. Burglars like easy targets, and many times will just continue to the next house when they see an Alarm Engineering sign. In addition, when burglars see a neighborhood with many security system signs, they will often keep moving to an easier target. That means referring Alarm Engineering to your neighbors keeps you and them safer, plus you’ll save!

Speaking of Savings…

Your insurance company knows that you are less likely to experience a break-in with an Alarm Engineering home security system and less likely to submit a claim, so you may qualify for discounts. Contact your insurance agent to learn how much your homeowners insurance can be. For now, read all the reasons your insurance company wants you to have a professionally installed and monitored security system here.

What Burglars Look For

Most TV and movies show burglaries at night but in fact, most burglaries take place in the afternoon. So, while you’re out enjoying Goose on the Roof or the Hebron Carnival,  bad guys might be helping themselves.

Social media is so tempting, but burglars have been known to monitor social for targets. Be careful about posting that you’re out of town or gone for long periods of time. 

Some Hebron Customers you Might Recognize

Some of our Hebron customers include: Hebron Savings Bank, Town of Hebron, Goose On The Roof, St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, Hebron Food Rite, Hebron PizzeriaAmerican Legion and more.

We believe when government and banks choose our team as their security and life safety partner, it speaks volumes. Do you already have a quote from another alarm company and you’re ready to do your security system supplier comparison? Download our Security Comparison Smart Guide for Home and Business and learn why your neighbors chose Alarm Engineering.

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