Security system contracts may seem like a hassle, but they’re actually beneficial for homeowners and business owners. Contracts are there for your protection.
That’s why when you’re shopping for a home security system or a business security system you should always work with a company that offers contracts. A contract is at the heart of a relationship between you and a security company.
A good contract will record and reflect the intentions and promises of the security company. Without a contract, you’re taking a big gamble. You’re taking the security company at its word. This isn’t worth the risk, especially when many companies sell their monitoring and service contracts to third parties.
When you enter into a contract with a reputable security company, you’re getting outside insurance protection against any damages or issues accidentally caused by the security company. Most insurance companies will not provide protection without a contract between the security company and the customer.
Many homeowners and business owners will grumble saying that <INSERT NAME> Security Company doesn’t offer contracts. That may be true, but ask that company how they are going to pay for damages should an accident occur. Who would you rather pay the bill… the security company or an insurance company?
A contract protects everyone.
You often hear a lot promises when dealing with security companies. If you want those promises fulfilled, get them in writing. That’s why at Hue & Cry we put our guarantees in writing for our customers.
We guarantee in writing our security systems will work or we pay up to $1,000 of the insurance deductible if it fails.
To find out more about our guarantees and promises, visit our website at www.HueAndCry.com or contact us at 1-800-762-3196.
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