Allied Fire & Security is one of the top Pacific Northwest home security providers and has been in business since 1948. As a third-generation family-owned business, Allied Fire & Security believes in giving customers the ability to protect their families and loved ones through a professionally monitored or self-monitored system. Allied Fire specializes in many security and safety products, like bank vaults, locks, safes, security and fire alarms, and video monitoring. With three different product packages, starting at $30/month, and additional monitoring available, Allied Fire & Security attempts to provide everything you need for a secure and safe home.
Allied Fire & Security provides a large number of useful security products with its Home Security Packages that include everything you need to start on your path to keeping your family safe. With professional installation included, you can simply choose the package you need to get started, and add additional monitoring as needed. You can also include home automation for a low monthly fee to control everything from your locks, to the temperature of your home, lights, and much more. With a CSAA monitoring service certification, its monitoring centers are well equipped to handle any emergency, as well as keep the privacy of their customers.
Allied Fire & Security has a 36-month contract, not ideal for anyone who wants a short-term contract, and if you decide to cancel, you'll have to pay an additional $150 fee, plus taxes and additional fees, and the remainder of the contract. With any of the packages, you have to purchase the items upfront, and then decide on a monitoring package. On the website, however, it is difficult to find an exact number for a monitoring service, and you have to call or email to get more information about that. The same goes for the home automation service. Allied also makes it extremely difficult to find any information on its contract or cancellation. We had to dig around the website for a few minutes before finding sections of the contract where it stated a 36-month contract was required.