ALARM-i Video Alarm Systems in Collingwood

ALARM-i is proud to offer video alarm verification from one of the top alarm companies to the residents of Collingwood. For all your residential or commercial security needs, ask how we can install a more effective alarm system with an 80% faster police response rate and a 50% arrest rate compared to 0.08% for traditional “blind” alarms.

The town of Collingwood is on the southern point of the Georgian Bay along the portion known as Nottawasaga Bay, located in Simcoe County

The coming of the railroad opened the harbor up as a prominent location for the shipping of goods to the upper Great Lakes region of Chicago and what is now Thunder Bay in the once, small town. This development led to the eventual creation of a strong ship building business, the Collingwood Shipyards, in 1883. By 1901, these shipyards had made and launched the first steel-hulled ship ever to be launched from Canada, the Huronia.

The region emerged as a popular recreation area thanks in part to its close proximity to Blue Mountain where visitors could enjoy skiing and beautiful scenic caves after the industrially based economy began to erode following the world wars. Collingwood is also close to Wasaga Beach and enjoys a thriving tourism industry focused around the many outdoor summer and winter activates that the area is known for including swimming, biking, hiking, cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, and snowshoeing.

A town on the rise, security is becoming a more prevalent concern in Collingwood. ALARM-i is proud to offer one of the most effective alarm systems with video alarm verification. With an 80% faster police response rate and a 50% arrest rate compared to 0.08% for traditional “blind” alarms, ALARM-i alarm systems are one of the top choices for security systems on the market today.

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To come visit us in person, follow these driving directions:

  1. Head south on Hurontario St/Simcoe County Rd 124 toward Third St
  2. Turn left onto Poplar Sideroad/County Rd 32
  3. At the roundabout, take the first exit onto ON-26
  4. At the roundabout, take the second exit and stay on ON-26
  5. Turn left onto ON-26 E
  6. Turn right onto Wilson Dr/County Rd 53
  7. Continue onto Ferndale Dr N
  8. Turn left onto Dunlop St W
  9. Merge onto ON-400 S via the ramp to Toronto
  10. Take exit 25 for Finch Avenue E
  11. Turn left onto Finch Ave W
  12. Turn right onto Dufferin St
  13. Turn right onto SteeprockDr
  14. Turn right onto Lodestar Rd
  15. Your destination is 1540 Lodestar Rd