Best Home Security Systems in Tulsa, OK

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    Written by Sandi Pope

    Tulsa may be a wonderful place to live, but it averages more than 400 burglaries each month. You can lower your risk of being a victim by installing a security system to keep your family and belongings safe. We created a list of the best home security systems in Tulsa to help you protect what’s most valuable.

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      Tulsa has a surprisingly high property crime rate. Tulsa residents experience more than twice as much crime as the national average — in fact, there are more than 5,500 property crimes every year in Tulsa.

      Tulsa vs. national crime rates (per 1,000 residents)

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      Areas like Alsuma, Carbondale and West Tulsa tend to see higher rates of crime, while Midtown and Broken Arrow are comparatively safer. Regardless of your neighborhood, a home security system offers additional protection. Security systems in Tulsa also help lower your home insurance premiums and give you the comfort of knowing your family and belongings are safe.

      Choosing a Tulsa home security system

      Choosing the right alarm system from a Tulsa security company requires considering several factors, including the age of your home, the company’s customer reviews and whether it has any professional certifications.

      The most crucial factor to remember is that different homes and neighborhoods require different types of protection:

      • Older homes may be easier to break into, so people in Maple Ridge, Owen Park and the Pearl District should get a system with plenty of door and window sensors. Older homes may also need an electrical upgrade, as security systems might stress older wiring.
      • Newly built homes in Bixby, Broken Arrow and South Tulsa can accommodate state-of-the-art security features, so homeowners in these areas may want to invest in smart home features and integrated cameras and sensors.

      Ask your friends, family and neighbors for recommendations. Then, look at online reviews and ensure the company you choose is licensed with the state. Finally, see if the companies you're considering are part of the Electronic Security Association and whether they use UL-listed equipment.

      What is the cost of a home security system in Tulsa?

      In general, monitoring services cost between $20 and $50 per month, and the upfront price for installation and equipment ranges from $200 to $1,000.

      The two most significant factors affecting security system pricing in Tulsa are:

      • Monitored systems vs. unmonitored systems: Monitored systems connect the alarms in your home to security companies operated by trained personnel 24/7. These professionals contact the proper authorities for any emergency. Monitored systems charge customers a monthly fee on top of what you pay for the equipment and installation. Unmonitored systems don’t come with a monthly monitoring bill, but you are the only one notified if an alarm is triggered, and it's up to you to contact emergency services.
      • Professional installation vs. do-it-yourself installation: Professional security system installation in Tulsa is convenient but sometimes expensive, especially if you have a sizable property or older wiring. You need to schedule a time for the installation, and you may need to make upgrades to your home's electrical system. If you’re budget-minded, opt for a company that allows DIY installation. Although you lose the installer’s expertise when it comes to sensor and camera placement, you save money. Many DIY systems are wireless, which makes them ideal for renters who want to take their equipment when they move.

      Registering home security systems in Tulsa, OK

      The city of Tulsa does not require a permit for your home alarm system. However, it does give priority to home alarms that have a permit by responding to calls from their monitoring companies without requiring separate verification. A yearly Tulsa alarm permit costs $35 for homes and $75 for businesses.

      Tulsa doesn’t charge a fine for false alarms, but it doesn’t allow much leeway. Two false alarms in one year result in the city canceling your alarm permit.

      Tulsa home security FAQ

      Can I choose where to put my surveillance cameras when I hire a company in Tulsa?
      Although there are limitations to any security equipment, customers in Tulsa get the last say in where security cameras go. However, home security companies in Tulsa have the experience and information to know what works best, so you should consider their suggestions.
      How can I get commercial security systems in Tulsa?
      Many security companies in Tulsa offer commercial security systems as well as residential security options. Generally, commercial security systems are more intricate because they protect more expensive property in high-traffic areas. These systems usually go beyond surveillance and alarms. These systems often have features that allow the property owner to control access to different parts of the building.
      What is typically included in a Tulsa home security system?
      Most home security systems in Tulsa consist of a touchpad control center, sensors, alarms, smoke alarms, fire alarms, carbon monoxide sensors and cameras. Optional features include extra cameras, smart technology and remote control capability.
      What is home security monitoring?
      Monitored systems provide 24/7 vigilance and protection by automatically calling an emergency dispatch center when an alarm is triggered. Unmonitored systems do not contact the police or offer notification services — you are alerted, and you must respond to the alarm accordingly.

      Local Tulsa emergency resources

      Tulsa residents also protect themselves using crime-prevention organizations and neighborhood watch programs, including:

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        Tulsa home alarm company information

        Alert 360 Tulsa

        Alert 360 offers custom home and business security solutions. It has several available discounts and guarantees, including reimbursement for your home insurance deductible should you experience a loss due to break-in or fire. This company installs new systems free of charge should you move while you’re a customer.

        • Address: 3158 S. 108th E. Ave., Ste. 220, Tulsa, OK 74146
        • Phone: (918) 388-6780
        • Hours: 24/7
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        Falco Alarm Co.

        Falco Alarm Co. offers security systems, surveillance systems, alarm monitoring and fire alarms. It specializes in home security and has multiple systems that consumers can customize to create their perfect system. This company has after-hours service options.

        • Address: 5524 S. 94th E. Ave., Tulsa, OK 74145
        • Phone: (918) 663-5838
        • Hours: M - F: 8am - 5pm
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        Titan Alarms

        Titan Alarms specializes in home security in Tulsa and offers several equipment packages to ensure your home’s safety. Titan often works with customers’ existing home security equipment, and it partners with Moni Monitoring in Dallas. Prices start with basic monitoring for $19.99 per month. It also has a $299 package specifically for renters and students living in dorms.

        • Address: 6911 E. 71st St., Ste. B, Tulsa, OK 74133
        • Phone: (918) 777-7233
        • Hours: M - Sun: 8am - 8pm
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        Bell MTS Smart Home

        Bell MTS Smart Home recognizes that homeowners and business owners have different security needs, and the company is prepared to meet them all. The business offers many packages to suit different customers’ needs, starting at $24.99 per month. Customers can personalize their equipment package with different monitored and unmonitored devices.

        • Address: 5221 E. 68th St., Tulsa, OK 74136
        • Phone: (918) 481-6889
        • Hours: Call for hours
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        Green Country Security Systems

        Green Country Security Systems offers alarm systems, 24/7 monitoring, surveillance, fire protection and home automation. All of its technicians submit to background checks and fingerprinting through the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and the Tulsa Police Department. This company also offers medical panic buttons and flooding sensors.

        • Address: 3618 W. Skelly Drive, Tulsa, OK 74107
        • Phone: (918) 445-1029
        • Hours: Call for hours
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        Kazar Security

        Kazar Security offers a wide range of home security options. It works with existing Tulsa alarm systems and lets customers send in a picture of their system for immediate confirmation. Kazar offers alarm systems, monitoring, camera systems and fire protection. This company partners with COPS Monitoring and offers equipment from several different manufacturers.

        • Address: 1238 S. Peoria Ave., Tulsa, OK 74120
        • Phone: (918) 551-6196
        • Hours: M - Sun: 8am - 8pm
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