Residential: Securing your home

Over 5 million American families fall victim to burglary or home invasions every year. At Southcross, our mission is to ensure that you and your family don’t become a statistic. From small and large homes to apartment buildings, you’ll always be safe at home with Southcross. Ensure the total safety of your home, your valuables and your family 24/7 with our suite of state-of-the art security services—including Total Connect— to give you a customized security package and your loved ones peace of mind. 

Make sure your home is secure by:
  • Giving you control to operate your security system remotely
  • Knowing precisely the moment your security system is armed or disarmed
  • Monitoring who enters and exits your home
  • Protecting expensive electronics, antiques and other valuables by sending you alerts when specific items
    inside your home have been moved
  • Sending you alerts when leaks, floods, or extreme temperatures are detected in your home
Secure your home with Southcross today!

Fire Protection – 24 /7

When it comes to fire, every second counts. In fact, fire kills more Americans every year than all natural disasters put together—so don’t wait until it is too late! Whether you are at home or away, Southcross monitored smoke detectors identify the first signs of danger to prevent a large-scale disaster.

Dual Sensor Detectors
In the event of a home fire, dual sensor detectors quickly identify high levels of smoke or heat and sound a siren for timely evacuation. The detectors communicate 24/7 with the Southcross Monitoring Center, but do not require your system to be armed in order to operate. When a fire is detected, the Monitoring Center promptly dispatches local emergency response to keep your family and pets safe and minimize property damage.

U.S. Residential Fire Facts
• Each year fire departments respond to approximately 377,000 home fires, which claim the lives of 2,565 people and injure another 13,050.
• On average, someone dies in a fire every 3 hours and is injured every 31 minutes.
• Most victims of fires die from smoke or toxic gases and not from burns.
• Approximately 4 out of 10 fire deaths occur in homes without smoke alarms.
*Fire Deaths and Injuries: Fact Sheet (www.cdc.gov)

Fire continues to be a leading cause of fatal home injury in the United States. Don’t wait until it is too late – call us today to learn more about the benefits of adding to your suite of services with monitored smoke detectors to your home.