Commercial Security Systems for Small Business and Retail Locations

Don't hesitate to reach out to discuss your project. The packages listed below are just to give you an idea of your options and pricing.

For some commercial security systems we strongly recommend engaging professionals like an electrician, HVAC technician or plumber. If you choose to have us handle the install we will coordinate with those professionals to get the job done and not charge any additional premium on top of their fees.

Depending on the layout of your business we can customize our commercial security systems to meet your exact needs.

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Innovate Professional Install Package ($2,955)

Ongoing Monitoring Services
$50 per month for 24/7 commercial security systems monitoring and includes video cloud storage.

Equipment and Installation

$699 Smart Panel Video and Panic with Intrusion and Deadbolt Control x 1
$435 Smart Mesh Wifi Router x 1
$1100 Indoor/Outdoor 1080P Video Cameras with two-way voice x 4
$108 Commercial Door Contacts x 2
$270 Commercial Motion Detection x 2
$98 Counter Panic Button x 1
$245 Glass Break Detection Sensor x 1

Total = $2,955
Includes installation, networking, and calibration.
Does not include electrician service fees if needed to get power to cameras.

Self Install DIY Package ($2,260)

Ongoing Monitoring Services
$50 per month for 24/7 monitoring via Alarm.com and includes video cloud storage.

Equipment and Installation

$249 Smart Panel Video and Panic with Intrusion and Deadbolt Control x 1
$249 Smart Mesh Wifi Router x 1
$1100 Indoor/Outdoor 1080P Video Cameras with two-way voice x 4
$62 Commercial Door Contacts x 2
$154 Commercial Motion Detection x 2
$56 Counter Panic Button x 1
$140 Glass Break Detection Sensor x 1

Total = $2,260
Does not include electrician service fees if needed to get power to cameras. 

The Commercial Security System and Automation Platform

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Our Process for Commercial Security Systems Installations

Go from free quote to a fully installed and customized security system in a couple weeks.

1 – Set-up a Free Onsite Risk Assessment

Reach out at 541-948-0207 or complete this contact form to setup a time for Graham to come out for a free onsite visit to your business in the Northwest from our headquarters in Bend, Oregon. If you live outside the Northwest contact us to set-up a remote walk through of your location. During the assessment, he’ll make the judgement if an electrician needs to get involved and what systems will work best for you.

2 – Innovate Provides a Free Quote

After his visit, Graham will put together a formal quote. You’ll have options based on your conversations and the layout of your property.

3 – Customizing and Programming Your Security System

If you approve our quote we will order all the needed parts and go to work on programming your system. Normally this takes less than 10 days and during this time we’ll coordinate with an electrician if needed to get your business prepped for the installation.

4 – Professional or Self Installation Options

Graham sets up a time that works best for you to come out and install your system. During this time he’ll train you up on how to use the system and access your ongoing 24/7 monitoring services powered by Alarm.com.

5 – Activate Ongoing Monthly Monitoring

Innovate’s commercial security systems will be programmed and synced to your monitoring services the moment it is installed.

Rest Easier Knowing Your Business is Protected

You now have professional grade technology with Graham and the Innovate team ready to help if anything comes up along the way. Never hesitate to reach out!

Complete Commercial Security Systems and Automation Technology Solutions

Even if where your business is located seems like the risk is low, there are always individuals looking for easy targets for break-ins and theft. Notice the words “easy target” that is what you do not want your business to be considered by criminals looking for their next score. Adding even a simple commercial security system to your business or retail location with good signage indicating you have security is a strong deterrent. And deterrence is the first consideration when looking to protect your business. 

Below is a list of security basics to help determine your business needs:

  1. Monitoring – business owners often question if monitoring is necessary for security systems. Professional security systems do require monthly monitoring not only for alarms but to provide control, video storage, alerts, and the backend software to control the security system. 
  2. Door Sensors – the first and most likely point of forced entry, and we recommend all doors have monitored contacts.
  3. Video Cameras – we believe video is one of the most useful tools for business in multiple ways. Not only do they send a clear signal to deter potential break-ins, but they also help prevent unseen losses to businesses like shoplifting and employee theft. Consider locations like cash registers, hard-to-see merchandising areas, and back office locations or storage areas. Exterior cameras in broad view are highly recommended for break-in deterrence as well. 
  4. Garage Roll Doors Sensors – another entry point for break-ins and well-designed security systems will not only notify you of a break-in, but the system will also let you know if the door is open for an extended period of time, even if the system is not armed. 
  5. Motion Sensors – the second layer of intrusion detection we recommend for covering large areas of your business. Good motion sensors have a sensitivity range of twenty-five feet or more in a 180-degree direction. A few motion sensors can cover large rooms and areas in your business. 
  6. Glass-Break Sensors – Another good device for covering large areas with multiple windows that, if broken, will set off the alarm and dispatch authorities. 
  7. Panic Buttons – we recommend a panic button for all cash register locations and entry locations easily accessible by employees in emergency situations. 
  8. Water and Temperature Sensors – We have saved countless businesses and avoid disaster and disruption by adding these devices in areas with the potential for problems. Inexpensive and easy to install, alerting business owners of a problem before it becomes a crisis is a key part of commercial security systems. 
  9. Life-Safety Carbon Monoxide – Strange as it may seem, the majority of states in the US do not require carbon monoxide detection in business locations. Even more problematic is that many business owners believe their fire system covers them for carbon monoxide poisoning. Make a point to find out if your business has carbon monoxide detectors and if it does not include them in your security system plan.
  10. Life-Safety Smoke Detectors – Check if your building has a current and working fire system. Fire systems need to be monitored and maintained on a bi-annual base with a written log of maintenance at the fire panel. If your business does not have a fire system make sure to include monitored smoke and heat detectors in your security system plan. 
  11. Smart Automation – Business owners often do not realize that high-quality professional security systems can also include several automation controls, such as deadbolt or access control, thermostat control, and lighting control. These automation features and devices can be an easy way to simplify operations for your business.

Security for your business does not need to be complicated or expensive. Starting with a simple system that does the job takes the first stop in deterring criminals from thinking your business is the easy target.

We often start businesses with smaller systems adding several devices and controls at a later date. Professional security systems of today provide a long list of helpful tools to business owners. A good system, designed with the right features and equipment, can not only protect your business but make it much easier to manage as well.