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Need a Home Security Alarm System?

The security of your loved ones is of paramount importance.

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Helpful Safety Links

At Stampede Security Inc, we realize the most important component of our business is the customer. For over 20 years, Stampede Security Inc. has been built on word of mouth referrals and we hope you will be kind enough to continue to refer family, friends, neighbours, business associates, and acquaintances to us. 

Simply fill out the form given above for any referral. 

We deeply appreciate your patronage! And with every referral that takes an alarm system from us, you get 6 months of free monitoring!

False Alarm Prevention Guide

The major causes of false alarms are user error, installation or service errors, or equipment failure. Causes of false alarms include but are not limited to inadequate training of people to use your security system, weak system batteries, open, unlocked or loose-fitting doors and windows, drafts from heaters and air conditioning systems that move plants, curtains, balloons, etc.


Residential False Alarm Prevention Guide

Before you activate your system:

Lock all protected doors and windows
Educate alarm system users
Contact Stampede Security Inc if you have any apprehensions about using your system
Notify Stampede Security Inc if you plan any remodelling, including replacing doors or windows, hanging drywall, sanding floors, installing attic flooring or basement ceiling, changing phone systems, installing intercoms, siding, ceiling fans, skylights, fumigating, installing anything near the system control panel or keypads

Know what to do if you set off your alarm by accident:

First, don’t panic, there is time. Enter your disarm code (carefully) to reset your system. Remember, if there were a burglar, he or she would not know your code. Don't write it on your keypad.
Call Stampede Security Inc at 403-730-7919 or wait for us to call you. Give your password or ID code, which should be different from your disarm code.
Do not leave your home until you have talked to Stampede Security Inc.
Finally, any person who has keys to your property MUST be able to operate the alarm. Neighbours, cleaning personnel, real estate agents, guests, relatives, babysitters, service and delivery personnel who may enter your property must have a code to operate your system, and they must be practiced in use. Depending on your system you can set up a different access code from your own personal code.

Commercial False Alarm Guide

Be sure all employees are thoroughly trained before attempting to use the alarm system. Hold monthly training sessions. Look for items that can move within the “view” of your motion detectors, causing false alarms such as fans, heaters, hanging signs, seasonal decorations, balloons, curtains, plants, etc.
Confirm that special consideration has been given to the installation of motion detectors in high traffic areas with overhead doors, large exhaust fans or ceiling vents that allow the entry of birds.
Ensure all doors and windows are secure and locked before arming your system.
Don’t change passcodes without advising Stampede Security Inc.
Train new users thoroughly, notifying Stampede Security Inc of new users.
Service and maintain your system (including batteries) regularly before false alarms occur.
Upgrade old alarm systems to current equipment conforming to Security Industry Association (SIA) false alarm prevention standards, further reducing false alarms.

For more information on false alarm reduction, visit the False Alarm Reduction Association (FARA) website at

Your Privacy

We take our responsibility to protect the confidentiality of your personal information very seriously. When you apply for service, we collect information that allows us to verify your identity and credit history so that we can accurately bill and collect for the products and services that you receive. We will protect your personal information with the appropriate safeguards. We will protect the confidentiality of your personal information when dealing with other companies.

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