Archive for October, 2012


Team Aloha – Bronson Miranda

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

Meet Team Aloha!
Bronson Miranda

Aloha Alarm LLC
Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

 

Hi I’m Bronson Miranda, technician at Aloha Alarm. I was born here on the island of Oahu. I attended Pearl City High School and graduated in 2003.  Just like the 3 other technicians, I too attended Heald College, and took the Electronics course and received an AA in Applied Science Electronics Technology, but none of us knew each other or even (more…)

Preparedness Rule of 3’s

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012

Disaster Preparedness. Air, Shelter, Water, FoodRule of 3’s?  What does that mean?

The basic rule of threes in survival.

When we begin to analyze preparedness and survival, we have to figure out what is most important.  It makes sense to prioritize what is most important, and (more…)

Should I Get an Extra Keypad?

Monday, October 29th, 2012

Should I Get that Extra Keypad?

The salesperson suggested an extra keypad.  Why should I spend more?

If you have recently been shopping for a home security alarm system, you have probably been offered additional equipment; windows contacted, smoke detectors, glass break sensors, wireless keyfobs, extra keypads.  As a security installing company in Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, we often suggest (more…)

Compare Security Alarm Companies – Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

Saturday, October 27th, 2012
Aloha Alarm LLC

Aloha Alarm – Home Security Alarm Systems. Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

Compare Burglar Alarm Companies & Security System Companies Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

 

The following post provides links to the Better Business Bureau for a few of the Business and Home Security Alarm Companies in Hawaii.

Aloha Alarm LLC (more…)

Copper Theft Leaves Us in the Dark

Friday, October 26th, 2012

Copper Theft is Rampant!

Have you driven down the highway lately and notice the street lights out for miles?

Chances are that you are witnessing the results of copper thieves.  Copper thieves are indiscriminate.  They steal from all of us.  The State has to pay thousands of dollars to repair the damaged lighting system, while the perpetrator makes off with a few dollars of recyclables.  It is not limited to the highway street lights, small and large businesses open (more…)

Team Aloha – Mike Kelley

Friday, October 26th, 2012

Mike Kelley, Security Expert. Aloha Alarm Honolulu, Oahu, HawaiiMeet Team Aloha!
Mike Kelley

Aloha Alarm LLC
Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

I was born in Washington State more years ago than I care to remember!  I moved to Hawaii in 1973, and graduated from St. Anthony High School on Maui.  I did many things before working for Aloha Alarm, including being a (more…)

Glass Break Sensors

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012

I have several glass windows around my home.  How can I protect the glass?

Glassbreak Sensors detect the intruder before he makes entry.

Although not as common as PIR motion sensors on home security alarm systems, Glass Break Sensors detect breaking glass, and signal through a security alarm control panel to notify Police of potential criminal activity.  Unlike motion sensors, (more…)

Food Storage for TEOTWAWKI

Sunday, October 21st, 2012

Food Storage for Hurricane & Tsunami. Honolulu, Oahu, HawaiiWhy do I need Food Storage?

C’mon, the world is not going to end tomorrow!  Why should I waste my time and money on food storage?

Okay, I admit it! I don’t expect TEOTWAWKI  (The End of the World as we Know it) to happen tomorrow, nor on 12/21/2012 (the date that the Mayan calendar ends) either.  But it doesn’t take such a dramatic event to make someone want (more…)

72 Hour Kit

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

Be prepared for hurricane, tsunami and other natural disastersAre you prepared for a disaster?

Do you have a 72 hour kit?

Most disaster preparedness agencies, including the Red Cross and FEMA suggest that you have an emergency kit that has a minimum of 72 hours of food, water and essential supplies.  These kits have different names like a Bugout Bag, Preparedness Kit, and Survival Bag, to name a few.  Regardless of the name, a 72 hour kit will help you get thru the most likely emergencies like (more…)

Being Followed?

Sunday, October 14th, 2012

What to do if you are followed home?Have you ever felt like you are being followed?

How do you know if the car behind you is just going the same way, or if they are following you?

A simple trick is to make 3 consecutive right hand turns.  It works every time.  There is no coincidence in someone that’s just going the same way, will happen to make 3 right hand turns too.  If so, you have a tail.  Now what? (more…)