Brinks Home Security Discontinued: Hello Armorax!

Brinks Home Security has been discontinued. That’s right. The legendary Brinks is no more. Customers were thrilled with the service they provided, which was secure and reliable. When Brinks got taken over by ADT, former customers reportedly claimed they found it difficult to adjust to ADT’s ways and were unsatisfied with the customer service they provided. Still snooping around for a Brink’s system? Check US out. We’re Armorax!

At Armorax, we provide uncomplicated, hassle-free home security with extremely competitive and affordable pricing. We have the simplest system on the market: it is not DIY (Do it Yourself) but DFY (Done for You). The Blackbox requires no complicated setup or wiring. Our simple pricing structures, with no hidden costs or five-year mega contracts let you review the choices and make your own determination as to what is best for you. If you do not like it, there are no huge termination fees either. Armorax home security is simple, stress-free and provides more value for your dollar.

Ridiculously easy

Our control panel has no messy wiring or setup requirements. Everything is wireless and easy to install. The panel truly is plug and play. You will not need a multi-page list of instructions. Many competitors claim you can set their systems by yourself. However, when the user gets the equipment, he or she finds out that not only do they need to wire and install the components, but also must follow sometimes incomprehensible instructions for connecting devices.

Other competitors will not allow you to install the system yourself. You must make an appointment. Then you must ensure you are at home during a particular 3-4 hour time frame for the installation and pay up to $200 or more for the installation. Most home security providers will also charge you a connection fee on top of the installation cost.

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Great savings

With Armorax, there are no installation or connection fees. We charge exactly the price listed on our website. There are no hidden fees or extra service charges. We offer simple, reliable and cost-effective equipment with no additional charges that gouge the customer.

You can feel completely confident when you buy from Armorax too. If you do not like what you get, there is a 30-day, money back guarantee, no questions asked.

Our pricing structure saves you a considerable amount of money too. Armorax plans in a nutshell:

Armorax Plans

No pushy sales tactics

Armorax has no obnoxious and pushy salesmen that will call and attempt to “upgrade” your system. These “upgrades” always turn out to not only cost more but also will lock you into another three or five-year contract. With Armorax, no one will knock on your door or call you repeatedly until you take the call. You can shop online at your leisure and enjoy a stress-free checkout. If you have any questions, you can go on our website and chat with one of our support staff.

The Blackbox and beyond

Unlike other home security companies, we do not overwhelm the customer with numerous packages. We have come up with what we call the ‘Blackbox.’ The Blackbox is a simple solution to your security needs. It contains everything you need to secure your home’s first and second line of defense. The Blackbox is customizable and customers have the option of adding equipment to it from the ecosystem of connected devices on the market. If you want additional equipment, you are free to purchase it from any retail store, such as Best Buy or Home Depot, as long as it is compatible with our system. 2Gig, Yale, Lutron, Kwikset, LiftMaster and GE are all compatible. Install the equipment and configure it on your control panel following a few short steps and, voila, it works!

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About the Author

Joe Farrel

Joe Farrel
Joe Farrel is a writer, technology junkie and dog lover. He has a keen understanding of green technologies and wireless home automation products and is hopelessly obsessed with smartphones. When not working, Joe enjoys playing video games, reading tech blogs and watching stand-up comedy.

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