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Recent Review: These are great folks to work with. Have used them several times and always satisfied. Troy came out and took care of the bad sensors and keypad the morning I called. Great job!
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Recent Review: It's working out fine.  I had some problem with it to begin with.  When they sent the pieces to me they had already batteries on them.  I had to two keypad batteries and one keypad died within a few days when I set it up.  The other keypad batteries died the following week but they did send me some new batteries to replace batteries.  Anyhow, I had no problem with it.
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Business Description: Toca Alarm, a locally owned & operated company in Kenner, Louisiana, was established in 1998. We currently provide exceptional service for over 10,000 homes and businesses. Toca installs and monitors security and fire alarm systems for any size residential, commercial, and government properties throughout the greater New Orleans and Gulf Coast area. At Toca Alarm, we believe it’s the details that set us apart. That’s why every system we offer, along with our service, represents the highest quality and value, We pride ourselves on offering well designed and engineered products that provide peak performance when needed most. We spare you the time and the expense. Additional email - info@tocaalarm.com.
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Recent Review: They were prompt and neat.  They left me an instruction book.  I had a question a few days later and called their help line, who returned my call in an hour.  There is also an emergency line which I did not have to use,.
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Recent Review: Was were referred to Sanchez Alarm by a relative. Called and was given price list - extremely cheap compared to larger alarm companies. We set up an appointment for installation and it had to be delayed one day because another job ran late. The following day all installation was completed and the system was ready to go. Mike Sanchez (owner) did all the work himself along with assistance from his wife. He has more than ten years of experience installing alarm systems and everything looks very professional. I was very pleased.
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Recent Review: I first decided to go with Link Security for my home alarm and surveillance cameras, but after talking with Cox to get activated for Cable and Internet, Cox talked me into signing up for HomeLife too, their security package, to save about $400 (But Link cameras were better). But after reading Cox's Homelife reviews that night (average at best), I decided to go back with Link. And I could not be any happier with the decision I made. Link did a fantastic job with the installation, as clean as can be. Gerrit was very punctual, and was very informative. I cannot be any happier with the product also. The cameras are very nice looking, so it looks nice outside my house. The pictures and videos are great. There's a DVR recorder that allows for easy live viewing and 10 days playback, hooked right up to your TV. You can also set up the app on your iPhone and iPad to do the same, and it is so user friendly. Or you can even use an Internet browser. My home security system, I can arm/disarm using my iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch. And of course, there's a keypad. But what a convenience not having to arm and run out the house in 30 seconds! Or being able to arm it from your own bed. All in all, this was a perfect transaction. If you are looking for home security and/or surveillance cameras, Link is it. Their pricing is very reasonable. They were right in the middle of all the quotes that I got, but I assure you the little extra you pay than the bottom tier is for the quality you will get! Thanks Gerrit!

Reviews in New Orleans to Install Keypad Lock

ASUPERIOR DOOR
These are great folks to work with. Have used them several times and always satisfied. Troy came out and took care of the bad sensors and keypad the morning I called. Great job!
- Susan O....
ASimpliSafe Home Security
Package did not contain 2 keypads like the special described.  We were able to get an extra entry sensor, keychain, shipped to us instead, for no extra charge.  DIY installation is very easy.  Testing went fine and customer support has been good so far.  We are happy with the interactive monitoring option, and will recommend the system to others.
- Ramgopal M....
AADT Security Services, Inc
The manager named Charles called me on the phone and told me he would switch out the brain and the keypad because they wanted to resolved the issue that was causing the key pad to go off each night multiple times. He was true to his word and had a tech come over and they replaced at no charge and I have decided to remain with ADT only because of Charles. He saved the account for them and for that I give him kudos for being responsive and professional.
- Marco B....
DToca Alarm
The home security system had one major problem. The wiring for the heat detectors was compromised during construction. TOCA said somebody broke the wires to the heat detectors during the finishing of the house (they pointed their finger to the AC installers or the sheet rock installers). Re-wiring the heat detectors was thought to be impossible due to the spray insulation in the walls. TOCA therefore tried to install a wireless system for the heat detectors, but that didn't work. My contractor finally devised a way to re-position (slightly) the heat detectors that would allow re-wiring of the system. That worked. My contractor found the solution to this problem (at my additional expense) as TOCA was totally stumped by this issue. To me, TOCA should have performed wiring checks at intervals during construction to insure the integrity of the wiring system. That would have provided quality control of the system during the construction phase. ====================================================== I also purchased a 4-camera security system for the house. The owner of TOCA was my salesman. He came to the house during construction and 'sold' me the camera system. I had never owned a camera security system -- so I really was not an informed/experienced buyer. It is now six months + after installation and here is what I now know about my security camera system: One of the four cameras was not positioned well. The camera at the front door was set by TOCA to see only the front door area. Moving the camera over by a few feet allowed us to view not only the front door area but all the way down the sidewalk to the front door. Subsequent to the original installation, I paid to move the camera location over to the better positioned site. I think my TOCA salesman (the owner) should have pointed out the limited viewing area of the original camera placement and at least noted that moving the camera location over by a few feet would give me a much larger viewing area. Subsequent to the original installation, I have replaced three of the original cameras with new cameras --- at a cost of over $900. The original cameras were not of sufficient quality --- their range was limited and the picture quality was not good enough to view the area in any detail. TOCA offered no refund or credit towards my purchase of the new cameras -- only advising me to 'sell them on ebay.' Why didn't I originally order the better cameras? Because my salesperson (the company owner) recommended the original cameras. I was NOT shown the difference that the better camera would make -- I simply was led to the purchase of the original cameras. My system has been operational for about 8 months -- and I have had at least 12 service visits to address the issues with the heat detectors and the camera system. Why so many visits? Today's visit by TOCA is a perfect example. TOCA called a couple of days in advance of the visit to confirm the time -- and TOCA said the installation supervisor would be doing the job. Well, the supervisor did not show up -- he sent a new person (who had been hired less than two months ago). TOCA was supposed to address two issues at my home -- but the TOCA service person was only aware of one issue and would have to return at another time to take care of the second issue. About the first issue -- TOCA successfully replaced one of my original cameras with a new camera. However, after the installer left I noticed that the new camera was not installed over the hole in the wall where the wires come out -- but next to this hole in the wall. I will have to call TOCA again to ask why can't their camera be installed over the electrical access hole??? So today's visit will turn into one or two more visits to get my issues resolved. In conclusion, I think the problem with TOCA is that they have too much work and the quality of their work has deteriorated. They do offer good security products at competitive prices. However, beware if you are an inexperienced buyer of security systems and remember that it is hard to get a service appointment with them and you probably won't have the same service tech on two successive calls. This leads to numerous unresolved issues and many call-back appointments. One suggestion -- and I hope TOCA takes this to heart. I think TOCA should have a sales showroom or a sales website in order to show the customer an example of what they are purchasing. If I had been shown the difference in quality between my original cameras and my newer cameras, I am sure I would have opted for the better quality cameras from the start. My house costs two or three times what a basic new home costs -- so why would I shortchange myself with my security system? ============================== Followup on the most recent service call -- the one where they were supposed to address two issues but were prepared only for one issue -- and didn't resolve that problem successfully. After hearing nothing from TOCA for two days, I called them and asked how were they going to resolve my issues. They had an interesting and typical response. They said they were unprepared for the second issue because their installer didn't let them know about the issue. In other words, they said and quot;We didn't know about the second issue because our employee didn't tell us about it.and quot; And this is typical --- one employee at TOCA doesn't talk to the other. So TOCA said they were scheduled to come out again in a week. and quot;Funny,and quot; I said, and quot;no one called me and asked if I would be home -- and I am not available on that day.and quot; Again a typical problem with TOCA -- they made a service appointment without calling me to schedule a time when I would be home. And, finally, the service tech with two months of experience now is one of their only technicians for home systems. He's a nice guy -- but he installed my inside camera next to the hole where the wires come out of the wall. Yep -- you and I would have thought the camera covers the access hole in the wall -- but that's not the way this service tech operates... ==================================== More follow-up: TOCA did send the experienced service tech (now the service supervisor) to my home and fixed my issues. This service person is friendly and technically savy. I wish he would have been my contact throughout my entire installation process!! As I have said, TOCA sells good equipment at fair prices. I think their 'problem' is that they are too lean in the sales and service portions of their business. I had much too many miscommunications and come-back service calls --- but now that the process is finished, I can say that I like the security system.
- Guy J....
AUSA Fire & Burglar Alarm LLC
They were prompt and neat.  They left me an instruction book.  I had a question a few days later and called their help line, who returned my call in an hour.  There is also an emergency line which I did not have to use,.
- Julie M....
ASANCHEZ SECURITY SYSTEMS INC
Was were referred to Sanchez Alarm by a relative. Called and was given price list - extremely cheap compared to larger alarm companies. We set up an appointment for installation and it had to be delayed one day because another job ran late. The following day all installation was completed and the system was ready to go. Mike Sanchez (owner) did all the work himself along with assistance from his wife. He has more than ten years of experience installing alarm systems and everything looks very professional. I was very pleased.
- Shaun W....
ALYNC Security
I first decided to go with Link Security for my home alarm and surveillance cameras, but after talking with Cox to get activated for Cable and Internet, Cox talked me into signing up for HomeLife too, their security package, to save about $400 (But Link cameras were better). But after reading Cox's Homelife reviews that night (average at best), I decided to go back with Link. And I could not be any happier with the decision I made. Link did a fantastic job with the installation, as clean as can be. Gerrit was very punctual, and was very informative. I cannot be any happier with the product also. The cameras are very nice looking, so it looks nice outside my house. The pictures and videos are great. There's a DVR recorder that allows for easy live viewing and 10 days playback, hooked right up to your TV. You can also set up the app on your iPhone and iPad to do the same, and it is so user friendly. Or you can even use an Internet browser. My home security system, I can arm/disarm using my iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch. And of course, there's a keypad. But what a convenience not having to arm and run out the house in 30 seconds! Or being able to arm it from your own bed. All in all, this was a perfect transaction. If you are looking for home security and/or surveillance cameras, Link is it. Their pricing is very reasonable. They were right in the middle of all the quotes that I got, but I assure you the little extra you pay than the bottom tier is for the quality you will get! Thanks Gerrit!
- Long V....