The Iron Is Hot
Once the home security market began to develop in the 1970s, many alarm companies built their businesses around a model that encompassed a little bit of everything. Hang a shingle, hire an installer, sell a home alarm system one day, a camera system at a convenience store the next. Whatever the customer needed, the tech-savvy dealer would learn it and then install it.
Dealers and integrators across the board project 2006 revenue to increase at an even better rate â€“ 9.3 percent â€“ to reach $29.5 billion, according to the study.