Atronic Alarms, Inc., headquartered in Lenexa, Kansas, serves the Kansas City metro area, the Omaha Nebraska metro area and the Branson/Springfield, Missouri areas providing residences and businesses with security, fire and “smart home” automation systems.
Perry Atha started the Kansas City company in 1982 with the mission to provide customized security, fire and home automation systems to homes and businesses with the highest quality of proven equipment, installed by experienced professionals and supported with award winning customer service.
Since that time the company has seen tremendous growth and now has over 90 employees and locations in Omaha, Nebraska and Springfield, Missouri.
Atronic Alarms has a reputation of offering customized protection with the highest level of quality and personal attention to our clients. Each system is designed with the clients needs and concerns, which enhances reliability and safety. This also keeps the criminal element from guessing the level of security.
In addition, Atronic Alarms is involved in or is a member of several national and local organizations including:
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