Alarm System Permits and Resources for Bellaire, TX
Big Tex Security provides alarm systems for Bellaire, the affluent town located along the 610 freeway on the western side of Houston. Alarm permits are required for commercial and residential use.
The population of 18, 600 is overwhelmingly white-collar with over 98% of the residents working as professionals, salespeople, managers, and office administrators.
House prices in Bellaire are among the highest in the state with a median house value at $842, 183. This figure is skewed upward by the fact that nearly one quarter of the city’s homes are valued at $1,189,000 or higher. 87.2% of the city’s residents live in single family houses with approximately 30% having been built since 2000 and over 40% having been built between 1970 and 1999. Over 65% of the Bellaire homes have 4 bedrooms or more. And since over 95% of the residents have computers at home, the city is an ideal candidate for the Big Tex Security’s Smart Home Automation which allows you, with the use of the alarm.com app to remotely control things such as remotely arming/disarming your alarm system; receive text alerts when the system is turned off; add security cameras to view activity throughout your home and property; control your home thermostat and lights; turn appliances on or off; and remotely lock or unlock doors.
Bellaire Home Security Tip: Burglars steal easy to carry items. Keep valuables like jewelry and important documents secured in a lock box or safe.
Perhaps partially because of the affluence there 84 burglaries and 277 property crimes recorded by the FBI in 2016. The chances of becoming the victim of a burglary or property crime victim in Bellaire are 1 in 67.
Bellaire Permit Fees
Annual residential alarm permit fee is a one-time fee of $60.00 for residential and commercial alarm permits.
Don’t risk becoming a statistic. Call Big Tex Security at (281) 783-3900 to learn how easy it is to add a complete security system for your Bellaire residence.
(Statistic sources: US Census Bureau, Sandbox Networks, Statistical Atlas, Niche, the FBI, and Neighborhood Scout)