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Bay Alarm acquires SD-based SDA Security

San Francisco-based Bay Alarm Co., a provider of security solutions and alarm systems for commercial and residential clients, has acquired San Diego-based SDA Security, a family-owned and operated alarm company.

With this purchase, Bay Alarm will expand its presence in the San Diego and Inland Empire markets. In addition to its suite of security products, Bay Alarm also offers 24/7 alarm system monitoring by locally staffed employees.

SDA Security has provided security services to the San Diego and Inland Empire markets for more than 80 years.

Both Bay Alarm and SDA Security share a long-time business partnership with NetOne (formerly Security Network of America), a network of independently held alarm companies across the nation with a 25-year heritage in the commercial and home security field. This existing relationship has set the foundation for a common mission of maintaining the highest standards of operating excellence.

Throughout the coming months, SDA Security will be fully integrated into the Bay Alarm organization and culture.

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