Extraordinary Systems, Extraordinary Service
When you are looking for a company to help you secure your home or commercial property, do you want one that does the job right or one that does the job cheap? No one wants to pay a load of money for security, but you really do get what you pay for. If you pay a little, you’ll only get a little security. If you want complete security and fire system installation on your property, it will cost more than those who promote $99 installation. As John Butler says, when you hire a big national company to do a $99 security system installation, you have to choose which room in the house you want protected, because those offers do not include enough equipment to secure all entry points on the first floor.
Not a Low Price Competitor
You are likely bombarded with ads for cheap security systems with a super low installation fee. We do not compete with these companies because it simply is not the best option for our customers. Before giving you a price, we perform a site survey and make recommendations that will offer you total security coverage on your property. There are always options for customers working on a tighter budget, but we aren’t going to mislead you; a Butler Durrell security system installation WILL be more than $99.
Our installation techs are professionals who do the job right. They have been trained and certified and they do not rush a security installation. We take the time to properly install and thoroughly test the system, then train you on how to use it. You can count on us to be around long after installation too. Butler Durrell is a locally owned business that has operated in the St. Louis area since 1976.
See what our current customers say about the service they receive and ask around to see if property owners with a Butler Durrell security sign in the yard are satisfied. We have an A+ rating with the BBB and consistently hear positive reviews from our customers and in the community.
Contact Butler Durrell for a free security or fire system estimate for installation or monitoring of an existing system.