Managing your home security system should be easy, which is why we’ve compiled all the tools, frequently asked questions, and contact information you need to get the most out of your system in one convenient location.

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General Customer Information
  • Who do I contact to update my account records?

    Our records department is available Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm to assist with changes to your account, such as:

    • Adding or deleting users
    • Adding or changing contact phone numbers
    • Requesting passcode cards
    • Changing arm and disarm codes
    • Making schedule changes

    Those requests need to be made in writing to the Records department via mail, fax, or email (records@epssecurity.com).

  • How do I reach the Customer Care department?

    Our Customer Care department is available Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm to assist with any account related questions. Our representatives can be reached:

  • How do I get tech support?

    Our Tech Support department is available Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm to help answer any technical questions pertaining to your system. They can be reached:

  • How do I schedule system service?

    Our Scheduling department is available Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm and they can be reached by phone at 616-808-2980

    Service can also be requested through EPS My Account.

For Monitored Customers
  • What are passcodes?

    These are a “secret code” that we use to identify your system and validate any notifications we receive. This code is in place for your safety and the safety of those in your home or business. Ensure it is placed in a safe place. When you call in to discuss and/or request anything regarding your account have the code ready. If you would like to change your default passcode number, that process can be done through EPS My Account

  • What does the monitoring center watch for?

    Our industry-leading Monitoring Center is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. They are watching your system and will alert you to:

    • Fire and intrusion alarms triggers
    • Loss of Supervision and communication
    • Low battery levels in system components
    • Late to Test (when the scheduled “call” between your panel and our Monitoring Center is missed)
      • PLEASE NOTE: These calls, for your safety, are made as soon as we get that signal, which could happen at any time of the day or night. If you would like to restrict the time we call and for what signal we are calling, please send your request in writing to our Records Department. This can be done via mail, fax, or email (records@epssecurity.com).
  • What happens if I accidentally set off an alarm?

    No worries, it happens to the best of us! If you happen to accidentally trip your own system’s alarm, here’s what you need to do:

    • Call EPS at 616-459-1282 or 800-632-8767
    • Identify yourself and your location
    • Tell the Monitoring Center operator that you tripped your alarm and everything is okay
    • Provide the operator with your passcode ID
    • PLEASE NOTE – We cannot cancel any police/fire dispatch without an authorized passcode number.
  • How do I test my EPS system?

    Instructions for testing your EPS system can be found HERE

  • EPS Alarm procedures

    Following are general EPS Monitoring Center alarm procedures. You are welcome to add special instructions to your account.

    Burglary Alarms
    If a tripped alarm is not quickly disarmed at the keypad, the alarm is sent to the EPS Monitoring Center. An operator will call the first two contact numbers for alarm verification. If EPS is unable to contact a Passcode holder, authorities will be dispatched and the operator will attempt to notify someone from the contact list.

    IMPORTANT: If a non-Passcode holder answers the premises phone, the Monitoring Center operator will get the name of the person, dispatch police and attempt to reach someone on the contact list to obtain authorization. If authorization is confirmed, police dispatch will be cancelled.

    Upon receiving a fire alarm, EPS will dispatch the specified fire department, per the National Fire Alarm Code (NFPA 72). Our operator will then call the premises to notify an authorized person about the alarm. If no answer is received, EPS will attempt to notify someone from the contact list.

    CO & Gas Detector Alarms
    An EPS operator will call the premises to notify an authorized person about the alarm. If no answer is received, EPS will dispatch the specified fire department. We will then attempt to notify someone from the contact list.

    Hold-Up/Panic Alarms
    Upon receiving an alarm, EPS will dispatch the appropriate police department. The EPS Monitoring Center will NOT call the premises to verify alarm, but will give the phone number to the authorities if requested.

    False Alarms
    In the event of a false alarm, it is the responsibility of the subscriber to notify the EPS Monitoring Center as soon as possible. After receiving a valid Passcode number and verification of the false trip from a subscriber, dispatch can be cancelled.

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