For years, the industry’s penetration rate for security alarm systems has hovered from a conservative 18 percent of households to a more liberal 22 percent or so. According to research firm IHS, the residential intrusion alarm market is expected to grow by 9.4 percent in 2015.
Perhaps this increase is due in part to the rise of interactive services, or even by marketing efforts of national telecommunications companies, cable providers and others. The Electronic Security Association (ESA) says a recent survey indicates 54 percent of its members now offer interactive services.
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