Home & Business Security Systems in Augusta, ME from Protect Your Home, an ADT Authorized Dealer, are here to help keep your home and family safe. You can get information on packages from Protect Your Home, an ADT Authorized Dealer. Pick the system that works best for your situation! When it comes to the safety of you and your family, there should be no compromises. We can help you get set up with a security package that works best for your situation and budget. For just around one dollar a day, your safety can be monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! You will no longer have to fret over the possibility of a gas leak OR fire OR theft from a break-in. We only deal with trusted professionals so you can rest assured that you are getting the best treatment. Call us today at 1-855-446-5020!
Stay safe! Call Home & Business Security Systems in Augusta, ME. We at Protect Your Home, an ADT Authorized Dealer, are ready to assist you in choosing the best home security package available. We offer many security packages that will suit your business and home needs. Don't gamble with the safety of your family or posessions. We will help you choose a security system that best suits your needs and budget. Around the clock monitoring is available at around $1/day! From break-ins to fire monitoring, natural disasters to gas leaks, our security systems will bring you peace of mind. We only deal with trusted professionals so you can rest assured that you are getting the best treatment. Call us today at 1-855-446-5020!
Augusta is the capital of the US state of Maine, county seat of Kennebec County, and center of population for Maine. The city's population was 19,136 at the 2010 census, making it the third-smallest state capital after Montpelier, Vermont and Pierre, South Dakota. Located on the Kennebec River at the head of tide, it is home to the University of Maine at Augusta.
The area was first explored by members of the ill-fated Popham Colony in September 1607. It was first inhabited by English settlers from the Plymouth Colony in 1629 as a trading post on the Kennebec River. The settlement was known by its Indian name—Cushnoc (or Coussinoc or Koussinoc), meaning "head of tide." Fur trading was at first profitable, but with Indian uprisings and declining revenues, the Plymouth Colony sold the Kennebec Patent in 1661. Cushnoc would remain empty for the next 75 years.