Do you know about our GS2 Customer Referral program? Sonitrol Pacific gives back! Through our Good Stuff Squared (GS2) program, we donate $400 to a nonprofit of your choice when you refer a customer. You also have the option to donate $200, while you keep $200 for yourself! Over the years, we have been able to donate to organizations such as the Oregon Humane … Read More
Here’s a recent letter from the Pierce County Humane Society: If you would like to make a referral for the chance to earn $200 and donate $200 to the charity of your choice, you can do so here.
You read about the crazy break-in in Bellingham yesterday and heard the audio clips. Now read the letter from the customer!
Thanks, Teresa, for your kind words!
We’re Hiring in Everett, WA! Are you the person that people trust to stay calm and collected during an emergency? If so, this tendency can earn you a full-time income, benefits and bonuses. We’re looking for people with cool heads, sharp minds, fast fingers and an eye for detail to join our fun team of alarm monitoring operators. Unlike other … Read More
We feel honored when our clients send us nice letters like this one!
No one like a braggart, but sometimes it’s hard not to show off rave reviews from our clients. We recently sent out a survey to hold ourselves accountable to giving our clients more than they feel they’re paying for. Here are some of the responses we are proud to have received: “Your customer service is fantastic. We deal with 500-1000 … Read More
We helped put this homeowner’s mind at ease after her cats got in a fight while she was away. Posted on our Facebook wall, 02/11/13 I have been a residential customer of Sonitrol Pacific for several years. Recently I was away on a business trip when I got a call from them. I was told that they heard a crash … Read More
The following is a testimonial from a Sonitrol Pacific customer who experienced a trespassing incident last week. Read about that incident here. On Thursday, Nov. 29th at 3:30 a.m., I was informed by Sonitrol Pacific that Fort Nisqually had unwanted activity going on within the palisade. I arrived at the fort in about 15 minutes to find that Tacoma Police had … Read More