Anderson, Indiana is situated just outside of the Indianapolis metro area, on the I-69 corridor and the first city to the north of the metro area. Anderson benefits from that location and other highways that make it accessible.
And while Anderson is a great place to live and a city with attractions that draw large crowds, crime is inevitable, just like in other towns and cities. Police respond to burglaries and thefts on a daily basis.
ASI security systems can help keep you safe during a time of need. Three levels of ASI Connect security give you many options so that we can equip your home and property with security that offers the comfort you want.
ASI has secured homes in Indiana for more than 25 years and continues to use the latest technology and the best equipment. We offer peace of mind to homeowners by installing systems that feature cutting-edge technology while being easy to use for the homeowner. And our service department is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help with any situation.
Our experience in the industry also allows us to continually evolve. In 2018, we launched ASI Thrive, a wellness system that allows aging loved ones to maintain some independence with some additional security assistance.
If you are new to the area, or considering a move to Anderson, you are faced with many questions to get settled. What neighborhood / part of town should I live in? Which school district best suits our needs? How do I find the right church or the right hair stylist?
ASI can help simplify that relocation process. With one call, we’ll take the necessary steps to get you set up with the security you need. Our customer support will answer any questions you have about our services and help you choose the options that are right for you, and then our professional technicians will install the equipment at your home and make sure you understand everything about using it.
Anderson is one of the 20 largest cities in Indiana, with a population of more than 50,000. It is the county seat for Madison County. For decades a major auto manufacturing city, Anderson now has a more varied workforce, with some auto manufacturing jobs along with an increase in medical field jobs, and a Nestle plant that employs more than 700.
Anderson has two styles of racing that attracts visitors from out of town. Anderson Speedway is a quarter-mile paved race track that has regular weekly racing, as well as two signature events that draw fans from out of state, and has since 1949. Hoosier Park, a dirt horse racing track, has less history, opening in 1994, but draws visitors to Anderson with its horse racing, casino and live music concerts.
ASI serves all of Anderson and the surrounding small communities throughout Madison County.