Building Security & Life Safety are important for any business. Protecting your assets and employees not only helps your business be more productive but also saves you money. Alarm systems can get you the added security in case of an intrusion at your building and will also help when closing the shop to make sure no doors, windows or areas are left unlocked or open, for anyone to break into. Our life safety offerings can help you protect your employees and customers as well as assets from fires, CO leaks, water leaks/floods, gas leaks and more. Having a system in place that detects any of these conditions can mean life or death. Let us help you prevent the worst case before it happens.
Your building houses most of your assets that you need to conduct your business. Depending on your industry and equipment, a loss or vandalized piece of equipment can be costly to replace and potentially detrimental to your company’s productivity. With our alarm systems your property will be less likely to be the target of an intrusion and should someone attempt to break in the police will be dispatched right away.
Lives are extremely precious and can easily be lost to fires, gas leaks, floods and more. Our products can help identify a potential life threatening situation and alert everyone before it is too late. For specialized care facilities, we even offer tracking platforms that allow the tracking of patients and identify any situation they may be in, such as a senior falling. Let us help you secure your facilities & buildings. Do your part to ensure no lives will be lost to a potential disaster.
Phone lines are slowly being phased out, as more and more businesses are moving towards IP Phones. Most of our solutions no longer rely on a phone line either and utilize the internet as their communications source. Events such as a power failure, a cut phone line or a internet malfunction will no longer affect the data transmission of your critical security infrastructure. Let us help you future proof your life safety and security solutions today.