INSTALLATION

MONITORING

INSPECTION

THE MONITORING ADVANTAGE

The National Fire Code likely requires your building alarm system to be monitored 24/7. If a fire should occur after hours, this early warning could prevent extensive damage by notifying emergency responders and your designated contact of an emergency situation. The National Fire Code likely requires your building alarm system to be monitored 24/7. If a fire should occur after hours, this early warning could prevent extensive damage by notifying emergency responders and your designated contact of an emergency situation.

By having Fire Systems in the communication loop, we will also be notified of any reported alarms or trouble indications on your fire alarm system which hastens our response time. Using Fire Systems, Inc. to monitor and inspect your systems creates a seamless transition in communication. Our monitoring rates are very competitive, and migration is quick and easy.

THE MONITORING ADVANTAGE

ssfa1_smallThe National Fire Code likely requires your building alarm system to be monitored 24/7. If a fire should occur after hours, this early warning could prevent extensive damage by notifying emergency responders and your designated contact of an emergency situation. The National Fire Code likely requires your building alarm system to be monitored 24/7. If a fire should occur after hours, this early warning could prevent extensive damage by notifying emergency responders and your designated contact of an emergency situation.

monitor3_smallBy having Fire Systems in the communication loop, we will also be notified of any reported alarms or trouble indications on your fire alarm system which hastens our response time. Using Fire Systems, Inc. to monitor and inspect your systems creates a seamless transition in communication. Our monitoring rates are very competitive, and migration is quick and easy.