Commercial Fire Alarm System Packages

Protection & Prevention

Fire departments respond to a blaze every 24 seconds somewhere in the nation. Meanwhile, a structural fire occurs every 63 seconds and a house fire every 87 seconds.

Based on such statistics from the National Fire Protection Association, an updated fire alarm system is a critical necessity in protecting your employees and your business. Fire alarms not only prevent the loss of life, injuries, and damages within your own space, this technology also guards against additional destruction and devastation to adjacent structures.

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A commercial alarm system is designed to detect an issue, which then generates an alarm alerting you and your employees of an emergency situation. Your system’s accompanying alarm monitoring company will immediately dispatch first responders for quick action. 

Adding smoke alarm detectors and carbon monoxide monitors provide another layer of protection against damages, injuries, and possible fatalities.

Fire Alarm System Components

Planning to Final Inspection

When deciding your business’ fire alarm package, you can start by identifying a specific plan to best-protect life and property. Experienced systems engineers and certified professionals will walk you through this process—from initial planning, layout, and installations—through final inspections.

The following elements are critical to the safety and protection of your employees and business:

Design

Ensure your system is updated and installed by a certified, trained technician who’s well-versed in local, state, and federal laws and codes. This includes specialized wiring, equipment, and related elements.

Installation

Components include a 24-7 control panel, zone wire, device initiation, and actual installation. You’ll also need a ribbon connector to remove false alarms, which can cause issues with your central station alarm monitoring system and potentially rob valuable time and resources from first responders.

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Fire system inspector taking notes on system

Compliance

Your fire alarm system and accompanying components must be compliant and updated in accordance with local, state and national fire codes per the National Fire Protection Association. 

Maintenance & Inspections

Ensuring your system is up and running on the latest technology can be achieved—depending on your individual needs—through quarterly and monthly alarm equipment testing and inspections. 

This includes, but isn’t limited to, a complete functional walk-through of:
  • Security Alarm Panel
  • Batteries & Fuses
  • Input Signals 
  • External Sounders
  • Detectors
  • Output Signals
  • Remote Signaling
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Security monitor looking intensely at monitors

Central Station Monitoring

24/7 Protection & Response

In the event of a fire emergency, your alarm system will sound and connect directly to law enforcement through central station monitoring technology. This greatly increases your chances of a quick, reactive response, while also protecting your employees, business, and related assets.

Accompanying Equipment

Ensure you’re implementing the appropriate components when adding a fire and life safety system to your home.

Consider the following options:

Fire Alarm Monitoring & Firefighter Module

A wireless signal communicates with your fire alarm’s control panel, enabling all smoke detectors to contact your central station alarm monitoring system.

Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Receive immediate notifications detecting and alerting you to this potentially fatal gas.

Smoke Alarms

Ensure real-time alerts notifying you, your employees, and first responders of a potential emergency.

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  • Call or complete the online form to find out how you can add cameras and automation features to your home security package.
  • We’ll reach out to schedule a contactless appointment to learn more about your specific security needs, camera and automation preferences, and other relevant features
  • Following installation by one of our service providers (or you can DIY),  simply download the accompanying Alarm.com app to take advantage of features, such as remote monitoring, Wellcam, real-time alerts, and video analytics data.