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Protecting your business from fire is an afterthought for most people, however it is a crucial system for keeping your property and most importantly your people safe from harm.  

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Fire alarm installation is also a requirement before the building can be signed off for occupancy.

Alarm design is as crucial as the alarm system itself. Knowing where potential fire threats are and minimizing them is key to protecting your assets. Protection device examples are:

  • Manual Pull Stations
  • Smoke Detectors
  • Smoke Beam Detectors
  • Heat Detectors
  • Sprinkler System Monitoring
  • Process Monitoring
  • Duct Detectors
  • Air Handler Shut-down
  • Horns or Horn/Strobes
  • Addressable or Conventional Alarm Panels
  • Central Station Monitored
  • Ability to add remote annunciators to allow information to be displayed in crucial areas of your building.

Access Security, Inc. also provides Fire Alarm Inspection services as outlined in the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) guidelines and provide testing and maintenance of fire detection devices.