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Jul 31, 2023

Fire Alarm Services and Inspections for Your Business

Sponsored Content provided by Luke Wheeler - Vice President, Holmes Security Systems

National Fire Code and North Carolina require that commercial Fire Alarm Systems be inspected yearly to ensure proper functionality. 

Depending upon the type of business and occupancy, NC may require that you have a fully functioning, monitored fire alarm system. Fire protection is essential in safeguarding your employees, merchandise, and property. However, maintaining and testing a commercial fire alarm system can be a hassle. Holmes Security Systems Can Help.

Our expertly trained fire alarm technicians are here to ensure that you do not have to tackle this task alone. We have the experience to install, update, and test your fire alarm system to meet all state and local fire codes.

We Are NC Fire Code Experts. We understand that fire alarm and monitoring requirements can vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. That's why our team is familiar with the expectations set for your commercial fire system. We are prepared to meet them.

What Sets Us Apart?

Our technicians go above and beyond. Holmes Security Systems prioritizes our employees' continued education, meaning our technicians attend regular course updates and often exceed standards by achieving additional certifications, such as NICET Certifications. Our team is constantly learning! When we say we entrust only the best with your business safety, we mean it. Our expertise plays a significant role in installing a new fire alarm system, updating an existing system, or performing annual fire alarm testing.

Fire Alarm Monitoring

The fire code requires commercial fire alarm monitoring for a reason. A matter of seconds can be the difference between life and death. Therefore, selecting a monitoring service should be more than meeting standards—your provider should exceed them.

Our UL-Listed 5-Diamond Monitoring Center

Our award-winning UL-Listed 5-diamond Monitoring Center is located in Fayetteville, North Carolina. We do not outsource our monitoring service to a third party. Instead, we employ and train fellow East North Carolinians as professional operators, ready to respond 24/7/365. They are your neighbors.

Who Would You Prefer as a Dispatcher During an Emergency?

  • An individual who is out-of-state, unfamiliar with the community, street names, and not a direct employee of the company you hired
  • A Holmes Security dispatcher who lives and works locally and has developed working relationships with the first responders in your community

The Choice is Clear

Holmes Security Systems is a clear choice regarding your business's fire alarm services and inspections. We have the expertise, experience, and commitment to your safety that you need. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you protect your business.

Here are some additional benefits of working with Holmes Security Systems:

  • We offer a free consultation to assess your current fire alarm system and recommend improvements.
  • We provide a 24/7/365 monitoring service to ensure your fire alarm system is always monitored.
  • We are committed to providing exceptional customer service. We are always available to answer your questions and address your concerns.

Contact Holmes Security Systems today to learn how we can help you protect your business from fire and intrusion.

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