Get immediate response at the first warning signs with fire alarm monitoring.
With fire alarm monitoring, you have someone there for you 365 days a year. When there’s any detection of danger from fire or smoke in your building, the sensors connected to the alarm panel send a signal to Fire & Life Safety America’s monitoring centers. The signal can be sent over the Internet, cellular phone, radio or standard phone line to our monitoring centers. Once the signal is received, you have alerted operators who check for your safety first then dispatch authorities, if necessary.
Always have reliable, backup support for your fire and smoke emergencies.
Our fire alarm monitoring service consists of three monitoring centers that are UL Listed for sprinkler and fire protective signaling. UL has been providing the standards and requirements for credible fire protection systems and services for over 75 years. These certifications are granted to proprietary fire alarm monitoring companies that continuously meet compliance with the appropriate codes and standards. You can be confident that our monitoring centers are always up to compliance and meeting the latest regulations to bring you the highest quality safety and monitoring.
Unlike many other fire alarm monitoring companies that keep their monitoring centers in one city or county, FLSA’s monitoring centers are spread out across three locations throughout the United States. We keep our fire alarm monitoring centers connected digitally but spread out nationwide to provide you reliable, quick, and accurate responses year-round. We’ll be there for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year!
Fire alarm monitoring for all types of fire-related emergencies.
At FLSA, we’re monitoring and alerting you in good times and bad. We receive, route, and handle the following alarm signals on a daily basis:
- Sprinkler/Tamper Monitoring: This signal is sent when your sprinkler system has been violated and tampered with.
- Fire Alarm: This signal is sent from a fire or smoke detection device when set off.
- Fire Trouble: This signal may indicate decreased performance or suggest maintenance for your system to ensure it’ll work properly in the case of emergency.
- Fire Supervisory: This signal is sent when it senses that a portion of the building’s fire protection system has been disabled and need resetting.
- Low Battery: This signal tells us that the system battery for your alarm panel is operating at less than optimum voltage.
- Power Failure: This signal is sent when there is a power failure, which is critical for commercial fire alarm monitoring for businesses with critical pumps or systems with backup power needed.
These are just a few of the functions that can be monitored through FLSA’s fire alarm monitoring services. Contact us to learn more about other monitoring options.