Who We Employ

Fire Alarm System Technicians
Fire Alarm Technicians should be experienced troubleshooting, servicing and/or programming fire alarm systems in commercial buildings.
Wire Installers should have 2+ years of commercial wiring experience and be able to meet the physical demands of installing wires through a building infrastructure.
Fire Alarm Installers will have the skills to terminate fire alarm system devices to pre-installed wiring within a commercial building.
Fire Alarm Service Technicians should have 3+ years of experience troubleshooting, servicing and/or programming commercial fire alarm systems.
Fire Alarm Testers should have strong technical savvy and be able to verify the proper function of fire/life safety systems.
Fire Alarm Inspectors should have a foundational knowledge of state and federal fire alarm codes.
Fire Sprinkler Pipefitters should have 3+ years of experience installing pipe for either wet or dry sprinkler systems in a commercial building.


Who We Support

  • Fire Alarm Contractors
  • Fire Suppression Contractors
  • Fire Sprinkler Contractors
  • Systems Integrators
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