Who We Employ

Security System Technicians
Security Technicians should be able to troubleshoot, service and/or program security systems including alarm, CCTV and access control.
Burglar Alarm Technicians should be comfortable troubleshooting and servicing alarm systems while also interacting with customers on site.
CCTV Technicians should have 2+ years of experience with Closed Circuit Television systems, including cameras and DVRs.
Access Control Technicians have 2-4+ years experience specializing in the service of gate access, mag-lock, and card access systems.
Wire Installers should have at least 1 year of experience and be able to meet the physical demands of installing the wiring for commercial security systems.

Who We Support

  • Alarm Contractors
  • Systems Integrators
  • Security Contractors
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