Fire Alarm Monitoring Systems
Build a system that fits your needs, with additional detection, maintenance, and monitoring options available.
A fire at your business may seem unimaginable—but they happen everyday, in situations just like yours. Bad wiring, appliance malfunctions, equipment failure, an untended cigarette, and even arson all pose a disastrous risk to your facility and employees.
Luckily, there’s a simple way to protect yourself. For 40+ years, Alarms of Berkshire County has installed the highest quality, most reliable fire alarm systems, and while the technology has changed with the times, the sense of urgency and the devastation that comes with fire is still as important today as it ever was.
It’s simple: Fire alarms save lives and reduce property damage.
The question isn’t whether you need one—it’s which one you need. We want to help you get the best protection possible, and we are experts at determining the best path for your needs and budget. You can rest assured that you’ll be provided with the proper equipment, installed in the correct manner.
Need More Than Just the Basics?
We can customize your alarm system, integrating it with other safety alerts and services.
Fire Alarm Systems Can Include:
- Carbon monoxide detection options
- Smoke & heat detection options
- Sprinkler supervision & water flow options
- Emergency evacuation options
Fire Alarm Services Can Include:
- System-wide inspections & annual maintenance
- Cleaning, testing, & calibration of smoke and carbon monoxide detectors
- Around-the-clock monitoring for fire signals, fire alarm trouble signals, and sprinkler tamper signals
All of our system installations are performed in accordance with appropriate municipal and state building codes, and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) regulations. For commercial establishments in particular, municipal fire codes mandate fire and smoke detection systems be in place before certificates of occupancy can be issued. And if you do a major remodeling project at your home, these same codes may require you to bring your entire residence into compliance with current codes and standards.