The Importance of Having Fire Alarm Services for Your Commercial Business

Published on January 3, 2022, by AFA Author

A properly designed and serviced fire alarm system is essential for keeping your employees and assets safe. Early detection of smoke or fire will allow the building and its occupants to react accordingly and potentially save lives. All businesses, regardless of their size, should be equipped with an up-to-date fire alarm system designed for the safety of all occupants. Business stakeholders need to know the services that are available to best protect their employees, property and assets. Continue Reading

The Importance of Having a Reliable Security System for Your Business

Published on December 27, 2021, by AFA Author

Having a reliable security system in place can deliver the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your property, employees and assets are well protected. Continue Reading

Ensure Your Building Remains Code Compliant

Published on December 20, 2021, by AFA Author

Building owners are subject to a variety of local, state and national fire codes. Almost all jurisdictions require inspections to be conducted by Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) to regulate these codes. Continue Reading

The Importance of Internet and Cellular Fire Alarm Communicators

Published on November 23, 2021, by AFA Author

If you own a commercial business, it is critical to protect your building with a fire alarm communication system to alert the authorities in the event of an emergency. IP (internet protocol) and Digital cellular are the most modern, reliable and fastest communication methods to provide connectivity from your premise to a central station monitoring facility. Here are some advantages of internet and cellular fire alarm communicators: Continue Reading

The 4 Purposes of Your Business’ Fire Alarm System

Published on November 8, 2021, by AFA Author

A fire alarm system is your first line of defense against a fire. Early detection of smoke or fire will allow the building and its occupants to react accordingly and to potentially save lives. Here are four ways your fire alarm works to keep you and your building safe: Continue Reading