Facility Monitoring Services
Do you want the peace of mind that your building has 24/7 protection from a fire, Security break-in or sprinkler activation? If so, you may want to consider alarm monitoring services from Davis-Ulmer. We can monitor your systems around the clock to make sure your building is attended to as quickly as possible.
Some of the 24-hour monitoring that we offer:
- Fire pump signals
- Sprinkler water flow and supervisory signals
- System trouble status
- Sub systems such as clean agent and other special hazard systems
We can monitor your existing system, or we can install new systems with monitoring.
If you don’t see it listed, please ask. Chances are we do it!
Davis-Ulmer offers our monitoring customers a mobile app to manage your building or buildings.
You can view signals in real time, put systems on test or update your contact list. If you manage multiple buildings, this is a must!
Central Station Monitoring
When you have monitoring in place, a signal is immediately sent to a central station. At the central station, a live operator will receive the signal and alert the proper authorities such as the fire department to the emergency. Our central monitoring can unitize older technologies like dedicated copper phone lines or newer technologies such as :
- Mesh Radio Network
- IP Communications
24hr. monitoring allows the proper authorities to be dispatched to your location as quickly as possible, preventing excess damage to your building. Even if no one is in the building at the time to call 911.
Monitored Life Safety & Security Alarm Installation
Whether you need an entire monitored system installed or you just want your current system to be monitored, Davis-Ulmer has you covered. We can install life safety and security systems with minimal disruption to your facility.
Davis-Ulmer is committed to providing high quality fire protection services to New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. If you are interested in learning more about monitoring or any of our other services, contact us today.