A Reminder to our Customers with Monitored Security Alarm Systems in Brantford Regarding Updated Alarm Response PoliciesThis is a reminder to all of our customers in services by the Brantford Police Service who have their home or commercial security alarm systems monitored by FMC. Tomorrow is July the first, Canada Day, and as of tomorrow new alarm response policies come into effect in these two municipalities. We have provided updates on these policies ...Read more »
- Since the year 2007, the CAN/ULC-SS561 standard for fire alarm monitoring has been referenced in the National Building Code and National Fire Code. This is the same in the Province of Ontario, which has its own Fire Code and Building Code. Following this line of thinking, any building which has a requirement under the code ...Read more »
- Here’s a handy Infographic from Fire Monitoring of Canada detailing 8 ways to reduce false alarms from your monitored fire alarm system or security alarm system (click to enlarge): ...Read more »
- In these regular posts, we’ll walk you through “How-To’s” for equipment that we service, and questions that we are regularly asked from you, our customers. Today, we’ll look at how to bypass a zone with a DSC Maxsys 4020 Commercial Security Alarm panel. This is applicable for your business or commercial security alarm system. There ...Read more »
- In the past couple of years, a new service has become more and more prevalent in the security industry: the idea of self-monitored security alarm systems. High speed internet access and the proliferation of smart phones have made this a service which are gaining traction in the security industry. What is self-monitored security? A self-monitored ...Read more »
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