The Advanosys Security and Automation Technology team believes that the need for the appropriate life safety and fire alarm platform is essential for every home and dwelling. Fire and other related disasters easily happen and do so terribly often. Having the appropriate detection sensors integrated into a system design to operate flawlessly during such disasters is one of the most critical investments to be made for your home and family. It is our strong recommendation that the consideration of any security, automation and technology system incorporates the essential life safety systems equipment and as noted, utilize the accredited control equipment designed for this application. Smoke detection, carbon monoxide and other equipment are on and monitored 24/7 upon any activation the rest of the security and or automation system can be of great assistance to assuring the safe exit of all family members including pets. Where lighting controls are utilized, the lighting coming on to create the correct exit path can be an essential component. Doors can also automatically unlock during this process for ease of exit including automated exit path for pets and small children. The auto unlocking process also can greatly assist the first responders essential access to the property. The UL fire alarm and life safety solutions including other disaster prevention technologies such as water detection, automatic water main shut off, HVAC control systems, etc. can all easily be incorporated into your residential system investment for the greatest level of quality of life and essential life safety needs. We look forward to being of assistance to meet your family’s needs.
***COVID-19/CORONAVIRUS MESSAGE: During these unprecedented times, Advanosys, as an essential security & life safety services provider, is putting the health and safety of our communities, employees and customers first. We can work with customers over the phone virtually and by private appointment in line with local social distancing regulations while following CDC guidelines.