MELVILLE, N.Y. -- Knight Security Systems Inc. of Harrisburg, Pa., has been selected as a Honeywell Authorized Dealer for commercial security systems (CSS). The program will allow the integrator, which specializes in the service and maintenance of security, fire, video, access control and other low-voltage systems, to provide design, installation, and support services to residential and commercial customers.
Founded more than 30 years ago by a former Pennsylvania state police trooper, Knight Security is a midsized, family owned and operated business that focuses on security but provides additional services such as medical alert systems, home automation systems and structured wiring.
"For 31 years, we've prided ourselves on providing our customers with low-voltage systems and installations without relying on subcontractors," says Knight Security President Keith Maley. "Aligning with Honeywell will give us the additional tools we need to maintain the integrity of our business and enhance the scope of services for our customers."
Designed for dealers with expertise in intrusion, fire, video surveillance and access control, Honeywell's Authorized Dealer Program for commercial security systems supports small, medium and large commercial and industrial security dealers by offering customized marketing support, targeted sales opportunities and technical training programs.
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