Honeywell Adds 2 Companies to First Alert Dealer Program
DELAWARE VALLEY, N.J. and NAPLES, Fla. — Two security companies have joined the Honeywell First Alert Professional Dealer Program.
Delaware Valley, N.J.-based JM Resources provides access control, burglar and fire alarms, monitoring, video surveillance and A/V services. The company serves commercial and residential clients in Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Among its offerings, JM Resources provides Honeywell’s Total Connect Remote Services, which allows users to manage their security systems from Web-enabled devices.
Started in 1983, Naples, Fla.-based Executive Electronics of Southwest Florida Inc., installs and designs systems for roughly 3,000 homes and businesses. It offers access control, fire alarms, home automation and video surveillance to clients.
“In joining the program, we will be able to build on our experience and local reputation,” company owner John Minerva says. “We always try to put ourselves in our customers’ shoes when designing systems. The network will be a huge advantage for our clients, as we will be teaming up with some of the best minds in the industry.”
The independent security dealer network has more than 500 participating installing security contractors nationwide. The program provides customized support in sales techniques and marketing strategies for intrusion, fire, video surveillance and access control systems in commercial and residential facilities.
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