Alarm Quality Program Adds 22 New Members
Editor’s Note: A story published Feb. 21 on
securitysales.com incorrectly stated that the Installation
Quality Certification Program has 22 members. The story
should have read that the IQ program has added 22 members.
Security Sales & Integration regrets the
Alarm companies continue to jump on to a program designed
to provide a certification of excellence and help the fight
to prevent false alarms. The Installation Quality (IQ)
Certification Program recently added 22 alarm firms and
continues to work for false alarm reduction and alarm
company commitment to meeting established standards and
operating procedures that are compositely to distinguish
them from other firms in the industry.
Alarm firms that wish to obtain IQ Certification must
adhere to a rigid set of installation and false alarm
prevention guidelines. To qualify, companies must provide
superior maintenance, service programs and training in
industry-recognized programs. They must also meet all the
licensing requirements of their locale and state, in
addition to having the proper insurance coverage.
“We are pleased to see that the number of IQ Certified companies keeps growing,” says Lisa Prosser, chairperson of the IQ Certification Board. “Security companies understand that in order to raise the bar in our industry and keep a competitive edge, they must be able to prove to customers, prospects and police that they are proactive on quality and false alarm reduction issues.”
The goals of the program are to raise the overall quality and false alarm control effectiveness of electronic security and life safety systems. In addition to providing a quality badge of honor, IQ Certified companies provide competitive marketing advantages, less false system activations, increased customer satisfaction, improved system reliability, more referrals and reduced costs.
The 22 new certified members include:
- American Security of St. Joseph, Mich.
- A New Era Security of Eynon, Penn.
- AAA Alarms of El Paso, Texas
- Simpson Security of Iva, S.C.
- Fort Knox Alarm & Security of Osage, Mo.
- Allsafe Security Inc. of Albuquerque, N.M.
- Anchor Security Services IT of Theodore, Ala.
- AAA Alarm Company of Bangor, Maine
- Golden Eagle Technologies of McAllen, Texas
- Innovative Sound & Security, Inc. of Burlington, N.C.
- Gold Star Security & More of Osage Beach, Mo.
- Cross Security Solutions/Cross Surveillance Systems Inc. of Winston-Salem, N.C.
- Apex Technology Solutions of Wichita, Kansas
- Integrity Security Systems LLC of Southhaven, Miss.
- LowVolt of Pittsburgh
- Lifesafety & Security of Louisville, Ky.
- Tri-State Security & Fire of Lexington, S.C.
- Trask Enterprises Inc. dba New West Security of Duncanville, Texas
- Alarms Security Networks of Yuma, Ariz.
- TSG Communications of Springfield, Mo.
- Martin Security Systems, Inc. of Green Bay, Wis.
- Easy Tech Connections Inc. of Lake Havasu City, Ariz.
For more information, go to www.iqcertification.org.
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