Start with the end in mind when deploying life safety improvements or security measures. Contact a security integrator. A lot of behind the scenes effort and expertise goes into designing and delivering life safety and security solutions. Security integrators understand the regulatory codes required by Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) and are well versed in navigating projects through the various regulatory processes for code approval.
As with all professionals, security integrators stand by their work and the solutions they provide. In addition to providing “turnkey” design and installation, they also provide ongoing support services. Integrators are quality conscious. They understand the need to maintain fully trained technicians that are well versed in a multitude of technologies and hardware. To do this, they subscribe to ongoing training and testing to ensure their technicians are on the leading edge of evolving technologies.
Many security integrators are licensed, contractors. Other integrators may have a network of contractors to hire per the job’s requirements. This is important, as the work being done most likely requires licensed contractors for permitting, installation, and receiving building / NFPA code approvals.
Some integrators focus on maintenance services while others specialize in installations. Regardless of their expertise, integrators will perform work directly or contract other specialists for the service(s) required to meet your needs.
Along with being advocates for their clients, security integrators are our eyes and ears. They are product savvy across a broad array of manufactured lines and experienced with local compliance codes. More importantly, they’re experts at recommending product solutions to meet their client’s needs.
Security Integrators are more than just value-added resellers. Isotec relies on their expertise and support services to guarantee that you receive the products required to meet your safety and security needs.