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How do you hide the fire alarm and still meet the codes?

by Adam Jacobs 9/15/2020

Where do you go when the owner and architect want one thing, but the fire codes require something else?  Well, Concealite has built a business around just that!  American Alarms is your local distributor for Concealite products that have helped architects and code officials find a reasonable compromise for years.  Imagine walking into a room where NONE of the fire alarm notification devices, emergency lighting, electrical wall outlets, security motion detectors, and even occupancy sensors are concealed in the wall.  Never before has it been this easy to design a space with a clean seamless look, but still meet all the electrical and life safety code requirements.  Most devices can be painted or wallpapered to match any wall/ceiling.  See the GIF and link below for more info on these incredible products.

 

http://www.concealite.com/emergency_fixtures.html

 

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How do you hide the fire alarm and still meet the codes?

by Adam Jacobs 9/15/2020

Where do you go when the owner and architect want one thing, but the fire codes require something else?  Well, Concealite has built a business around just that!  American Alarms is your local distributor for Concealite products that have helped architects and code officials find a reasonable compromise for years.  Imagine walking into a room where NONE of the fire alarm notification devices, emergency lighting, electrical wall outlets, security motion detectors, and even occupancy sensors are concealed in the wall.  Never before has it been this easy to design a space with a clean seamless look, but still meet all the electrical and life safety code requirements.  See the GIF and link below for more info on these incredible products.

 

http://www.concealite.com/emergency_fixtures.html

 

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HELP WANTED - Systems Technicians - Sign-on bonus

by Adam Jacobs 9/15/2020

If you have 2+ years of experience in fire alarms (any brand), burglar alarm, card access, video security, nurse call, intercom, other low-voltage systems, or general electrical work, call me immediately to see if you qualify for up to $1000 in hiring bonus.  We are in need of experienced technicians to service our customers' low-voltage systems, and help install new ones.  As an experienced tech you can make $15-$28/hour to start, depending on specific background and work habits.  See our full benefits package on our careers page of the website.  We're growing, and we want you to grow with us!

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