“Smoke alarms use batteries, and we all know that batteries always die at the most inopportune times, sometimes without a whimper. Smoke detectors, however, are part of a larger fire alarm system that provides almost unending power, whether your electric is out or not,” says John Larkin, Senior ESC Partner.With a monitored, quality ESC fire alarm system in your home or office, you have the assurance that help is on the way if a fire should break out. Our systems meet all NFPA and local regulations, which means that the equipment used meets all current standards.
Our central station is next to none and our installers and technicians are factory trained and state certified.Contact ESC for more information by calling us at 614-754-1393 or use the convenient contact form below or on the right side of this page. You also can click on any one of the "Get a Quote" buttons and you'll be contacted by an ESC professional within 24 working hours. If you already have a fire alarm system and you need service, please click on a "Set Appointment" button and we'll be there when and where you need us.
"Let us prove to you just how valuable ESC can be to your organization!" says Larkin.
Remember, the lives you save may be that of your own, a family member, or someone key to the success of your own organization.