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Tuesday, October 20, 2015

The Importance of Routine Security System Inspection and Testing

Security systems are an important part of a facility’s overall safety and security measures. Next to the fire alarm there is no other subsystem in your facility that is as important. In a typical commercial or governmental application it provides nightly security as well as hold-up/panic alarm protection during the day. It does this and more every minute of the day, every day of the week, and every week of the year.

These systems often do this for years and then they develop problems, often multiple breakdowns almost at the same time simply because they were not serviced on a routine basis.

Electronic Systems Consultants are specialists at inspecting and servicing nearly all makes and models of alarm systems on the market. Our technicians are factory trained to conduct a thorough test of each and every device in your system to assure functionality to assure on-going operation.

Motion detectors, door and window sensors, water detectors, panic/hold-up alarm buttons, batteries in wireless transmitters, keypads, sirens, as well as the battery inside the alarm control panel are checked and repaired if need be. Before any repairs are enacted, however, ESC will provide you with an estimate of what the repair will be.

"We'll give you a full accounting of what our technicians did in writing," says John Larkin, Senior Partner with ESC of Columbus, Ohio. "These inspections and tests should be conducted yearly in order to assure the functionality of your alarm system on an on-going basis. The last thing you or I want is for a problem to unexpectedly develop with your system at the wrong time, like when a crook breaks into your facility."

Call ESC today for the service you need tomorrow. Call 614-754-1393, send an email to, or visit our website and use our rapid contact form at

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