Posted in : alarm, security on by : TruXter Tags: alarm, control panel, dallas, detection, facp, fire, houston, safety, san antonio, security, smoke, texas
New locations coming to our fire alarm company, pretty good stuff.
Our Main office will stay the same same in Houston
We have purchased the property for our new locations and have construction on the way.
Our austin Facility is up and running. This is a great year.
I may even transfer to our San Antonio location as soon as it has ac .. lol Texas is fricken hot. anything to get out of Comcast’s capitolism.
I like to think we are better than all Texas fire alarm companies . I am sure we are the better fire alarm and detection company in Houston .
We are upgrading hundreds of fire alarm control panels (facp) from the 7100. it seems people want the new stuff. Really i am just the bew guy and all so I have no idea why they want the new one that sounds an alarm just the same as the current one that sounds the same alarm. I am sure it’s the ease of use in the new ones that allow the ‘actual owner’ a chance to understand what to do and how to do things, in certain situations. The E3 Facp is the “broad band” panel, The new. Maybe I’m old fashioned and like the old everything, Vintage means ” all bugs have been noted” and you can actually get help from past users< but this planet seems to be full of wealthier people than who are out for the E3 type things in life. Maybe it’s the security of knowing that you have the latest when your establishment is built and it should be good for a while that sales them to go that route. I myself will buy it used and and hack what I can into it’s firmware and make stuff better for me. But that is me. I guess that is me and why i am in the office doing cad instead of out in the field programming the panels. lol.
I mean it’s not like everyone in the world wants to have cool specialized interface that comes at the price of having to reboot every time you do something or what ever expense that modded software usually causes you to have to endure.
it sure would upset a fire marshal if every time he inspects my panel he sees his name on the display. lol