WSE is committed to providing customers with only the finest in Fire Alarms. We are an Authorized Notifier Dealer
As a Fire Alarm Contracting Company, WSE services include Fire Alarm inspections and installation, design, as well as “parts & smarts” of Fire Alarm Systems.
Fire Alarm Inspections and Installation Service and Repair
Fire Alarms System Inspections are perfromed annually per NFPA-72 Standards and both state and local fire alarm ordinances. WSE services all brand fire alarm systems including Notifier, Fire-Lite, Silent Knight, EST, FCI, Gamewell, Siemens, Simplex and others. WSE Fire Alarm inspections and installation Technicians are factory trained and FASA Certified.
Our Design Department includes experienced Fire Alarm Designers with Workstations using AutoCad. Our design staff possesses the necessary knowledge of Codes and local agency requirements for system design. Available equipment and construction methods enable our staff to design systems with specific criterias in mind that best meet the requirements and goals of our clients.
Contracting / Installations
WSE is an FM Approved Fire Alarm Contractor. Installations are completed by our own experienced installers / technicians under the supervision of a Certified WSE Project Manager. General Liability Insurance is maintained at $ 3,000,000 Limits and Worker’s Compensation at a $ 1,000,000 Limit.
-Parts & Smarts-
For our Contracting Partners, we offer flexible scopes of work from full “turn-key” solutions to simple “Parts & Smarts” packages. We not only provide all fire alarm equipment for the job, but provide complete AutoCad Drawings signed and sealed by a Professional Engineer.
Mass Notification & Voice Evacuation Systems
Mass communication systems are becoming more important in today’s world. Mass notification and voice evacuation systems must have the reliability and flexibility to effectively get the right message to the right people at the right time – under all emergency circumstances.
Through concise, timely and event-specific voice and visual messages, a mass notification system (MNS) communicates what to do in response to threat. Additional components of a MNS, such as text messaging, phone-based call systems and e-mail blasts, can be used to extend the reach of the MNS, conveying your message to off-site personnel. Integrated systems include:
Individual Building Notification System with Autonomous Control Units
Outdoor Warning Systems
Portable Alerting Systems
Visual Notification Systems
Contact Us now for a FREE Mass Notification System Quote. We’ll be more than happy to set-up a complimentary site survey which would later be followed by a written proposal for the specific application. If you prefer, you may also contact our office at 305.477.9640
Carbon Monoxide Detection
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a silent killer. CO is an invisible, odorless and tasteless gas created when fossil fuels, such as gasoline, wood, coal, propane, oil and methane, do not burn completely. Improperly maintained heating and cooking equipment are possible sources of carbon monoxide in the home.
Carbon monoxide is the leading cause of accidental poisoning deaths in America. Yet, many people do not know they are suffering from CO poisoning until it’s too late. That’s why a carbon monoxide detector is an excellent way to protect your family. It can detect the CO you cannot see, smell or test in the air.
CO replaces oxygen in the bloodstream and as more and more accumulates in the blood, suffocation occurs. Mild CO poisoning often appears like the flu, but more serious poisoning can lead to difficulty breathing and even death. Victims exposed to high levels of CO can become seriously ill or die in less than 15 minutes.
We at WSE are committed to helping you and your families stay safe. Use these tips to avoid the tragedy of CO poisoning.
– Be sure space heaters are properly vented
– Never use barbecue grills indoors
– Check fireplaces for closed, blocked or bent flues, soot and debris.
– Regularly check all appliances in the home that use flammable fuels such as natural gas, oil, propane, wood or kerosene.
– Know the difference between the sound of smoke and fire alarms, and the sound of CO alarms.
Carbon Monoxide detectors can be added to your existing alarm system, or included with a new installation. Please Contact Us for more information.
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