Monitoring & Inspections

Safeguard your Business


Fire alarm inspections are a crucial aspect of ensuring the safety and well-being of residents and properties in the state of Arkansas. These inspections are necessary to comply with state and local fire codes and regulations, which aim to prevent and minimize the risk of fires while also protecting people and property. Fire alarm inspections identify any potential issues or malfunctions in fire alarm systems, which allows for timely repairs and maintenance that help prevent tragedy.

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fire alarm inspections help in verifying the proper functioning of fire alarm systems. Regular inspections ensure that all components, such as smoke detectors, heat sensors, control panels, and alarm devices, are in working order. By testing these systems, professionals can detect any deficiencies or defects that may impair their performance during an emergency.

This includes checking for:


Battery Life


Alarm Audibility


The integrity of Wiring and connections

In Arkansas, fire alarm inspections are typically carried out by qualified technicians or fire safety professionals who possess the knowledge and expertise to identify potential hazards and recommend necessary corrective measures.

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Fire alarm inspections play a crucial role in maintaining compliance with state and local fire safety regulations. In Arkansas, like in many other states, fire codes mandate regular inspections of fire alarm systems in commercial, industrial, and multi-family residential buildings. These inspections ensure that the fire alarm systems meet the required standards and are capable of alerting occupants and emergency personnel in the event of a fire. By conducting inspections and documenting the findings, authorities can ensure that property owners and managers are taking appropriate measures to safeguard against fires. Failure to comply with these regulations can result in penalties, fines, or even the closure of non-compliant establishments, emphasizing the significance of fire alarm inspections in Arkansas.

Business Security Monitoring

Your commercial investment is at risk around the clock, during and after business hours. Fortunately, you can rest assured knowing that each of your facility’s security systems is seamlessly connected to our monitoring station. Security, disturbances, carbon monoxide leaks, flood dangers or fire hazards trigger an alarm that alerts our experienced technicians.

Commercial Fire Alarm Monitoring

Advantage Security’s Commercial Fire Alarm System is an intelligent life safety system that provides smoke and fire detection, sprinkler supervision, and emergency communications. Professionally installed fire alarm systems, monitored by a UL-certified company, significantly reduces risks to your business.

Commercial Carbon Monoxide Monitoring

As a silent killer, carbon monoxide can be a major liability for your business. Every year, 20,000 to 30,000 people in the United States are sickened by accidental carbon monoxide poisoning, which kills approximately 500 of those people. Protect your employees, guests and tenants with equipment and monitoring services that detect poisonous gas levels and alert first responders in time to get help.

Commercial Gas Leak Monitoring
Gas and chemical building leaks are difficult to notice and, if they go undetected, may quickly result in medical emergencies or fire hazards. Advantage Security provides natural gas detectors and 24/7 gas leak monitoring to help protect you and your employees.
Commercial Flood Monitoring

Water leaks and storm floods cause millions of dollars in commercial damages each year in the form of profit loss, employee downtime, and facility repairs. If water infiltration triggers your flood alarm, you don’t need to be onsite to hear it. We connect water sensors with our 24-hour flood monitoring devices to reduce the threat of costly water damages.