General commercial security monitoring can be great when the primary goal is to deter burglars from trespassing. However, when fires occur, sometimes culprit sources are undetectable especially if it’s an electrical problem. As a business owner, you need to protect all areas of your commercial property.


Fire alarm systems typically allow building occupants ample time to exit when the alarm is sounded. However, relying on this process can be too late. Signal Fire provides a solution to this challenge. One recommendation is to acquire a fire monitoring system. This type of system consists of a fire alarm, sensors, and cameras. These components work simultaneously so that the chances of widespread damage can be reduced.

Although fire can spread rapidly, a fire monitoring system provides time for the fire and police departments to be notified of the incident. While some extensive damage may be done prior to the firefighters’ arrival, a portion of your building may be able to escape damage depending on the type of fire.

Signal Fire goes the extra mile with monitoring services that also include inspection. Some fires can’t be prevented, but safety measures can be implemented to reduce the probability of a fire occurring at your business. The areas that are checked during an inspection include:

  • Fire alarm
  • Wet and dry sprinklers
  • Fire hydrant
  • Pump
  • Standpipe
  • Fire hose
  • Valves

These parts are critical to the total operation of an effective fire monitoring system. If any of these parts are not working properly when a fire starts, your entire building could be destroyed.


As a business owner, you understand how important it is to keep your employees and visitors safe. This requires an understanding of types of fires, exit areas, and the operation of a cloud-based monitoring system. Signal Fire not only provides technically advanced fire safety monitoring systems but stays abreast of innovative systems that aid in the selection of the best systems for commercial buildings. Signal Fire puts property owners’ and managers’ concerns first. The proactive measures you implement today can save lives and your property.