Commercial Fire Protection, Safety & Security Services
State Systems Inc. has 25 years of experience helping Mid-South commercial property managers meet their life safety, fire protection, and technology needs.
From office buildings to hotels or fire sprinkler system installations to monitoring services, State Systems Inc. can provide your commercial property with the technology solutions you need to protect and grow your organization.
Keep reading to learn more about:
- Fire extinguishers
- Fire sprinklers
- Fire alarm systems
- Fire suppression systems
- Clean agent fire protection systems
- Emergency and exit lighting
- Code compliance
- Fire inspections
- And much, much more
We provide fire protection and technology solutions to commercial facilities across Arkansas, Tennessee, and Mississippi. Contact us online or call 901-531-6550 for a quote!
Fire Protection Solutions for Commercial Properties
Fire Sprinklers for Commercial Facilities
For more than a quarter century now, automatic fire sprinklers have continued to save lives and protect property for businesses and commercial building owners.
Fire sprinkler systems are widely recognized as the single most effective method for preventing the spread of fires in early stages before the fire can cause severe injury to you, your employees, or your commercial facility. Fire sprinkler systems have been required for years by local codes and ordinances because they provide simple, dependable, and affordable fire protection.
Sprinklers not only provide excellent fire protection, but they also represent an excellent investment opportunity for building owners. Businesses can experience insurance savings and income tax deductions with automatic fire sprinkler system installation.
Call us at 901-531-6550 or contact us online for fire sprinkler installation or inspection services.
Clean Agent Fire Protection Systems for Commercial Facilities
State Systems Inc. is a leading provider of clean agent fire suppression systems. We offer a full range of fire suppression systems for industrial, commercial, and special hazard applications. Our fire protection systems are effective, easy to use, and completely safe for people, vital assets, facilities, and the environment.
Whether you want the latest clean agent fire suppression or replace an outdated Halon system, our technicians will thoroughly analyze your commercial facility and business operation to help you determine the correct fire suppression system for all your applications.
These systems are ideal for a variety of commercial settings, including:
- Cell sites
- Computer rooms
- Healthcare facilities
- Art galleries
- Process control rooms
- Telecommunications facilities
- Telephone equipment rooms
- Historical buildings
Call State Systems Inc. at 901-531-6550 for more information about commercial clean agent fire suppression systems.
Commercial Fire Alarm Systems
At State Systems Inc., we install fire alarm systems for commercial settings throughout the Mid-South. Fire alarms are the first response system for alerting your employees and customers of a fire or emergency.
Don’t risk your property, inventory, and customer records by being without a fire alarm system. A commercial fire alarm system is made up of a central control panel in which smoke alarms and heat detectors are connected, as well as sirens and horns that will activate if the system triggers an alarm.
Our fire protection technicians have years of experience installing fire alarms for commercial settings, so contact us for installation.
Fire Extinguishers for Commercial Facilities
Portable fire extinguishers effectively extinguish nearly 95% of all reported fires—making them a necessity in commercial settings. Depending on your facility and its needs, we can help you choose the best fire extinguishers from top reputable manufacturers such as ANSUL.
State Systems Inc. also offers extinguisher training and maintenance as well for commercial facilities in Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi. Training can help improve employees’ confidence in real emergency situations and ensure that equipment is properly used.
Technology & Security Solutions for Mid-South Commercial Properties
Emergency & Exit Lighting for Commercial Facilities
Emergency and exit lighting are important parts of any evacuation plan and a necessary link to safe escape when an emergency situation takes place. Emergency lights are used to light the exit routes for all building occupants inside a public or commercial building in the case of emergency or power loss.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has outlined strict requirements commercial facilities must meet with respect to their emergency and exit lighting—contact State Systems to learn more.
OSHA also requires both monthly and annual testing for emergency and exit lighting, and we can help you with both. Call 901-531-6550 today!
Access Control Systems for Commercial Facilities
More than ever before, commercial facilities must be safe and equipped with advanced security features. At State Systems Inc., we specialize in the installation of full access control systems.
These business security systems provide commercial facilities an important layer of security by allowing or denying a person’s admittance to an area or facility through the use of access cards or biometric recognition technology.
Different commercial facilities face different challenges, but they all share a common responsibility for ensuring the safety and well-being of employees and customers. In order to meet this responsibility, these facilities increasingly incorporate access control systems within their overall security strategy.
Access control systems offer the following:
- Protection of administrative areas and other sensitive areas
- Visitor management
- Protection of high-value assets
- Emergency response
- Maintenance of records of facility use
- Management of operational costs
Give us a call or contact us online to learn more about the tremendous value of access control systems in bolstering the security of your commercial facility.
Structured Cabling for Commercial Facilities
Structured cabling is the installation of a building’s cabling infrastructure, the networking medium that allows phones and computers to talk to each other and access the Internet. In today’s business climate, consumers expect that the commercial buildings they occupy will be able to support their voice and data networking needs. Improperly designed networks can lead to such irritations as poor voice quality over phone lines and low data transmission speeds.
Don’t allow your commercial facility to fall behind other facilities that have chosen to become more sophisticated and tech-savvy. Give State Systems Inc. a call today for expert structured cabling services.
Wireless Connectivity for Commercial Facilities
Our team of experts is highly qualified and experienced in implementing and installing wireless connectivity solutions best suited to meet your needs. We have experience in survey, design, installation, maintenance, and optimization of wireless networks. We look forward to providing your commercial facility with radio frequency wireless connectivity, microwave wireless connectivity, or infrared wireless connectivity.
Need more information about these wireless connectivity solutions? No problem—give us a call or contact us online, and we’ll be happy to help.
Request a Quote from State Systems Inc. Today!
We offer clean agent fire suppression systems, fire alarms, fire extinguishers, fire sprinklers, exit and emergency lighting, access control systems, structured cabling, and wireless connectivity in the following areas:
- Arkansas (AR): Blytheville, Forrest City, Helena-West Helena, Jonesboro, Marion, Paragould, and Wynne
- Mississippi (MS): Batesville, Clarksdale, Cleveland, DeSoto County, Greenville, Greenwood, Grenada, Hernando, Horn Lake, Olive Branch, Oxford, Senatobia, Southaven, Tunica, and Tupelo
- Tennessee (TN): Arlington, Bartlett, Collierville, Dyersburg, Fayette County, Germantown, Jackson, Lakeland, Martin, Memphis, Millington, Tipton County, and Union City
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