“Only a handful of companies target this market today and ADRSM has the competencies and design expertise to deliver the highest levels of service.” — Peter Goldring, EVP and COO, ADR Security.
New York, NY (PRWEB)
August 11, 2017
ADR Security, a New York City-based Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Listed electronic systems installation and fire alarm service company with more than 90 years industry experience has created a unique business serving high-end, high-risk customers called ADR Security Monitoring (ADRSM).
Leveraging the professional, fully redundant central stations of Security Partners, Lancaster, Pa., the new organization is based on a strategic alliance designed to meet the complex insurance underwriter requirements of high-risk clients, particularly jewelers in the Diamond District of New York City.
According to Patrick Egan, Owner of Select Security and Founder of the Security Partners Dealer Network third-party central station, the partnership with ADR Security will provide the highest levels of professional monitoring, redundancy and disaster recovery to highly protected risk properties requiring UL central station burglar alarm certificate services, with fully supervised monitoring and alarm runner response. Security Partners is UL-Listed, Factory Mutual Approved and holds the prestigious Five-Diamond Certification from The Monitoring Association, Vienna, Va.
“We believe there is a huge, underserved market for certificate service – bigger than ever before – and this is a great opportunity for us to partner with a strong, independent and financially solid company like ADR Security,” said Egan.
Egan said ADR has distinguished longevity in the marketplace and a top-notch management team that understands the higher liability and higher risk in certificate service for this specialized niche market. “It’s not just monitoring, redundancy and supervision but response time, detailed recordkeeping and meeting stringent installation standards. There are only a handful of companies providing this type of service and many traditional providers have moved from high-risk services into residential or disappeared because of…