Business Security for Corporate Accounts with Multiple Locations
Ever try scheduling service appointments for multiple locations with a big security company? Chances are, you get bounced from one person to the next repeating your story dozens of times.
That won’t happen if you’re a corporate account with Bay Alarm!
With us, you get a single point of contact for your account. We handle everything from design, billing, and service regardless of where you’re located. It all means that we’ll keep you in compliance, so you can keep running your business without interruption.
If you do need service, we won’t give you the runaround. In most cases we’ll have a technician out to you the very same day. Let Bay Alarm handle your security solution, end to end—from designing, installing, monitoring, to testing and inspecting and managing all the documents needed to satisfy the legal requirements!
Call us today for a free on-site review and to find out how Bay Alarm can make all the difference for your business.
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