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A wide range of security & home automation services for your home & business.

 Keeping you safe & protected

We can provide a range of high quality security & home automation products and services for both the Home and Business. 


CWC Security strives to maintain the highest standards of design, installation, and project management for security, and communication installations by providing training for our employees to perform their work safely and efficiently. We offer a wide range of commercial and home security services .


We will achieve continued business expansion by growing our client base and diversifying the services we offer. As our clients’ operations are positively impacted by our services, our business will prosper. Every aspect of CWC Security, LLC. is designed to add value and deliver an urgent response to your changing needs with the right technology, custom-configured solutions, innovative extranet tools, technical expertise, specialized services and ongoing support.


Fire Inspection


Why Fire Inspections are so important..


Fire alarm systems must be inspected, tested and maintained 
regularly to comply with the codes and regulations of your 
local and/or state jurisdiction. The codes and standards set forth
 by the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) are followed to 
ensure life and property are protected in the event of a fire. 
AFA’s licensed inspectors will test and inspect your system in 
accordance with these codes and standards to ensure the following 
components are properly functioning:

Manual pull stations
Notification appliances including horns and strobes
Smoke and heat detectors
Duct detectors
Annunciator panels
Tamper devices
Main alarm panel
Carbon monoxide detectors
Associated communication equipment

Why do I Need to Have a Fire Alarm Inspection?
An annual fire security inspection can make sure the alarm 
system is in proper working order. The best time to see if 
there is an issue with the system is when the inspection is
 being completed. Also, the National Fire Protection Association 
requires that a third-party fire inspector conduct a test of the 
system at least once annually. Depending on your specific building
 code and occupancy type, you may have to be tested multiple times per year.