IQ Recertifies 13 Companies in July

At the monthly board of directors meeting in July, the IQ board approved the recertification of the following 13 companies.

AAA Security, Diamond Bar, Calif.

Affiliated Central Inc., Brooklyn N.Y.

Alarm 2000, Cardiff, Calif.

All Secure Protection Systems Inc., San Diego, Calif.

Allied Central Services Inc. (Division of Altronics Security Systems), Bethlehem, Penn.

General Monitoring Services Inc., Huntington Beach, Calif.

Monitoring America Alarm Co-Op, Tusa, Okla.

Murrey Installations Inc., Phoenix, Md.

ProTec II Security Systems, Dayton, Ohio

Protech Security LLC, El Paso, Texas

Pyramid Telephone Service Inc., McFarland, Wis.

Schultz Technology Solutions LLC, Pottsown, Penn.

Security On-Line Systems Inc., Ambler, Penn.

Security Response Center, Sarnia, Ontario, Canada

Shenandoah Valley Security LLC, Waynesboro, Va.

IQ Board Public Safety Directors Joseph Benoit of the Greenwich Fire Dept. and Steve Heggeman of the Baltimore County Alarm Reduction Team reported that there were no negative comments on their investigation of the companies. The board unanimously approved the recertification of all 13.

“Each month a number of IQ companies among the hundreds in the program come up for recertification or apply for certification,” Tim Creenan said. “We are proud to recertify these 13 companies, who understand the value IQ certification brings as an independent seal of approval of companies that go above and beyond to become the elite of the industry.”

IQ certification is an installation quality certification program for security alarm systems. The goals of the voluntary program are to raise the overall installation quality of electronic security and life safety systems and reduce the burden and risks false alarms place on local, national and international police forces.

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