Honeywell Welcomes Symon Systems as Authorized Dealer

Honeywell announced that Symon Systems, LLC has been named a Honeywell authorized security dealer. Specializing in fully-integrated, low-voltage solutions, the Tallahassee-based company offers a wide range of security, surveillance and access control services for customers across Northern Florida and Southern Georgia.

With its own in-house electrical department, Symon Systems provides custom design and installation for various residential and commercial needs, including surveillance cameras, fire alarms, automation and lighting, access control, medical call systems, computer networks and structured cabling. The company also offers security inspection, analysis and monitoring services.

“Security today means so much more than just intrusion alarm systems, which is why aligning ourselves with Honeywell makes perfect sense for us,” said Chris McVicker, operations manager, Symon Systems. “Access to Honeywell’s knowledge pool and latest technology will allow us to grow our business right.”

Honeywell’s authorized security dealer program supports residential and commercial dealers by offering customized marketing support, targeted sales opportunities and technical training programs. The program is designed for dealers with expertise in intrusion and fire, video surveillance and access control.

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