Electro Alarms Announces Expansion into Metro Atlanta

Dec. 2, 2004
73-year-old alarm/security dealer to service growing Atlanta marketplace

Electro Alarms Company, Inc. a family-owned company since 1931 that provides monitored security systems, video surveillance (CCTV) and fire alarm products and services, has announced that it has begun an expansion into the Atlanta Metropolitan area. Electro Alarms is uniquely positioned as one of the oldest established security system installation companies in the country, currently serving the niche market of high-end residential, small business, and commercial customers. Electro Alarms began marketing services to the Atlanta residential and small business consumers in late October and has been avidly building relationships with the local builder community for their pre-wiring service in homes still under construction.

Electro Alarms is both very driven and very proud of their ability to form lasting long-term relationships, as proven by the company's oldest client still being served after 63 years of continued service. The expansion will extend these values and consumer driven practices of classic service and relationship building to the immediate ten-county Metro Atlanta area by having the expansion spearheaded by the founding family's third generation, Timothy Beisner, vice president of operations and marketing. To accommodate the growth and staffing needed in support of this expansion, a Norcross, Georgia, office is planned for opening in early January.

"This expansion will begin to broaden our leadership in the security industry and leverage our experience and reputation that we bring to our business and consumer clients," said Timothy Beisner. "The decision to expand our operations into Georgia by growing the business one customer at a time and not purchase an existing security company will be exciting and also guarantee that our customers encounter the same classic style of professionalism, service, and personal attention that has been at the foundation of Electro Alarms for over 73 years."