ULC-listed fire alarm monitoring is a BC Building Code requirement and common municipal regulation that affects Building Developers, Contractors, Commercial Property Managers and Building Owners.
Inadequate fire protection is not an option
Fire alarm systems in new commercial buildings, new multi-residential developments, and virtually all public municipal and government facilities must be monitored 24/7 by a ULC (Underwriters Laboratories of Canada) approved method.
In order to ensure that appropriate fire monitoring is in place and complies with specific installation standards and legislated requirements, a ULC Certificate is required prior to the release of any final occupancy permit. Acme Protective Systems carries a ULC Fire Listing, which allows us to monitor fire alarm systems and provide building owners and tenants with the required ULC Certificate.
The right choice for your next building project
The Acme central station has been ULC certified for fire monitoring for over 30 years (since 1985). We are a recognized security provider and listed as a ‘full service’ ULC security company; meaning that we are able to install, service, inspect, certify and monitor fire and intrusion alarm transmitters.
Correct backup procedures
Our team is ready and capable of ensuring the right monitoring system is in place along with the correct redundancy procedures established – so that your building gets its occupancy permit on time!