NV Technologies Fire & Security

Our Focus

It is no secret that today’s workplace and workforce changes with every new technology development – not to mention the impact of business growth, government regulations, energy, financial policies and a shrinking workforce.

For over 12 years NV Technologies Fire & Security has focused on smart, data-driven products, solutions, and services.  Our designs are optimized to address current and future needs while being mindful of budgets and overal operating costs.

Working with our customers and partners, we are creating a smart future for all kinds of facilities by applying our vast experience in Life Safety and Workforce Management solutions.

Bringing Real Solutions and Exceptional Value to the table every day!

Our Products

Ultra-High Definition (UHD)

Until now, limited resolution has often hindered the accuracy of video, mainly due to missing image details. Today, Digital systems provide clear and crisp images with increased details.

Full Smart Feature-set

Our products are equipped with features such as Smart Tracking, False Alarm Filtering, and smart detection including intrusion, line crossing, region entrance, region exit, and more.

System service calls

We have technicians that can come to you where ever we have installed that will gladly help with fixing any problems that may occur with our camera systems.

Fire extinguisher servicing

There are different test that are required by code we provide all aspects of test ranging from the 6 year maintenance test to all types of hydro tests.

Fire alarm testing

Our technicians follow NFPA Guidelines and use state of the art equipment and testing devices to accomplish testing services with minimal impact on your daily operations. 

Certified sprinkler inspections

Sprinkler inspections are required annually, semiannually, and quarterly. Sprinkler heads are inspected for leakage, corrosion, paint, orientation and clearance.

What Do Criminals Think?

A survey was given to 86 inmates serving time for burglary. The inmates were asked to respond anonymously to 5 questions elaborating on how and when they broke in, and what they were looking for.

What time of the day did you prefer to break in?

Burglars prefer to break in during early morning hours or afternoon. Most children will be in school and adults will be at work. They typically avoid lunch time and the weekends.

If a home alarm system went off, what would you do?

Most intruders would leave immediately. One said he would try and turn it off.

If there was a security camera visible, would it keep you from breaking in?

All generally agreed cameras were a deterrent from breaking into a home.

What is the ideal target for a burglary?

Homes with big fences and overgrown trees are appealing. if the home is away from other homes, has large trees, bushes, shrubs, or has reserved and conservative neighbors, it is more likely to become a target. Nice homes with nice cars is a sign of a person with money.

What is the one thing homeowners can do to avoid being burglarized?

Make your property visible with good lighting and trimmed bushes and trees. Get to know your neighbors and alerts police if you see anything suspicious. Install cameras to insure everything is safe in your homes.