Notifier Announces Fire/Life Safety Systems Financing

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Northford, Conn.-based Notifier by Honeywell introduces a financing program to assist facility owners with the expense of new fire/life safety systems and upgrades to existing systems mandated by code. An assortment of financing options can be customized to cover equipment, regular maintenance, and service fees while allowing facility owners to conserve working capital and overcome budget constraints.

The new financing program, maintained by LEAF Financial Corp., Philadelphia, offers simple documentation and fast results with live, one-on-one support from local LEAF representatives throughout the process. The new program's flexible loan and leasing options enable Notifier Engineered Systems Distributors throughout the United States to offer an affordable means for the expansion or upgrade of existing fire/life safety systems.

"Local and national fire alarm codes are becoming more inclusive of a wider array of technologies, including emergency communications systems," says Frank Tomberlin, VP of sales for Notifier. "Facility managers have to start planning for these eventual hardware and software upgrades, which in today's economy is tough. That's why Notifier decided to bring onboard such an aggressive lease and loan initiative."

Notifier's financing program is ideal for grade schools and university campuses planning to install a state-of-the-art emergency communications system with distributed recipient mass notification — e-mail, text, computer pop-up alerts. A high-rise or multi-building property maintaining a series of obsolete systems plagued by false alarms could lease or finance up to 100% of the installation, equipment, and service for a new fire/life safety system.

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