At Paumanack Village, Dave Warasila of Doych Electric is the contractor responsible for the installation, not only of the life safety system, but also of the intercom; alarm system; all the electric, day and night lighting; on-site generators and more. Dave has been doing these installations in senior living communities for more than seven years, and he is very confident that Fire-Lite is not only the best value for the project, but also makes the most sense from an ease-of-use and safety perspective.
An Easy Choice"In a complex like this one,"
Warasila continued, "We have full confidence in the quality of the Fire-Lite products. All the controls and supplies are made right in Connecticut. They are a great value, but we certainly do not sacrifice quality. You can't sacrifice quality in this business."
Accessing Parts and Increasing ValueThe Fire-Lite system not only makes it easy for us to satisfy industry and regional fire codes while meeting the needs of senior residents, but it also makes it much easier for installers, contractors, maintenance and repair people to do their jobs. This is because unlike many other competitive products, the Fire-Lite system is not proprietary.
"With some fire protection companies,"
Flexing Its VersatilitySteve Nadel from Safeguard Security, the security company responsible for performing annual inspections, maintenance, central station monitoring and general service at Paumanack Village and many other senior housing projects all over Long Island, agrees with Dave Warasila's perspective on Fire-Lite systems, to the point where he's standardized Fire-Lite products on many of these sites.
"I'm the king of Fire-Lite,"