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How to Choose a Security Company

Sep 14th 2015 at 5:54 AM

Picking out your security team isn’t like picking out some apples at the supermarket. You are taking into consideration lives and monetary assets. Making the wrong choice can result in major losses and liability. Biting into a rotten apple is absolutely nothing compared to lose life.

It is important to thoroughly research a security company before hiring them. Do not make a hasty, uneducated decision. Review this list before hiring your security service provider:


Read the Reviews

The best recommendations come from unbiased consumers. Talk to your family, friends, and colleagues about their experiences.  They will get you a straight, honest opinion because they have nothing to gain from giving a positive recommendation.  They also have invested interest in the topic as they want to be sure you will be safe.


Online reviews are a great resource. There are two types of people that go online to write reviews: those that had an exceptional experience and those that had a horrible experience. You will be able to find great information from previous customers! Ask the company for references, a reputable provider should have many loyal fans that are willing to sing their praise.


Ask About Certification

The security provider should be able to provide credentials. Reliable providers have the proper training and certification. First Security Services is insured and bonded. We have forty six years experience in the security industry.


Arrange a Meeting or Interview

It is best practice to consider three different companies before choosing one. Upon narrowing your search down to three you should meet with all three. Set up a meeting or an interview to discuss the security service provider’s credentials, insurance, plan, and quote.


Pay attention to the representative’s appearance and attitude. The way they behave in the interview is a good sign about the service to come. Representatives that are in a hurry to make promises and leave are likely to perform similarly. When safety and protection are on the line you need a team that is not looking to just put in the time and get paid.


Review the Contract

This last step is so important and often overlooked. Most consumers are so quick to sign the contract and be done with the searching process that they do not review the details. Make sure you understand the services you are receiving (and not receiving)!


The superior team at First Security Services has over forty six years of experience in the security industry. Find out more about the services they provide at

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