Smithville Security adds business fire protection services
ELLETTSVILLE—Smithville Security now offers a new strategic fire security product, including fire monitoring for advanced suppression systems, sprinkler systems, and smoke detectors for small to medium-sized businesses. A residential fire security product is also available.
“We have long offered and supported a strong security protection service for small and medium-sized businesses, and this new fire security product extends our capacity to provide high-value services,” said Paul Quick, president of Smithville. “Our customers tell us that they regard Smithville as a trustworthy provider for security services, and we look forward to offering this important new product to them.”
Smithville will tailor new security commitments to strategically fit the customer’s needs, according to Chris Dobson, manager of Smithville Security. “We are prepared to serve a customer’s required fire inspection needs, including meeting state-mandated requirements, and can also accommodate an owner’s more robust inspection schedule with increased frequency of inspections,” Dobson explained.
Smithville began formally offering the new fire protection service in late March. For more information, please visit www.smithvillebusiness.com/security/.
Nationally recognized for more than a decade as a Top 100 Broadband Company, privately owned Smithville is Indiana’s largest independent telecom company with more than 200 employees. As a fifth-generation, family-owned business, Smithville has been committed to delivering fast and reliable connectivity and legendary service to its customers for nearly a century. The company is well-known as an industry leader and community supporter for rural Indiana.
Since the early 1990s, Smithville has constructed more than 2,800 miles of high-speed, high-capacity fiber across more than 17 Indiana counties, representing private investments totaling upward of a quarter of a billion dollars, including the recent completion of a $4.5 million, 100-gigabit fiber ring.
In addition to its residential services, Smithville provides commercial fiber-based connectivity for businesses, university campuses, biotechnology companies, healthcare providers, government offices, residential centers, communities, and other entities, including the WestGate@Crane Technology Park and the Purdue Research Park. The company currently serves about 23,000 businesses and residences in southern and central Indiana. For more information, please visit www.smithville.com.