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2018 SDM 100 Rankings

2018 SDM 100 Rankings

As a true leader in the fire, life safety and electronic security industry, Red Hawk continues to receive noteworthy status in the 2018 SDM 100 listing of largest companies in the industry. The SDM 100 lists Red Hawk as No. 1 for Non-Residential Revenue and No. 6 for total revenue.

The 2018 SDM 100 ranks U.S. companies that provide electronic security systems and services to both residential and non-residential customers. This ranking is based on information provided to or, in few cases, estimated by SDM. Ranked companies were asked to submit either an audited or reviewed financial statement, or a copy of their income tax return showing total gross receipts for the stated period. The vast majority of the firms ranked are privately held.

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Red Hawk News & Notes
Latest alarm monitoring services and new tools

Latest alarm monitoring services and new tools

Check out the latest alarm monitoring services and new tools available to help save you time and money. Get quick and easy access to your security system from any mobile device with the SeeMyAlarm App now available for iPhone or Android.

Place your system on or off test from the app without having to call the monitoring center directly. It allows you to view event history, contact lists and zone information right from your mobile device. Visit the App store to obtain the free SeeMyAlarm App.

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Case Studies
Red Hawk Fire & Security Upgrades Video Surveillance System at Foxwoods Casino

Red Hawk Fire & Security Upgrades Video Surveillance System at Foxwoods Casino

One of North America’s largest casinos, Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut Turned to Red Hawk for the Video Surveillance System Upgrade at its gaming facilities.

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State of the Fire Alarm Market

State of the Fire Alarm Market

With a strong economy, plus a healthy new construction and retrofit market, business remains steady in the fire space, with a few new opportunities, but also some notes of caution.

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) in January 2018 projected a “modest pick-up in the growth rate and another solid performance in 2019,” citing five main factors for optimism in the building and retrofit market: rebuilding and repairs from natural disasters; tax reform implications for construction; a possible infrastructure package; strong consumer and business confidence levels; and leading economic indicators for the construction sector. That is good news indeed for the fire detection market.

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