Welcome to the Statewide Fire Facility…

CuttingEdge Technology

Since its inception in 2002, Statewide Fire Corp has always been “ahead of the curve” with regard to the latest technology. Statewide’s custom, brand-new, award-winning, facility is physically able to support even more in the way of advances in technology.

Invite Your Clients

Alarm professionals are welcome to bring their clients to Statewide’s facility by appointment. Several alarm dealers have brought their clients to see in-person demonstrations of technology, while others have simply used the impressive conference room to host meetings. Simply click here if you are an existing dealer and wish to reserve time and space within Statewide’s headquarters.

Security & Redundancy

Statewide Fire has greatly enhanced its ability to provide uninterrupted protection in almost any situation.

The power and phone lines at the 100-acre corporate park are underground.  Two 150 kw on-site generators, multiple, dedicated, high-speed internet lines for redundancy, and two off-premises back-up locations (including one in the mid-west), insure continual operation and protection for your clients.

In addition…

…every server, phone switch, network appliance, and all vital equipment are on two (2) uninterruptible power supply sources

…the facility has multiple PRI/T1 lines, allowing them to transfer phone lines to back up lines if necessary

…telephone lines are from two different providers for redundancy

…two separate internet providers are used, with a SonicWall router automatically polling the primary provider and transferring to secondary provider in case of a network failure

Seamless Operation When Disasters Strike

In severe weather or other emergencies, Statewide Fire houses staff at one of two hotels within walking distance, insuring that security staff gets adequate rest between shifts, even if they cannot travel to their homes.

In the event of homeland-security related events, this corporate complex (owned by the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey) was protected by heavily-armed National Guard forces during the weeks and months after the 9/11 terror attacks, and it remains a high-priority facility to be provided extra protection when necessary.