Security Cubed selected to install for SafetyCare

SSN Staff  - 
Thursday, June 14, 2007

READING, P.A.--SafetyCare announced June 11 that Security Cubed of Catasauqua, Pa., had been selected to install security systems at SafetyCare's upgraded facility in Reading.
"We are pleased to hire Security Cubed Inc., one of the fastest-growing, most reliable security services companies in Pennsylvania, to install the security systems for our new headquarters in Reading," said Michael Bodnar, general manager of SafetyCare, in a statement. "The services Security Cubed offers are exemplary and meet our strict requirements to have the most secure facilities possible."
Security Cubed President Austin Meadows said his company will install burglary alarms, fire alarms, an access control system and video surveillance at the SafetyCare facility, adding his company is also an authorized dealer of SafetyCare products.
SafetyCare merges home security and safety systems with a wide range of safety and health services. It is the only company in the United States to offer personal emergency monitoring, burglary monitoring, fire detection and over a dozen other services as part of a single package. Unlike the traditional monitoring business, SafetyCare's monitoring is performed by first responders, such as licensed nurses, EMTs and law-enforcement professionals from a secure, 24-hour UL Monitoring Center.
Security Cubed has been a vendor of SafetyCare products for three years. Security Cubed's business has grown every year since it was founded in 2004.