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Apr 01, 2019,
Petaluma
Advanced Security Systems
ADVANCED SECURITY SYSTEMS ANNOUNCES ACQUISITION OF PETALUMA’S K&R SECURITY
Sonoma

 

Press Release Description

Petaluma, Calif.—Advanced Security Systems announces the asset purchase of one of Petaluma\'s oldest and largest security system providers, K & R Security, Inc.

 

Karim Salih, president and operator of K & R Security, is also announcing his retirement along with the sale. Salih and his wife will remain in the Petaluma area and continue to be active members of the community.

 

"In announcing my retirement, I was careful to select a security system provider with over 48 years of combined experience, not only in security systems, but access control systems, surveillance systems, and fire alarm systems. Advanced Security fills the bill with a proven track record of operating a local, family-owned, regional security company."

 

Chuck Petrusha, president and CEO of Advanced Security Systems, offers a warm welcome to the K & R Security clients. “I can assure our K & R Security clients a smooth transition with the quality of service, monitoring, and testing you\'ve come to trust,” says Petrusha.

 

Advanced Security Systems with offices in Santa Rosa, Eureka, and Crescent City, will continue to service K & R Security customers from its existing Sonoma County location. Customers can use K & R Security telephone numbers to contact the main office and the monitoring station—707-762-5311 (office) and 800-353-3064 (24-hour monitoring station)—that they are used to.

 

Advanced Security Systems is a full-service alarm company with capabilities of monitoring, and working on leading brands in the market place. Advanced Security technicians are factory authorized and trained in the latest technologies and security products.

 

For more information, visit www.advancedsecurity.us.

 


Contact Information
Name: Jarad Petroske     Email: jarad@advancedsecurity.us
Phone: 707-443-6366

 

 

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