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Huronia Alarm & Fire donates telephone systems

After a recent telephone system upgrade, Huronia Alarm & Fire Security found itself with telephone equipment it no longer needed. The previous system would no longer sync with the new technologies installed in the company’s offices and 24/7 monitoring station.

July 27, 2016  By  SP&T Staff

Kevin Leonard presents Sara Street a cheque for $4

“The telephone systems were still in perfect working condition. So we reached out to the Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre in Midland (and Habitat for Humanity, Southern Georgian Bay) to see if they would be interested in upgrading their current systems with our former equipment,” explains Kevin Leonard, president and CEO at Huronia Alarm.

The timing couldn’t have been better. “It was wonderful of Huronia Alarms to think of us when they were replacing their telephone system. This comes at the perfect time for us, as our telephone system was on its last legs,” says Sara Street, executive director at the Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre.

The telephone systems include digital telephones that would replace the Marsh’s obsolete headsets, faster voicemail with Simple Message Desk Interface (SMDI) integration, caller ID capabilities, multiple call group capability and zone paging. These features will allow for faster and more efficient telephone communication for both visitors and staff.

“We are thrilled that all of our former telephone equipment has found a new home at the Wye Marsh,” says Leonard. “Recycling and helping our corporate neighbours … it’s the best outcome we could have hoped for!”


Huronia Alarm & Fire Security provides home and business security and monitoring services, CCTV, fire and safety, lock and safe products and services, as well as cabling and smart home wiring for today’s home automation requirements.

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