Fusion Security can simultaneously and seamlessly deliver multiple services to meet whatever your safety needs.

Fusion Security can simultaneously and seamlessly deliver multiple services to meet whatever your safety needs.

Why the custom approach to security is good for business

A la carte security shopping provides the service how and when you need it

When grocery shopping, you typically don’t stop by one store for meat, another for produce and a third for your staples. If the quality, selection and price you want is available in one convenient location, why inconvenience yourself by shopping around to others?

While this logic seems clear, why don’t we follow it when it comes to security?

Rather than use multiple companies for different security services, it simply makes sense to choose a company built on a model of integrated service, explains Harry Stausgaard, of Fusion Security.

Is now the right time update your security system?

As the world continues to change, there’s no better time to adjust and adapt your safety needs.

Perhaps you need extra security to support staff during our current safety protocols. Or, maybe you’re closing the office doors for remote working, and you need your building protected.

Both are possibilities when a customized security plan is in place, Stausgaard explains.

Designed around an integrated service model, the locally owned and operated Fusion Security can simultaneously and seamlessly deliver multiple services, allowing clients to tailor programs to their unique needs for today, and tomorrow. By actively managing their technology and services, it ensures they’re using the most up to date systems.

The knowledgeable staff will help you select products and services to build the most effective and efficient program based on specific business and operational goals. Choose from a full range of services including security personnel, mobile patrol and response, security systems technology, security key management, security consulting and private investigation.

“We provide the protection to make sure your people are looked after, your assets are taken care of and your information is protected – allowing you to continue to operate as smoothly and safely as possible,” Stausgaard notes.

Ready to learn more?

Visit online at fusionsecurity.ca for more information or reach out to their offices to speak to them directly about your options.

Take advantage of the convenience that comes with having all your security systems integrated, with a team big enough to handle all your security needs, but small enough to provide a personal touch!


Fusion Security actively manages their technology and services to ensure they’re using the most up to date systems for their clients!

Fusion Security actively manages their technology and services to ensure they’re using the most up to date systems for their clients!

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