Pye-Barker Fire & Safety has acquired one of the largest full-service security providers in New Jersey, Complete Security Systems (CSS), for undisclosed terms.
Based in Marlboro, N.J., CSS specializes in customized security solutions including intrusion alarms, fire alarms, video surveillance and access control for commercial and residential customers. The company will be CSS will be merged into the Pye-Barker’s alarm division.
CSS was founded in 1983 by Chris Mosley who built the company with a vision to listen, provide quality and take care of customers like family, thus propelling its success, according to an announcement. CSS is the only security company to receive the prestigious New Jersey Electronic Life Safety Association (NJELSA) Dealer Award for three years.
"I'm thrilled to be able to forge this partnership with Pye-Barker," said Mosley, who serves as president. "Their culture, people and way of doing business align perfectly with who we are at CSS."
Mosley is an impactful leader in his community and throughout the security industry. He was instrumental in the fight to get new licensure approved in the state of New Jersey that would strengthen the quality of security service and alarm installation in the state. He served as the national president of the Electronic Security Association (ESA), as well as president of NJELSA, and is an active board member of the Monmouth County Friends of the Parks and the local YMCA.
"It's an honor to be able to work with Chris Mosley and the Complete Security Systems team. They're a pillar in the industry with a high bar for quality and taking care of customers," said Bart Proctor, CEO of Pye-Barker.
Mosley will continue to lead CSS along with his leadership team, and his security professionals will service new and existing customers.