Individuals may be unlicensed because they may not:
Texas law requires any person or company who provides investigations or security services (including burglar alarms, closed circuit television systems and access control systems) in the state to be properly licensed to offer or to
Hiring or employing a unlicensed company also carries this penalty.engage in such services. This requirements of law was originally passed by the Texas Legislature in 1969 and has been in effect ever since. To offer or provide a service required to be licensed without a license carries criminal penalties of up to a year in jail and a $4,000.00 fine.
Each person or organization engaged in the business of planning, certifying, leasing, selling, servicing, installing, monitoring, or maintaining fire alarm or fire detection devices or systems shall have a certificate of registration issued by the Texas Commissioner of Insurance.
TBFAA members make the best business partners. We strongly suggest that all Texas consumers include TBFAA members in their comparative shopping. We believe this will lead consumers to the right system at a fair price, combined with the best possible service.
We sincerely believe that you will receive a better mix of price and quality by doing business with a TBFAA member company. If not, we are here to help resolve any issue that might occur when doing business with a member.