Kings III monitors 70,000+ help phones across the U.S. Learn more about who we serve below.


Customer Industry Commercial Buildings

Commercial Buildings

Commercial buildings have unique emergency phone needs and liability concerns. The goal as an owner or property manager is keep risk at bay and drive net operating income. We can help with both. Common uses in commercial real estate include elevators, parking garages, stairwells, areas of refuge and more.

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Customer Industry Commercial Buildings

Multifamily Customers

Multifamily Sites

Multifamily properties have unique emergency phone needs and liability concerns centered around building a safe community and lowering month over month costs. We can help with both. Common emergency phone uses on multifamily sites include elevators, pools, parking garages, stairwells, and more.

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Multifamily Customers

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Public Storage Buildings

Public storage buildings have unique emergency phone needs and liability concerns. Because staff is not always onsite and customers can come and go as they please, this presents a huge liability concern. Our emergency telephones help connect those onsite to safety even when you can’t be there.

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Healthcare Buildings

We know property managers that oversee medical office buildings and hospitals often feel an extra sense of pressure, as they know any negative experience on property is a direct reflection on the hospital and its physicians. Another unique concern is that of the health conditions of patients and visitors and the higher likelihood of a health emergency during an elevat