Established in 2008, TEM Systems LLC is an affiliate of a 64 year old company
TEM Systems, LLC is an affiliate of TEM Systems, Inc, which was established in 1957 by Richard "Dick" Roether. As a pioneer of automated gate systems in the State of Florida, TEM Systems, Inc is considered to be an expert in this field. As Richard Roether and his team at TEM Systems, Inc. anticipated other methods of controlling access and active surveillance systems that could be integrated with the gate security systems, TEM Systems, Inc. continually evolved into a complete systems integrator.
Richard Roether's son, Scott Roether, launched TEM Systems, LLC in 2008 based on the same principles and values that was the foundation TEM Systms, Inc. A reputation built on service is a TEM tradition that has endured over 50 years in Florida and continues to be the foundation of TEM in North Carolina and South Carolina.
The company operates a fleets of fully-equipped security service vehicles in the Carolinas. The branch office locations are strategically placed to help reduce response times to customers in its choice markets (the Western Carolinas and South Carolina coastline). Our technicians are factory trained and certified. Our visitor management software support team can dial into customer locations to provide remote, real-time support. Our hardware and software support agreements are tailored to meet specific customer needs.
Motivated by providing our customers with the most advanced security integration solutions to meet their needs, we continue to be on the forefront of new technologies and best practices. Our solutions range in size and scope from simple, stand-alone alarm systems to fully integrated, networkable security platforms.
Dick Roether | Founder
Scott Roether | President
Kayla Roether | Business Assistant
John Smith | South Carolina Branch Manager
Coming Soon | North Carolina Branch Manager
No person, firm, association, corporation, or department or division of a firm, association or corporation, shall engage in or hold itself out as engaging in an alarm systems business without first being licensed in accordance with Statutory Authority Alarm Systems Licensing Act N.C.G.S. 74-D.
State law requires a person, firm or corporation to be licensed before engaging or offering to engage in the business of installing, maintaining, altering or repairing any electric work, wiring, devices, appliances or equipment. See NC General Statutes Chapter 87 - Article 4.