Fire Alarm system

Buying a house for the first time can feel like a real accomplishment. And you will want to keep your house safe from the many problems that come with owning a house, like a fire. 
Keep your family and house safe with a proper fire alarm installation. The fire alarm systems that we provide can track any dangerous substances in the air, as well as ring an alarm if these substances start becoming too dangerous. We provide a whole host of fire alarms for you to choose from, as well as proper installation for each of these alarms.

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Fire Alarm Features

A fire alarm can save your home or commercial property from a very dangerous and costly fire. Our fire alarms are equipped with all sorts of sensors and detectors that can help prevent serious fires of toxic gas intake. Here are some of the features that our alarms come equipped with:

  • Manual Call points
  • Carbon Monoxide Detectors
  • Smoke Detectors
  • Heat Detectors
  • Multi-Sensor Detectors

Every type of fire alarm will come with these features, which will make it especially effective in triggering the alarms in the event of a proper fire. The smoke detector is the main component that tracks smoke from a fire. And if there is an excess of carbon monoxide in the air, the carbon monoxide detectors will ring the alarm. 
Of course, if the smoke detector does not pick up any smoke, but if there is a sudden increase in temperature heat sensor will ring the alarm. All in all, you can rest easy knowing that these sensors will keep alert you in the event of a fire or an increase in harmful gasses.

Wired Vs. Wireless: Pros and Cons

Fire alarms come in different types, and each one caters to a specific niche or need. The two most common types of fire alarms are wired and wireless alarms. Let’s look at the pros and cons of both these popular types:



  • They will work even when the power goes out. Since all of these sensors use batteries, they do not need to connect to a power grid.
  • They are easier to move around and modify. Unlike wires that need plenty of time just to get the wires out, you can remove the wireless sensors and then place them wherever you please.
  • They are quick to install and can go anywhere as long as it is in the range of the central module.


  • Over longer ranges, wireless alarms can run into problems transmitting information to the main control panel.
  • These alarms run on batteries, which means that they will need replacing frequently. And if you do not replace the batteries, the sensor will shut down without warning.



  • Batteries do not need replacing
  • Wired fire alarms are much more reliable than their wireless counterparts
  • Professional installation will keep sensors secured


  • Come with very limited range
  • Requirement of a professional to fix the alarm
  • Stable connection a power grid