Carbon Monoxide & Smoke Detectors
Get Expert Commercial & Residential Carbon Monoxide & Smoke Detector Services
TFP Offers Carbon Monoxide & Smoke Detector Products & Services Nationwide
It’s nearly impossible to protect your property and personnel against hazardous gases without carbon monoxide and smoke detectors that are up-to-date, in compliance, and in working order. That’s why you need an experienced fire and life safety partner who can ensure that your detectors are compliant with your state and local fire codes and will alert your occupants in the event of a gas leak.
For over 20 years, Total Fire Protection has helped commercial and residential clients like you design and install carbon monoxide and smoke detectors to keep their loved ones and occupants safe.
TFP and our highly-trained technicians are NICET-certified to design and install your commercial or residential carbon monoxide and smoke detectors to ensure they meet all national and local fire codes, AHJ regulations, National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards, and are working properly in the event of an emergency.
Need to upgrade your carbon monoxide and smoke detectors?
Call (718) 710-4854 now to start the installation process.
The Carbon Monoxide & Smoke Detector Products & Services We Provide:
- Survey – If you require more than one unit, we will survey your property and find the detector(s) and installation method best suited to your facility’s needs.
- Tamper Resistance – We will ensure that your detector is tamper proof immediately upon activation.
- Joint Detectors – We also sell and install joint Smoke/CO detectors that will give you dual protection against fires and carbon monoxide leaks.
We offer equipment from today’s leading manufacturers, including:
- Siemens Fire
- FCI Gamewell
- Kiddie Fire
- Firelite by Honeywell
TFP offers carbon monoxide and smoke detector products and services nationwide! Call now and our quick response teams will get the job done, no matter how large.
If your detector is chirping or reaching the end of its 5-year life, it needs to be replaced. A malfunctioning or old detector is just as bad as no detector at all.