Fire Alarms (Smoke, CO2, Natural Gas Propane)
Today's intelligent fire alarm control panels can be engineered to fit the unique fire protection needs of your facility, including available 24-hour monitoring service to provide protection around the clock.
Fire and smoke alarms are not only an important part of keeping you safe, they're also legally required in each and every residence and office building. Make sure yours is working like it should by scheduling an inspection with us. Proudly serving Atlantic Canada as a ULC listed company, we can protect your home or business against fire, carbon monoxide and furnace failure.
Statistics show that more than half of all fatal home fires occur at night when people are sleeping. Fire and smoke detectors alert you to deadly smoke and fire, allowing you to escape in time. Quality Sound Alarm provides fire alarm systems for small and medium size facilities with both analog and addressable systems available. Our fire alarm systems are a total life safety solution that merges flexibility, high system capacity, and robust features with a cost-effective, installer-driven design. Ideal for small buildings, our life safety systems are perfectly suited for new and retrofit applications in schools, apartment buildings, hospitals, office buildings and retail facilities.
Get protection against carbon monoxide – an odourless, silent killer. There is no way to know if carbon monoxide is in the air without the use of some form of detector. A byproduct of burning fossil fuels, carbon monoxide can build up from things around the house such as a generator, a poorly maintained heating system, a barbecue or a car left running in the garage. Every year, more than 400 people die from this odorless, colorless gas, and even a non-lethal dose — which hospitalizes 4,000 people each year — can leave you feeling seriously ill, causing symptoms like dizziness, nausea, vomiting and chest pains.
Natural gas a common source of heat and is also used to power water heaters, clothes dryers and ovens. In the wild, natural gas is odorless, but the stuff that gets pumped into our homes has an odorant added to it, giving it its distinctive rotten egg smell. So in the case of a potential gas leak, your single best detector is your own nose. You can supplement your power of smell with a natural gas alarm, many of which will also test for propane and carbon monoxide. Gas leaks are rare, but they can set off catastrophic explosions, so if your alarm does go off and you smell gas, it is best to leave the home and call the fire department immediately.
Propane is heavier than air, so a leak could potentially fill up a room, creating both a risk of asphyxiation or explosion. People that rely on a propane generator or an indoor propane fireplace should also invest in one of these alarms.