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  • 135 Degree Heat Detector

    Mechanical heat detector shall be a System Sensor 5600 series model number BK-5601P, listed to Underwriters Laboratories UL 521 for Heat Detectors for Fire Protective Signalin Learn More
    $14.00

  • 194 Degree Heat Detector

    Mechanical heat detector shall be a System Sensor 5600 series model number BK-5602, listed to Underwriters Laboratories UL 521 for Heat Detectors for Fire Protective Signaling Learn More
    $14.00

  • 2GIG Wireless CO Detector

    The 2GIG Wireless CO Detector features included lithium battery; Built-in 85 decible sounder; Tamper protected case; Full monitoring of alarm, low battery, and tamper conditions; End-of-life detector; ETL listed. Learn More
    $79.50

  • 2GIG-SMKT3-345 - Wireless Smoke, Heat & Freeze Detector

    The 2GIG Wireless Smoke, Heat & Freeze Detector features smoke, heat, and freeze detection; Ability to separate the three detection features; Self-contained sounder; Supervised transmitter and status LED; Easy installation and programming. Learn More
    $63.75

  • 60-460-319.5-LB - Wireless Heat Detector rate-of-rise and fixed temperature 135F sensor

    ITI Rate-of-Rise and Fixed Temperature 135F Heat Detector offer an effective fire safety solution for environments with high likelihood of rapid fire development, or where optical smoke detectors cannot be used due to high dust conditions. These detectors are designed to monitor the room temperature and activate the alarm if the temperature gets too high or increases rapidly.

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  • Ademco Wireless Heat Detector

    ADEMCOs 5809 wireless fixed heat and rate-of-rise temperature sensor offers expanded fire detection and installation flexibility. It is ideal for hard to wire locations and Learn More
    $60.95

  • DSC PowerG Wireless Carbon Monoxide Detector

    The PG9913 Wireless PowerG Carbon Monoxide Detector is designed to provide reliable front-line protection against the silent threat of carbon monoxide poisoning. Learn More
    $82.00

  • DSC Wireless Photoelectric Smoke Detector Without Heat

    Automatic drift compensation, Built-in 85 dB horn, Local test button, Low profile design, High/Low sensitivity reporting, Low battery indication, Easy-maintenance removable smoke chamber, Non-contact sensitivity reading with handheld test meter (FSD-100), Long-life lithium batteries included, UL/ULC listed for residential applications. Learn More

    Regular Price: $75.00

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  • DSC Wireless PowerG Smoke & Heat Detector

    The PG9916 reliably provides early warning of fire by sounding an alarm when smoke is detected and by transmitting a coded alarm signal to the alarm system. Learn More
    $79.10

  • DSC Wireless Smoke Detector

    DSC is proud to introduce the new standard for life safety security, the WS4916 wireless smoke detector with built-in heat detector. This low-profile detector incorporates Learn More

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Fire Protection

According to the National Fire Prevention Association, a home fire is reported in America every 83 seconds. A fire can be a devastating experience for you and your family. Implementing a DIY fire prevention program to keep your home and family safe is now easier than ever with a few easy steps and the many high-quality products available to consumers. Whether you’re a regular handyman or a newbie DIY-er, some simple tools and know-how are all you need to get started.

Smoke Detectors

Smoke detectors play a vital role in protecting against fire-related death and injury. Most people are probably already familiar with how smoke detectors work, but proper installation is important in order for them to work correctly. Installing smoke detectors is the first step in a good DIY fire prevention plan. But a smoke detector that doesn’t work won’t be of any use during an actual fire. Be sure to test your smoke detectors once a month and replace batteries once a year. Do you hear that chirping sound? That means the batteries are low and need to be replaced. Consider investing in long-life smoke detectors with batteries that can last for more than 10 years.

Fire Extinguishers

A fire extinguisher can be handy for containing small fires or controlling a fire until help arrives. A multi-purpose extinguisher is ideal for home use, and is available at your local home improvement or discount store. The National Fire Protection Association suggests choosing an extinguisher that carries the label of an independent testing laboratory. Place the extinguisher near an exit in an easily-accessible place, like a closet or cabinet. Read the manufacturer’s instructions and make sure that everyone in your family can locate and properly use the extinguisher.

Escape Planning

Your DIY fire prevention program should include an escape plan with at least two different exits from each room and a meeting point outside the home. Remove any obstructions from doors and windows. Take special consideration for anyone in your home who may have limited mobility or a disability, like children and elderly people. Practice your escape plan with your kids twice a year.

Education

Remember those “Stop, Drop, and Roll” drills? Teaching your children at an early age about the dangers of playing with fire and emergency procedures for escaping a fire can help keep them safe. Likewise, try to educate yourself about fire prevention and any new fire prevention products and procedures. Fire is an important part of our daily lives, from cooking our food to heating our homes. With the right tips, tools, and caution, a DIY fire prevention plan can keep your family and home safe from fires.

Fire Protection

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