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South Ozone Park Fire alarm system

Fire Alarm Installation in South Ozone Park, NY

Whether you have an outdated fire alarm system or need to equip a new building with this essential safety feature, turn to High Quality Electric of NY. Our electricians are licensed, insured, and highly experienced. You can trust them to install a system that is up to code and capable of keeping your household, business, or tenants safe.

For fire alarm installation in South Ozone Park, call or (718) 480-1188 or get in touch with us online..

The Benefits of Professional Fire Alarm Installation

You can benefit in many ways by relying on a professional to fit your property with a new fire alarm system.

These include:

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According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), nearly 60% of all fire-related deaths occur in properties that do not have working fire alarm systems. With stakes this high, it is essential that your home, business, or rental property does not go without the protection it needs. Contact us for fire alarm installation in South Ozone Park.

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Over 20 Years of Experience

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Types of Fire Alarm Systems

Many fire alarm systems on the market can suit your safety needs. Before your installation project, our team would gladly discuss your options and help you choose technologies and brands that fit your budget, comply with local codes, and work for your residential or commercial building.

Below are common types of fire alarm systems:

1

Ionization

These use a tiny amount of radioactive material to detect smoke particles in the air. They are highly responsive to fast-flaming fires and are generally the most affordable option.

2

Photoelectric

Using a light beam to detect smoke particles, these are effective at detecting slow, smoldering fires. Photoelectric alarms are less prone to false alarms from cooking.

3

Dual sensors

These combine ionization and photoelectric technologies. As a result, they offer comprehensive fire detection and are suitable for detecting various fire types.

4

Heat

As their name implies, heat alarms detect temperature increases. They are ideal for kitchens, bathrooms, or garages, where steam, smoke, or fumes can trigger false alarms.
Beyond the alarm-system type, you might also consider investing in smart technologies. Smart smoke alarms connect to your home’s Wi-Fi network and can send alerts to your phone in the event of a fire. They may also integrate with other smart home systems and allow for remote monitoring and self-testing.

How to Know If Your Fire Alarm System Is Outdated

Most fire alarm systems will last between 10 and 15 years. If yours is beyond that period, it is smart to get an upgrade. Additionally, you may want to install a new system if yours has reliability issues, frequently sets off false alarms, or does not comply with local codes. Do you want help determining whether you ought to get a replacement? Schedule an electrical inspection with us. During our inspections, we can assess your fire alarm system and pinpoint other electrical issues that could pose fire hazards.

Get started by calling (718) 480-1188 or reaching out online. We serve residential and commercial property owners throughout Queens County.

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