Fire Safety

5 Tips for Installing Emergency Exit Lights

Emergency lights are often overlooked until smoke from a fire makes it impossible to find the exits. Thankfully, emergency lights illuminate paths to safety to reduce risk of injury and death. Commercial buildings need emergency exit lights to comply with fire codes and standards. If you are installing emergency exit lights for the first time,...
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5 Security Systems to Protect Your Home or Business

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, about 3.7 million burglaries occurred each year between 2003 and 2007. At Fire Pros Inc., our fire protection contractors understand that you want to keep your family safe, which is why we offer home security options. Many of our security systems are also used for commercial buildings so...
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How Many Smoke Detectors Do I Need?

Do you know how many smoke detectors you need for your home or commercial building? The answer may surprise you. Our team is dedicated to keeping you safe with the best fire protection system. While a commercial building requires a fire alarm system to stay up-to-code, residential homes can be overlooked. While we don’t like...
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How Do CCTV Cameras Work?

CCTV stands for closed circuit television. Instead of being publicly broadcasted, signals from security cameras are sent to private monitors for surveillance. If you are considering installing CCTV systems for commercial buildings or home security, it helps to know how they work. Continue reading to learn how CCTV cameras prevent theft while keeping you safe....
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Why Backflow Preventers are Important

When you turn on the faucet, you expect water that is safe and clean to drink. However, potable water (also called drinking water) can be contaminated if it comes in contact with other sources. Keep reading to learn how backflow systems protect your drinking water from contamination. To learn more about how to protect potable...
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How Do Fire Sprinklers Work?

Have you ever seen a TV show or movie where all the fire sprinklers in a building went off at once? In real life, fire sprinklers are designed to quickly put out fires while minimizing water damage. Keep reading to learn how fire sprinklers work and why your commercial building should have their fire protection...
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Business and Commercial Fire Protection Services

5 Reasons to Install Business Security Systems

According to the National Retail Federation, shoplifting and employee theft contributed to $48.9 billion in losses for US retailers in 2016. To protect your business, we recommend installing a security system to prevent would-be thieves. Not only do surveillance cameras and security alarm systems give you peace of mind, but they also help you save...
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Emergency Lighting Services and Contractors

Why Emergency Lighting is Important

The last time you sat in a movie theater, you may have noticed exit signs illuminated in the darkness. Under OSHA regulations, a commercial building must have an emergency lighting system in order to be considered safe and code-compliant. Occupants of your commercial building must be able to find the exits in an emergency, which...
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Industrial Fire Protection Services

Holiday Fire Safety Tips for Apartment Buildings

More home cooking fires happen on Thanksgiving than on any other day of the year (followed by Christmas Day and Christmas Eve), according to the National Fire Protection Association. If you own an apartment complex, you’ll want to make sure that your building always meets fire safety code, especially during the holidays. In this blog...
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Fire Extinguisher Services and Contractors

Kidde Recalled over 37 Million Fire Extinguishers: Are You Affected?

On November 2, 2017, Kidde recalled about 37.8 million fire extinguishers with plastic handles and push-buttons. Fire extinguishers under the Kidde Professional or Badger brands are not affected by the recall. The Kidde fire extinguisher recall also doesn’t affect fire extinguishers with metal handles or valve assemblies. Keep reading to learn if your portable fire...
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