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Modern Solutions for a Simplified Life

Residential Fire Alarm System

Our team of experienced technicians can install, replace or upgrade your current fire detection system. Our licensed experts take the upmost care during planning and installation. In addition to our high-end equipment, we provide you with around-the-clock, 24/7 monitoring, ensuring your system keeps your home and loved ones safe.

Modern Solutions for a Simplified Life

Residential Fire Alarm System

Our team of experienced technicians can install, replace or upgrade your current fire detection system. Our licensed experts take the upmost care during planning and installation. In addition to our high-end equipment, we provide you with around-the-clock, 24/7 monitoring, ensuring your system keeps your home and loved ones safe.

How Smoke Alarms Work

Ionization smoke alarms operate by creating a current between two electrically charged plates. When smoke enters the chamber, it disrupts this current, triggering the alarm. Photoelectric smoke alarms operate by using a steady light source and a light sensor. When smoke enters the chamber, the light is reflected, triggering the alarm.

Fire Alarm Response 

If a sensor in your home is triggered we’ll respond immediately.

    24/7 Fire Alarm & Smoke Monitoring

    Our nationwide monitoring centers provide you with fast response around the clock.

    • TMA Five Diamond Certified – The Monitoring Association (TMA) is pleased to present monitoring centers that are committed to the highest training standards in the central station monitoring industry.
    • U.L. Listed – Underwriter Laboratories (UL) builds trust in the safety, security and sustainability of products, organizations, and supply chains – enabling smarter choices and better lives.
    • NFPA Compliant – The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is a non-profit, governing body that works to fight fire-related deaths and destruction.

    CO Detection

    Protect your loved ones from household emergencies with a combination carbon monoxide & smoke detector.

      Residential Fire 1

      FIRE ALARM RESPONSE

      If a sensor in your home is triggered we’ll respond immediately.

      Residential Fire 2

      24/7 Fire Alarm & Smoke Monitoring

      Our nationwide monitoring centers provide you with fast response around the clock.

      • TMA Five Diamond Certified – The Monitoring Association (TMA) is pleased to present monitoring centers that are committed to the highest training standards in the central station monitoring industry.
      • U.L. Listed – Underwriter Laboratories (UL) builds trust in the safety, security and sustainability of products, organizations, and supply chains – enabling smarter choices and better lives.
      • NFPA Compliant – The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is a non-profit, governing body that works to fight fire-related deaths and destruction.
      Residential Fire 3

      CO Detection

      Protect your loved ones from household emergencies with a combination carbon monoxide & smoke detector.

        ASI partners with AvantGuard Monitoring Center to provide the best in professional security and monitoring. Learn more about AG Monitoring’s credentials

        Know the Difference: Ionization Smoke Alarms vs. Photoelectric Smoke Alarms

        Over the last 60 years, fire-related deaths have significantly declined. As the use of smoke alarms increased over the later part of the 20th century, the number of fire deaths went down by nearly half. The popularization of the ionization smoke alarm – the most common smoke alarm you’ll find today – can be directly attributed to saving many lives. After all, having an operating smoke alarm is better than none. More recently, however, studies have shown that ionization smoke alarms may not be effective enough in the event of a fire, especially one that produces more smoke than flame. In comparison to a photoelectric smoke alarm, ionization smoke alarms are shown to operate typically after dangerous conditions have already developed from a smoldering fire. Smokey and smoldering fires are more common, especially during times when people are asleep and in most need of a smoke alarm to alert them. We can help our customers make the best decisions on what kind of smoke alarm is right for your home. With over 30 years of experience with fire systems and smoke alarms, we’ll guide you step-by-step to the best alarm system for your home and budget.

        Carbon Monoxide Detection

        Carbon monoxide (CO) is an invisible, odorless gas that – if present in your home – could lead to carbon monoxide poisoning or death. CO is produced from various fuel sources that may be present in or around your home, such as natural gas, gasoline, oil and propane, coal and wood products. Appliances that serve as a source for CO include water heaters, dryers, ovens, furnaces, wood-burning stoves, charcoal grills and vehicles.

        • Every year, at least 430 people die in the U.S. from accidental CO poisoning.
        • Approximately 50,000 people in the U.S. visit the emergency department each year due to accidental CO poisoning.
        • The most common symptoms of CO poisoning are often flu-like, including headache, dizziness, weakness, nausea, vomiting, chest pain, and confusion.

        The good news is CO poisoning is easily avoidable and detectable with the right system. Detectors that double as a smoke alarm and CO alarm work together to keep your family safe. ASI frequently uses these sensors with our customers because of how important it is to have both for complete home safety.

        Keeping Every Family Member Safe – Even the Fuzzy Ones

        Smoke alarms are an effective tool to keep humans safe. When we hear one go off, we know it’s time to evacuate the building and get to safety. Unfortunately, our pets don’t. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, approximately 500,000 pets perish in house fires annually.  Often times, this happens when homeowners are away from the house, unable to come to their pets’ rescue. 

        The most effective way to keep Fido and Felix safe is by using a monitored fire alarm system. Not only is the fire department notified immediately in the event of a fire, but they can be notified of any occupants inside. 

        All Systems Integrated provides 24/7 professional fire monitoring for all our fire system customers. Our monitoring center has a Five Diamond certification from The Monitoring Association and is committed to the highest training standards in the central station monitoring industry.

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        CONTACT US

        Experience why we have been Puget Sound's premier custom electronics integrator since 2004.

        Get started with a FREE QUOTE today!

        253.770.5570

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