Our monitored life safety systems protect your property and family by quickly indicating the presence of fire or smoke and bringing a fire and rescue crew to the scene in minutes.
- Provide the best early warning fire and smoke detection.
- Once smoke is detected, a signal is immediately sent to our monitoring station, which then notifies you and the closest emergency agencies.
- A loud evacuation siren will awaken everyone in the home and alert your close neighbors.
- You’re protected while at home or away.
- Your children are protected when they are home alone.
The Aspen Fire Marshall requires that your system be tested annually by a certified professional.
According to the National Fire Protection Association, smoke alarms should be tested at least once a month and should be replaced when they are ten years old.
The NFPA also states that smoke alarms should be installed inside every bedroom, outside each sleeping area and on every level. Smoke alarms should be connected so when one sounds, they all sound. Most homes do not have this level of protection.
Knowing what to expect and preparing for a fire before it happens can save your life.
So plan ahead.
Develop a fire safety plan with your family that includes a review of fire hazards, an escape plan, installing smoke detectors and fire extinguishers, and teaching your children about fire safety.
According to the National Fire Protection Association:
Your household has a one in four chance of having a home fire large enough to be reported to a fire department during an average lifetime. Roughly 3 out of 5 fire deaths happen in homes with no smoke alarms or the alarms are not working.