Residential Sales & Services

Fire Ladder


Someone in the U.S. dies in a home fire every three hours, according to the National Fire Protection Association, which recommends one ladder in every occupied room on floors above the main level. Available in 13-foot and 25-foot models, Escape Ladders offer a quick and easy escape from two- or three-story homes. These life-saving ladders store compactly, deploy quickly, and keep you prepared for the possibility of fire and other emergencies. Escape Ladders attach quickly to most windows, and they are tangle free, stretching out to form a flame resistant, durable, and sturdy ladder that can support up to 1,000 pounds.

First Aid Kit


The Red Cross reminds us that “a well-stocked first aid kit is a handy thing to have. To be prepared for emergencies, keep a first aid kit in your home and in your car. Carry a first aid kit with you or know where you can find one. Find out the location of first aid kits where you work. First aid kits come in many shapes and sizes.”
We provide all kinds of first aid kits, ranging from small in car units, residentially sized and prepared kits, and larger kits for trips and large group events.

Smoke Alarms


The National Fire Protection Association says that “smoke alarms should be installed in every sleeping room, outside each separate sleeping area, and on every level of the home, including the basement. Larger homes may require additional smoke alarms to provide a minimum level of protection.”
Smoke Alarms are a vital life safety device for every home. A working Smoke Alarm can alert you to the fire dangers present, long before you may be able to detect the fire through your senses. This additional warning may give you the added time needed to more quickly and safely evacuate or possibly even extinguish the fire hazard.

We also provide heat detectors, for use where smoke detectors are inappropriate.

Carbon Monoxide Detector


The National Fire Protection Association warns that carbon monoxide is “often called the silent killer, [and] is an invisible, odorless, colorless gas created when fuels (such as gasoline, wood, coal, natural gas, propane, oil, and methane) burn incompletely. In the home, heating and cooking equipment that burn fuel can be sources of carbon monoxide.”

Additionally, carbon monoxide “alarms should be installed in a central location outside each sleeping area and on every level of the home and in other locations where required by applicable laws, codes or standards. For the best protection, interconnect all CO alarms throughout the home. When one sounds, they all sound.”

Fire Blanket


While fire blankets are more commonly recommended in Europe and Australia than in the USA, in the hands of someone familiar with safe handling and effective use a fire blanket can be another means to contain and smother a fire. Designed with fire retardant properties and treated for greater fire retardancy, these blankets can be used as another means of residential fire protection. We offer two different styles of blankets – one time use Fiberglass Blankets and Wool Blankets.

Alarms and Monitoring


We are fully licensed and insured to provide perform residential fire alarm/burglar alarm instillation and monitoring. We provide a NICET trained team of installers with many years of field level service to give answers to your hardest problems.