The first step to protecting lives and property from the consequences of fires is setting up a high-quality fire alarm system. After installing it, it’s important that you keep the system well-maintained to make sure it’s always working at its best.
A fire alarm is a unit made of several devices, which uses visual and audio signalization to warn people about a possible fire, smoke, or carbon monoxide occurrence in the area of coverage. Fire alarms are usually set in fire alarm systems to provide zonal coverage for residences and commercial buildings. The warning signal is either a loud siren/bell or a flashing light, or it can include both. Some fire alarm systems use additional warnings, such as sending a voice message or making a phone call.