All types of fire protection systems such as wet, dry, pre-action, deluge, antifreeze and fire pumps.
All types of fire suppression systems such as foam, low and high pressure CO2 and other types of clean agents.
Fire alarm systems, detection, mass notification, CCTV, security, card access systems and monitoring.
Wet & Dry Systems, Special Hazards, Fire Pumps, Fire Hydrants, Back Flow Devices, Fire Alarm Systems
ARTHUR FIRE PROTECTION INC.
Arthur Fire Protection Inc. has been serving clients in the GTA since 2001 and specializes in all aspects of fire protection, fire suppression and emergency lighting system services. We are committed to providing our clients with the best in class customer service, technical expertise and product quality. Our inspection and installation services demonstrate our commitment to excellence and reinforce our value of providing outstanding customer service and satisfaction.
Technicians belonging to Arthur Fire Protection Inc. maintain membership with the CFAA (Canadian Fire Alarm Association). They are licensed and have many years of experience resulting in workmanship that exceeds industry standards and customer expectations.
FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS
Fire detection and alarm systems are designed to detect and warn of fires early in their development giving time for the safe evacuation of occupants. Arthur Fire Protection Inc. offers a variety of system options designed, quoted, installed, tested, certified and maintained by our outstanding staff including:
- Fully addressable fire alarm systems
- Visual smoke detection systems
- Network systems for large applications
We act as a one stop shop and not only design and install the fire alarm systems that fit your need but also provide maintenance, monitoring, and repair services through the lifetime of the system.
FIRE & SAFETY
SAFETY TIPS ON HOW TO AVOID CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING
INSTALL at least one carbon monoxide detector in your home.
ENSURE a wood or coal-burning stove is properly installed and vented.
DON'T operate a gasoline-powered engine, kerosene stove or charcoal grill in a closed space.
BARBECUE grills should never be operated indoors.
CHECK clothes dryer vents that open outside the house for lint.
CHECK forced air fans for proper ventilation.
If you suspect carbon monoxide in your home, get out immediately and call the fire department.