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Security Lic: TX B01472     Fire Lic: TX ACR-1750952

Fire / Life Safety Alarms

Smoke Detector

Who will hear your smoke alarm when you're away? Smoke detectors are a logical extension to your security system. Whether they are installed with a new system or added to an existing one, the smoke detectors can be connected directly to the security control panel.

When smoke is sensed at any one of the protected locations in your home or business, the detector will send a message to your control panel, which will then cause all the evacuation horns to sound. The panel will then relay the emergency signal to the monitoring station where the message is received and a response made. The monitoring center may call to verify the alarm. The local fire department is then notified, so that help is on the way, whether you are home or away.

Heat 135 / 195 Detector

Heat detectors are most commonly used near fire places, kitchens, laundry rooms, near a water heater, in garages and in the attic to detect unusually high temperatures that could be a potential fire.

Carbon Monoxide CO2 Detector

Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless, tasteless and highly toxic gas that is produced when fuels such as wood, gasoline, charcoal and oil are burned with insufficient air. The majority of residential and commercial fatalities caused from these fuels come from heating systems, engine powered tools and charcoal grills. Carbon monoxide is harmful when inhaled because it displaces oxygen in the blood and deprives the heart, brain and other vital organs of oxygen. Large amounts of CO can overcome a person in minutes without warning-causing them to lose consciousness and suffocate.

ATLAS ALARMS, LLC is licensed and regulated by:

Texas Department of Public Safety, Licensing and Registration Service - Private Security Program
Complaints may be directed to: P.O. Box 4087, Austin, TX 78773-0001, 512-424-7293

Texas Department of Insurance, State Fire Marshal's Office
Complaints may be directed to: Mail Code 112-FM 333 Guadalupe, P.O. Box 149221, Austin, TX 78714-9221, 512-305-7900