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Fire Alarm Systems Sioux City IA

Local resource for fire alarm systems in Sioux City. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to smoke detectors, smoke alarms, fire detectors, fire departments and security systems, as well as advice and content on home security and fire detection.

ADT® Home Security
(888) 542-4123
3229 N US Highway 75 Ste 2
Sioux City, IA
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Phone Hours
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Traum Security Systems
(712) 255-1675
Po Box 876
Sioux City, IA
 
Sioux City Night Patrol
(712) 252-3003
706 8th St
Sioux City, IA
 
Sigler Fire Equipment Co
(712) 255-5929
121 S Rustin St
Sioux City, IA
 
First Class Security
(712) 943-1041
206 1st St
Sergeant Bluff, IA
 
Securitas Security Svc USA Inc
(712) 279-8748
600 4th St # 301
Sioux City, IA
 
Bekins Fire & Safety Svc
(712) 258-1080
3400 Highway 75 N
Sioux City, IA
 
Per Mar Security Svc
(712) 277-1521
401 Douglas St
Sioux City, IA
 
Dsi Security Svc
(402) 987-2533
1414 Broadway St
Dakota City, NE
 
Guardsmark Inc Llc
(605) 232-5193
1317 River Dr
North Sioux City, SD
 

Home Fire Alarms

Fire alarms save lives! Approximately half of the lives consumed by house fires annually occur in homes without fire alarms. Fire alarms, also referred to as smoke detectors, are generally available in two different types & ionization fire alarms for fast burning flames and photoelectric fire alarms for smoldering fires. For the best fire protection, fire professionals suggest installing both ionization fire alarms and photoelectric fire alarms in your home.

Fire Alarms & Fire Prevention

  • Never disconnect batteries from a fire alarm & you may forget to reconnect them.
  • Never borrow the batteries from a fire alarm & you may forget to replace them.
  • Test fire alarms regularly and change batteries every 6 to 12 months.
  • Fire alarms expire every 10 years & replace outdated ones.
  • Install fire alarms and fire extinguishers on each floor of your home.
  • Don't plug too many appliances into one electrical outlet.
  • Never trust damaged/frayed electrical cords.
  • Don't smoke in bed or leave a cigarette or candle unattended.
  • Keep matches and lighters away from children.
  • Teach kids about fire danger.
  • Ensure stoves and fireplaces are turned off before leaving home or going to bed.
  • Keep combustibles away from heaters, stoves and fireplaces.

Fire extinguishers can contain small fires and stop them from spreading. Fire extinguishers are classified according to the type of fire for they extinguish:

Class A - extinguish common combustible fires - wood, paper, cloth, r...

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