Protect Your Home from Fire
Whether your home is in a gated community or a secluded estate, a Smoke & CO Detection System is a foundational tool in protecting your family, your home and your valuable belongings. In the event of a fire, early detection is the key to safety. The Royal Group offers the latest in smart fire alarm system technologies designed to provide quick response and immediate notification should the unthinkable occur.
Meet Your Insurance Requirements
Is your insurance company requiring that you have monitored Smoke & CO Detectors? If so, we can absolutely help you! We provided Wireless Smoke & CO Detectors that are monitored 24/7/365. After installation, we provide you with a PDF Installation Certificate that you can send to you Home Insurance Agent.
Update or Upgrade Your Home for Resale.
When you’re selling your home, you need to ensure your Smoke and CO Detectors / Alarms are installed in the right locations and working properly. Need to make sure your home meets Fire Code? Give us a call!
We can take care of anything you need and provide you with a certificate for proof.
Smoke Detector Installation Requirements for VT
CO Detector Installation Requirements for VT
Integrated Smoke Detection System
Most all residential Smoke Detectors today are wireless. The battery life on these detectors is about (3) years and they should be replaced about every (10) years.
Wireless Smoke Detectors are not WiFi. By wireless, they send and receive radio frequency signals from the main control panel and that is how the connect and communicate to your main system.
General Information from VT Division of Fire Safety
How do smoke detectors actually work?
Carbon Monoxide is Odorless and Deadly
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless gas that often goes undetected, striking victims caught off guard or in their sleep.
More than 400 people in the U.S. die from unintentional carbon monoxide poisoning every year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. More than 20,000 visit the emergency room, and more than 4,000 others are hospitalized.
This “invisible killer” is produced by burning fuel in cars or trucks, small engines, stoves, lanterns, grills, fireplaces, gas ranges, portable generators or furnaces.
Carbon Monoxide (CO) detectors can be hardwired or wireless. They have a life expectancy of (10) years at which point they need to be replaced.