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"California Licensed and Bonded General Contractor"

California License Number 862438

California SB1394 and SB745 are just some of the new laws...

As of January 1, 2012, And by order of the State Fire Marshall new regulations have taken effect making Landlords responsible for "Testing and Maintaining" Smoke Alarms and CO Detectors.  Many new laws place a greater burden on Landlords and Property Managers to not only properly install the correct typs of detectors but to regulary "Test and Maintain" all Smoke and Carbon Monoxide detection equiptment.

"Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detector Maintenance Specialist"

"We make Life Safer, So you can Sleep Easier"

Let us take care of your Smoke detector and Carbon Monoxide detector installation and service needs and leave the worrying to us.  Our prompt and  courteous Service Personal will insure your Home, Business or Rental Property meets all new Federal and California State Building Requirements.

We Service the Greater Los Angeles, Long Beach

and Orange County Areas

Our Service Commitment...

We ensure our employees are up to date on current California building requirements for all your Smoke detector and Carbon Monoxide detector needs.  We use only California State Fire Marshall approved devices and you can rest comfortably knowing Detectors in your Home, Business and Rental Properties have been installed and inspected by a Service Professional and all devices are currently working and meet all State Laws.

We will Test and Maintain your Smoke Alarms and Carbon Monoxide detectors to meet all Federal and State Requirements

July 1, 2014 Landlords and Homeowners In addition to regular periodic Testing and Maintenance will be required to upgrade their Smoke Alarm and Carbon Monoxide detector equipment.  The classic "removable battery operated devices will no longer be allowed".  We install only State and Federally approved detectors and our Services Technicians will make sure your property is ready for the new laws.

Are You Breaking the Law?