How To Limit False Fire Alarms

Posted: August 1st, 2019

False fire alarms are not only annoying, but they waste the time and resources for your local fire department. The good news is there are ways to help limit these false alarms. While some false alarms may still happen, they’ll occur much less frequently. Taking the time to do this can prevent costly fines and […]

5 Tips For Better Fire Extinguisher Placement

Posted: July 1st, 2019

Simply having fire extinguishers is a great first step to keeping everyone safer in the event of a fire. However, if they’re not easily accessible, they may not be useful at all. This is why fire extinguisher placement is so important. Knowing exactly where to place your fire extinguishers could mean the difference between stopping […]

Introducing Our New Look!

Posted: March 29th, 2018

All Protect Systems is proud to announce that we have completed our re-branding project! This re-branding reflects both the sale of our security division and the addition of in-house fire extinguishers to our service offerings. We now specialize in: complete fire alarm and fire warning systems servicing, fire extinguisher sales and service, and, emergency and […]

Backflow Testing

Posted: March 16th, 2018

In most buildings you will find two backflow prevention devices. The purpose of these devices is to protect potable water supplies from contamination or pollution due to flow back into the public supply lines. It is a mandatory requirement that these devices be tested on an annual basis and proper test reports completed. The domestic […]

Is Annual Maintenance Required?

Posted: February 25th, 2018

In Ontario, The Ontario Fire Code outlines the annual requirements for maintaining your fire alarm, emergency/exit lighting, fire extinguishers and other life safety systems. It is mandatory not optional to make sure the systems installed in your building are functioning as intended to protect life and property as needed.  There are also daily, weekly, monthly […]

Fire Extinguisher Servicing

Posted: January 29th, 2018

A proper annual inspection of a Fire Extinguisher consists of not only signing the inspection tag but also visually inspecting the exterior of the cylinder for damage, corrosion or wear. This is important as the extinguisher does contain a charge to allow it to propel the powder when activated. When doing an annual inspection the […]