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Staten Island, NY 10302


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* Kiddie

* First Alert

* Honeywell

* Nest

Most New York City buildings classified as occupancy group J-1, J-2, J-3, G, H-2, F-1, F-3, F-4 are, or will be, required to have CO and Smoke detectors.

National Fire Protection Assoc. FPA 72:

Requires smoke detectors to be, at a minimum, present in any sleeping area. (Nationally) LL 112 & 75 – Requires battery operated alarms to be replaced at least once every 5 years or once the manufacturer’s suggested lifespan has passed. (New York City)

Smoke inhalation is the leading cause of death during a fire.


Carbon Monoxide is odorless, tasteless and colorless. Without an alarm or detector, you will have no warning these leaks are the most common form of death by a poison.

Steven Nelson’s Law


Requires all New York State commercial dwellings and indoor places of public assembly to have at least one working Carbon Monoxide alarm. (Chapter 540 – New York City, Chapter 541 – New York State)

Victor Fire Protection sells and installs Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Alarms and will ensure that you are compliant with relevant state and local fire codes.


If your alarm is chirping or reaching the end of its 5-year life, it needs to be replaced. A malfunctioning or old alarm is just as bad as no alarm at all.