Our Services

GOLDEX Performs the following primary functions:

Fire Extinguishers

Our staff members install and maintain the majority of portable fire extinguishers. We work to ensure an adequate number of extinguishers are installed and available for use, perform annual inspections, and ensure that damaged units are repaired or replaced. Our personnel also conduct training classes and actual fire demonstration in the proper handling and use of portable fire extinguishers.

Fixed Systems

Fixed fire protection systems include special systems installed to protect commercial cooking equipment, sensitive electrical equipment, and hazardous materials storage. We monitor the installation of new systems to ensure code compliance, and monitor existing fixed systems to ensure they are inspected and tested in accordance with National Fire Protection Association standards.

  • Fire Detection & Alarm System - FDAS
  • Kitchenhood Supperssion System - KSS
  • Fire Sprinkler System - FSSS

Smoke Alarms

There are thousands of home fires in the U.S. every year, which result in roughly 3,000 deaths annually. Almost half of these deaths resulted from fires that were reported between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., the time period in which most people sleep. For this reason, providing smoke alarms in bedrooms may be the single most important step toward preventing fire-related casualties in residential buildings.

    Smoke Alarm Basics

  • Install at least one smoke alarm in every bedroom.
  • Install additional smoke alarms in hallways and common areas in the vicinity of bedrooms.
  • Install at least one smoke alarm on every level of your home.
  • Make sure the smoke alarms within your home are interconnected so the activation of one alarm will activate all alarms within the home.
  • Try to use smoke alarms powered by the building electrical system, which have a battery for backup power … However, if this type of smoke alarm is not available, battery-powered units are certainly better than not having smoke alarms.

    Smoke Alarm Installation

  • Install smoke alarms on ceilings wheNever possible.
  • Locate any smoke alarms installed on walls at least four inches below the ceiling.
  • Locate any smoke alarms installed on walls no more than 12 inches below the ceiling.
  • Do not install smoke alarms in the corners of rooms.
  • Do not install smoke alarms next to air-conditioning vents, heating vents, or ceiling fans, to ensure proper functioning of the unit.
  • Do not install smoke alarms in kitchens or bathrooms, to prevent false alarms.

    Smoke Alarm Maintenance

  • Test smoke alarms at least once a month, by pressing the button on the alarm that allows you to test the unit.
  • Replace smoke alarm batteries every six months
  • Replace smoke alarms every 10 years.

Installation of CCTV

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