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Wireless Fire Alarm Systems in the Southeast

Wireless Fire Alarm Systems in the Southeast

Wireless Fire Alarm Systems in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia & Virginia

The objective of any fire alarm system is to notify building occupants immediately in the event of a fire. This split-second response can mean the difference between safety and injury, so ensuring that your alarm systems are as efficient and effective as possible should be a top priority. At Unifour Fire & Safety, we take this need seriously, and we are proud to offer wireless fire alarms and wireless smoke detection systems for our commercial clients.

Invest in the safety of your commercial property through wireless fire alarm installation. Contact us online or call us at 866-511-5540 to discuss your professional fire protection needs today! 

What are Wireless Fire Alarms?

A traditional hard-wired alarm system requires direct, physical connection to its wire network in order to operate correctly. This necessitates trenching, drilling, and a substantial amount of effort in order to pull off. A wireless alarm system, however, operates via radio waves. Each alarm is interconnected with your entire fire protection system, and connection can be made all throughout your entire facility—this includes between buildings—without any hard wiring at all.

The Benefits of Wireless Fire Alarms and Wireless Smoke Detection Systems in NC, SC, GA & VA

Wireless fire alarm systems circumvent many of the complications that older fire alarm systems create. They also offer a substantial number of additional benefits, including:

  • Much simpler maintenance and repair – Without a large network of wiring and components to contend with, only the alarm systems themselves need servicing.
  • Faster alarm response times – Radio wave communication is nearly instantaneous, ensuring an immediate response if a fire or the presence of smoke is detected.
  • Easy, more cost-efficient installation – Save on the cost of trenching, drilling, and the large amount of hardware needed for other fire alarm types.
  • Smart device connectivity – Top-end wireless fire alarms incorporate smartphone, PC, and mobile device compatibility.

Wireless Smoke Alarm and Wireless Smoke Detector Services in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia & Virginia

With over three decades of experience and a commanding understanding of modern fire protection systems, Unifour Fire & Safety is your leading provider of complete fire alarm services. Our teams are highly adept at assessing the unique needs of your business and providing optimal wireless alarm placement and installation. Also, our expertise and training enables us to provide a full array of support services, including wireless fire alarm repair, wireless fire alarm inspection and testing, and more.

Learn more about how wireless smoke alarms and detectors can provide you with the protection and peace of mind you need. Call us at 866-511-5540 or contact us online today! 

Contact Unifour Fire & Safety for Wireless Fire Alarm Service in NC, SC, GA & VA

Regardless of the type of industry you work in or the scope of your needs, Unifour Fire & Safety can provide optimal solutions at competitive prices. Our top priority is to ensure that our clients remain fire safe and code-compliant, and we will stop at nothing to ensure you receive the superior products and customer service you need.

Find out more about how wireless fire alarm systems and wireless smoke detectors can benefit your business by giving us a call at 866-511-5540  or scheduling your installation services online


Wireless fire alarms use radio waves, not wiring, to operate. You can connect throughout your fire alarm system, even between buildings, using wireless fire alarms. Here are some frequently asked questions Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia property owners ask us about wireless.

Q: Do I need an interconnected system if I have fire alarms in every room?

A: The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) says the majority of deaths occur in rooms separate from where the fire started – meaning those individuals could have gotten out sooner if they’d had better warning. Interconnected wireless alarms let you know about a fire sooner, so you can evacuate before smoke or flame registers with an in-room alarm.

And while residential fires claim the most lives, industrial fires incur millions of dollars in property damage each year.  On average, industry-related fires each year from 2014 to 2018 were:

  • 27,418 – Outside/special
  • 22,401 – Storage
  • 18,972 – Mercantile/business
  • 15,984 – Assembly
  • 6,946 – Unclassified
  • 6,719 – Healthcare/detention
  • 5,270 – Manufacturing
  • 4,763 – Educational
  • 2,925 – Industrial/agricultural

Q: Do I still need fire alarm inspections with a wireless system?

A: Yes. Wireless fire alarms are an important step in protecting lives and property, but regular fire alarm inspections and testing remain critical. The main reason is to save lives, but here are other important reasons you need fire alarm inspections:

  • Insurance carriers may reject damage claims without proof of annual fire alarm inspections.
  • Liability for potential injuries or loss of life may exist without proof of “diligence” in keeping your fire alarm system functional.
  • The alarm’s information delivery process tells first responders where the fire is located. It needs to be tested regularly.
  • You could be fined for failing to comply with fire safety codes.

Q: If I lose internet, do I lose my wireless fire alarms?

A: Some wireless alarms use VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) or internet, but we use radio waves, the most reliable for connectivity. Radio frequencies remain intact when the internet – or electricity – goes down.

Q: Why are wireless fire alarms better?

A: The most important reason is speed. Wireless fire alarms notify occupants almost immediately and usually much more quickly than traditional fire alarms.

Wireless is also preferred because traditional fire alarm systems require physical connections. The installation is more invasive (drilling, trenching, etc.), with traditional systems, and there are more things that can go wrong “behind the scenes.” Wireless alarms have none of these issues.