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Reliable Fire Alarm System in Whitehorse and the Yukon

Fire is the ultimate threat to residential and business properties and the lives of your loved ones. Most fire accidents happen due to a lack of safety measures one should take to protect them. Installing a fire alarm system and keeping fire safety equipment is essential because you must protect your home and business.


Total Fire Protection Services Ltd. has provided complete fire protection with a whole range of fire detection, safety, and suppression services, including testing of fire alarms for residential and business properties.


Total Fire Protection Ltd is a ULC-listed company authorized to certify up to level 3 complexity fire alarm systems in Whitehorse and Yukon. ULC Certification recognizes installing, testing, and maintaining your monitoring system to the best standard to Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) and insurance companies. Learn more about us.

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Contact us for any of your fire safety concerns.


We can sell, verify, certify, and repair your equipment to ensure it will work when you need it.


Make sure your property is protected with a fully-functional fire extinguisher.


We offer all the important fire safety equipment you need, such as fire escape ladders, smoke and CO alarms.


When it comes to protecting your property from fire, no precaution is too much. Therefore we offer a comprehensive list of products and services meant to cover all kinds of possibilities. However, we don't follow a cookie-cutter approach when we design our fire protection solutions and fire alarm system in Whitehorse. Our fire protection products and services include:

  • Fire Alarm System Repairs

  • Fire Alarm System Installations

  • Emergency and Exit Light Testing

  • ULC Listed

  • ULC Certificates Provided

  • Fire Extinguisher Service

    • Annual Maintenance

    • 6 Year Maintenance

    • 12 Hydrostatic Test

  • Kitchen Suppression System Installations

  • Safety Signs

  • Inspections

  • Verifications

  • Smoke Detectors

  • Smoke Alarms

  • Carbon Monoxide Alarms

  • Fire Extinguishers

  • And More!

To find out more about us and our fire alarm systems in Whitehorse, read about us. Or, you can send us your query and we’ll get back to you.


The Fire Alarm System helps protect your property and loved ones from the danger of fire by detecting it, raising an alert for the occupants, initiating control measures and sending notification to the fire department.

  • Detection: Even a simple fire alarm system designed for small residential properties has heat and smoke detectors and a manual push button, all connected to the central control panel to activate the alarm system.

  • Sending alert signal: The alert sound signals for the occupants create urgency to exit the property without wasting a second to save lives. These alarms can have bright visual and loud sound alerts to make them impossible to ignore and help rush people to follow evacuation plans.

  • Controlling loss with suppression measures: Complex fire alarm systems are integrated with sprinkler and kitchen suppression systems to douse the fire from spreading and evacuating occupants. They can automatically shut doors in different zones and shut off ventilation and air conditioning systems.

  • Sending notifications to concerned departments: Modern fire alarm systems can be connected to control rooms and fire departments to send real-time fire emergency signals with precise locations, helping emergency services respond fast.


A fire alarm system is crucial to everyday living and needs your attention and supervision for its proper functioning. It comprises many safety devices installed in separate zones and connected via an initiating device circuit to a central control panel, also called the brain of the system. It performs supervisory functions over the initiating devices like smoke, CO, CO2, and heat detectors.

The control panel of the fire alarm system can display its being in alert mode, trouble or supervisory mode because it monitors the functionality of its wiring and zone cards.


The alert mode is sounding a fire alarm to alert its occupants of danger due to fire and smoke, while trouble mode indicates the problem to the fire alarm system. That necessitates immediate inspection and repair of the system. The supervisory mode points to malfunctioning suppression systems or a more severe fire system problem.

Regular inspection of detectors and suppression systems can find any breakdown or wear and the need for replacement. By law, annual inspections are mandatory to comply with local fire guidelines.


Testing detectors and suppression systems regularly ensure that they are fully functional and ready to respond during any emergency. Testing fire alarms also includes checking auxiliary functions like battery and power supply, sound and visual response in simulation mode.

Maintenance of all the malfunctioning components discovered during the inspection and testing phase is what calls for the technical support of fire safety experts. Total Fire Protection Ltd provides comprehensive technical support for inspection, testing and maintenance services for all fire alarm systems in Whitehorse and Yukon. Contact us for regular and after-hours emergency fire protection services.


We can sell, install, inspect, and repair building sprinkler suppression systems.


We can sell, install, inspect, and repair your commercial kitchen suppression systems.


We have Red Seal electricians on staff for your electrical repairs.


Installing smoke alarms in key areas on your property and keeping them in working condition is the bare minimum for protection against fires. These devices give you the necessary escape time during the event of a fire and save lives. Some key steps to keep in mind while installing smoke alarms are:

  • Buy smoke alarms from reputable manufacturers that adhere to the right laboratory testing requirements.

  • Make sure all the residents of your property know the sound of the smoke alarm well.

  • The smoke alarm should be installed on all levels of your home, including the basement. They should be put in every room and outside the sleeping areas. On floors with no bedrooms, install them in the living area.

  • Smoke alarms should be tested at least once a month according to the manufacturer's instructions. Make sure to keep your smoke alarms running by replacing batteries and cleaning them carefully.

  • Interconnected smoke alarms are known to perform better during the event of a fire.

At Total Fire Protection Ltd, we know fire alarm systems inside and out. Call us if you want a reliable fire protection company to install your smoke alarms with adherence to all the requirements in Whitehorse and the Yukon.


Underwriters Laboratory of Canada (ULC)
National Fire Protection Association


When it comes to protecting your home, you want only the best. Total Fire Protection Ltd offers reliable and quality fire protection services. When you choose us, you enjoy a host of benefits including:

  • Adherence to the highest possible standards

  • Expertise with over 30 years of experience

  • Licensed and trained workmen

  • Fully insured services

  • Free estimates

  • Emergency assistance

Contact us to book your certification, verification, training, service, or installation for your fire alarm system equipment today in Whitehorse today.

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