Residents of the Highland-Pierron Fire Protection District can now contact the fire department to not only purchase a wide variety of smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, and fire extinguishers at wholesale prices, but a member of the fire department will also come out to install the products, offer advice on placement and quantity, and perform a walk-through of the home to identify other areas of increased risk if the homeowner desires.
Residents of the Highland-Pierron Fire Protection District can now contact the fire department to not only purchase a wide variety of smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, and fire extinguishers at wholesale prices, but a member of the fire department will also come out to install the products, offer advice on placement and quantity, and perform a walk-through of the home to identify other areas of increased risk if the homeowner desires. Provided
Residents of the Highland-Pierron Fire Protection District can now contact the fire department to not only purchase a wide variety of smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, and fire extinguishers at wholesale prices, but a member of the fire department will also come out to install the products, offer advice on placement and quantity, and perform a walk-through of the home to identify other areas of increased risk if the homeowner desires. Provided

Highland-Pierron firefighters will install smoke detectors for you

October 06, 2017 7:52 AM

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