Lifeline Fire protection is the GTA's leading fire protection installation company!

Fire safety is vital in any construction project to prevent the uncontrolled spread of fire. At Lifeline fire protection, we provide you with complete fire safety solutions to ensure the safety of occupants and the integrity of your residential or commercial buildings. Our fire protection and prevention services include fire damper installation, fire alarm installation, fire sprinkler system installation, and fire systems monitoring.

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Our expert technician's in-depth product expertise and years of industry experience allow us to provide a top-quality installation and service experience.

The installation of an automatic fire protection system is often complex and multifaceted. The process can include hydraulic calculations & fluid mechanics and the design of sprinkler risers, standpipes, fire pumps, and generators.

It is vital to maintain one point of contact throughout the building process to ensure the completion of all systems.

Lifeline Fire Protection guarantees to be your reliable point of contact for every new construction project, all while abiding by industry standards and government regulations.

Retrofit and new installation services cover the following;

  • Complete Fire Protection System Design
  • Additions/Updates to Existing Systems
  • Emergency Lighting Systems
  • Automatic Sprinkler Systems
  • Exit Lights
  • Fire Pumps (to secure adequate water pressure for your sprinkler systems and standpipes)
  • Kitchen Hoods
  • Fire Safety Plans – Fire Access Routes

Our expert technicians are equipped to handle system designs and installations of any size. We will see your project through and give you our full support from the initial engineered drawings to submitting your final compliance letter to your local fire department.

Our Fire Safety Systems Installation Services


Our team of fire protection experts provides Fire Alarm Installation services for all kinds of facilities, including homes, offices, retail stores, hotels, malls, schools, hospitals, and more.

At Lifeline Fire Protection, we provide clients with top-notch fire alarm installation services; and make sure to meet the individual needs of every one of our customers.

We ensure to test every fire safety system before the installation, as our team of experts is committed to providing a reliable system experience.

Contact us today to learn more about our fire alarm installation services.


One of the most critical components of passive fire safety is fire dampers. They are typically used to prevent fire from spreading within the ductwork and the free passage of fire or smoke by creating a barrier inside the HVAC system.

Discovering a trustworthy and dependable company for installing dampers has proven difficult. Consider the search over because we provide the most reliable and efficient fire damper installations at Lifeline.


At Lifeline Fire Protection, we offer fire sprinkler inspection and installation services. Make us well-versed and equipped to handle your sprinkler system inquiries at a cost-effection solution.


Fire extinguishers are a staple fire protection tool used to protect people and property from fire. Thus, the proper installation of an extinguisher is essential.

At Lifeline Fire Protection, our expert technicians will help you choose the suitable fire extinguisher to fit your needs and offer the continued maintenance of your existing equipment.


A life-saving fire safety feature but often one of the most neglected is smoke and CO detectors. Because CO is an odourless, tasteless, and colourless gas, its presence indoors can go undetected.

A CO detector can warn building occupants about the potential for CO poisoning much in the same way that smoke detectors warn about the potential for acute fire-related smoke exposure, making them life-saving investments.

At Lifeline Fire Protection, we have you covered with advanced Smoke and CO Detection products and installation services.


Fire hydrants and hoses serve an essential role in the firefighting process, as they allow for access to a steady flow of water supply during emergencies.

Thus, the proper placement, sizing, and type of fire hydrant or hose are all critical to the safety of your building.

At Lifeline, we understand the importance of this valuable equipment and are committed to supplying you with the best quality installation and maintenance of these critical fire protection tools.


In the event of a power outage, an emergency lighting system can provide an additional 30 minutes of light, which is essential in an evacuation.

Lifeline's emergency lighting is guaranteed to comply with all applicable code requirements.


Kitchen fires are one of the most common, and the best way to prevent them is to have a practical kitchen fire suppression system. At Lifeline, we guarantee to provide you with the proper installation and maintenance of a kitchen fire suppression system that can take on any fire, including oil, electrical, or fires caused by flammable items being too close to a heat source.

Contact us for Kitchen Fire Suppression System Installation if you're looking for a fire prevention service provider in Toronto.

Fire Safety Systems Consulting

We offer onsite one-on-one consulting to provide the most individualized fire system for you.

We would be pleased to assist you with any questions you might have.

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  • We offer affordable and quick-fire safety installation services by trained and experienced technicians who strictly adhere to NFPA codes.
  • We offer timely project timelines, pricing breakdowns, estimates, materials costs, etc.
  • We deliver prompt, professional, and excellent workmanship and quality customer service.
  • We offer residential, institutional, and commercial fire system installation.

Fire Safety Systems Installation FAQs

1. Why is it necessary to install a fire alarm system?

The purpose of installing a fire alarm system is to protect lives and property from fire hazards. Fire alarms serve as early warning systems and alert people to danger so they can evacuate before their buildings burn down. A properly installed fire alarm system should be part of every home and business owner’s fire safety plan.

2. How many fire extinguishers do I need?

The answer depends on several factors such as:

  • The size and layout of the room should be considered when designing an escape plan. The NFPA rule is that there should be at least 75 feet between fire extinguisher locations and that they should be easily accessible. Naturally, the square footage contained in a building and the layout of that space will determine the number of fire extinguishers needed.
  • The fire hazard level for the building: Public buildings are evaluated and assigned an overall fire hazard level based on the purpose of the building and what it contains: light fire hazard, ordinary fire hazard, extra fire hazard, and commercial kitchens.
  • According to OSHA standards, if flammable liquid or gas are stored in five gallons or more containers, there must be a 10B rated fire extinguisher within 50 feet of the containers.
  • Stairs: in multi-story buildings, at least one fire extinguisher must always be located next to the stairs.

3. Do I need to install both a fire alarm and sprinkler system?

You may be tempted to believe that with so many components involved in a fire protection system, having some redundancy might allow you to skip a feature or two, but that isn’t true. An alarm system and fire sprinkler systems are both vital components of fire protection.

The purpose of an alarm system is to spread the word about fires. It features smoke detectors, pull stations, strobe lights, and horns to alert everyone inside the building that they must leave immediately. A monitored fire alarm notifies the fire department of an emergency. It also sends a message to them so they can send out their trucks immediately.

On the other hand, fire sprinklers go straight to work extinguishing the fire. Each sprinkler is set off individually, so they don’t cause any property damage. Automatic sprinkler systems can also be used to monitor fires, but their primary purpose is to put out the fire as quickly as possible.

Together, fire alarms and sprinkler systems help save lives and dramatically reduce property damage.