There are many different detectors that can be installed within your home. Smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, and even heat detectors are available to ensure that your family stays safe 24/7.
At Red Safety, our goal is to equip everyone with the tools needed to feel safe, comfortable, and confident in their daily lives. We offer CPR certification programs in our Tukwila, Washington location several times a month.
RED Safety’s Installation department and Training programs are 100% staffed with Off-Duty Firefighters. Who better to provide you with equipment and training then those who respond to emergencies all the time?
Founded in 2011, RED Safety set out prevent losses and tragedies they had seen firsthand. RED Safety is now Washington’s fastest growing security company.
Complete Home Safety is a lot more than only protection against break-ins. Complete Home Safety is prevention against fires and carbon monoxide poisoning. It is not having to worry about packages delivered to the front porch being taken by a passerby. It is knowing what to do when a family member chokes on a hotdog […]
You can assign multiple unique user codes and assign them to specific users. On a L5200, L5210 or L7000 panel, from the home screen select “Security”, “More”, “Tools” (Enter your 4-Digit panel code), “Users”. To change the Master code, select “Master”, “Edit”, “User Code” (Type in a new 4-Digit code), “Done”, “Save”. To add a […]
Your passcode is a word or phrase used to verify your identity when an alarm is triggered or when speaking with RED Safety about your account. Your master code is a 4-digit code used to arm or disarm your control panel. (You’ll never be asked for this over the phone.)
Yes. This code will serve as a way to stealthily alert authorities that you disarmed your system under duress. Contact Customer Support/Service to learn more about this feature and how to set one up.
The permit on your account must be valid and in good standing. Premises without a valid permit may receive a fine from your local police office. Unless your permit is current, the police may not respond to a burglar alarm from your premises.
No. As an RED Safety customer, you are responsible for keeping your alarm permit current with your local jurisdiction and renewing it, as needed, in accordance to your local alarm ordinance. Additionally, you must provide RED Safety with your alarm permit numbers and expiration dates.