Smoke Alarms and Fire Prevention (S.A.F.E.)

Presented by Corley Plumbing Air Electric

The Greenville City Fire Department provides smoke alarms and installation, free of charge, to city residents. You may use the city address locator to verify you live in the city limits.

To request a smoke alarm, please use our Smoke Alarm Request Form. If you feel your smoke alarm is not functioning properly, you cannot afford an alarm or do not have an alarm, call 864-232-2273 to request a smoke alarm appointment.

Smoke alarms should be tested monthly and the batteries changed annually. If your alarm is sounding continuously, call 911.

Volunteer installing a smoke alarm in a Greenville home

Smoke Alarms for the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing

These smoke alarms, commonly called "bed-shakers," are not smoke alarms. Rather, they work with smoke alarms in the home to notify deaf or hard-of-hearing individuals of a possible life-threatening fire emergency. Fire Safe South Carolina is currently able to provide this life-saving technology

to qualified applicants, download the Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing Smoke Alarm Program Application (PDF).