NEW YORK, Nov. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- If you've ever redecorated a room, you might have obsessed over every detail to get it perfect. But in spite of all your best efforts, one sore point remains: the smoke detector protruding from the ceiling or walls. Couldn't it be hidden from sight? Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161119/441384 This is the question Yehuda Fulda, a real estate developer with a sharp eye for detail, asked himself 6 years ago. He kept wondering why the smoke detectors in the homes and building he was developing couldn't be recessed into the ceiling for a cleaner look. When he looked into it, he also found that no company manufactured a networked smoke detector with dual detection. Smoke detectors were either using ionization or photoelectric detection. If their job was to prevent different types of fires, why were you forced to predict the kind of fire that could happen? An entrepreneur by nature, Fulda put the question to a team of engineers and designers he hired. Over the next 5 years, his team worked hard to develop a smoke and CO detector that was at the cutting edge of technological innovation while remaining aesthetically unobtrusive. In fact, it protrudes less than a quarter of an inch from the ceiling and can be painted to blend in. This is Notafire Pro. "I'm really excited that there will finally be a way to provide the family with top-notch safety without unsightly detectors marring the ceiling," Yehuda Fulda said at the pre-launch for the product.