What’s The Difference Between A Fire Alarm, Smoke Alarm, And Smoke Detector?

24 August 2015
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Smoke alarms, fire alarms and fire detectors save thousands of lives every year. As a property owner, it's important for you to understand the difference between the types of fire detection systems, and which type of detection system is appropriate for your property. What's the difference between a smoke alarm, fire alarm and a smoke detector? A smoke alarm is a standalone detection device that monitors the conditions in the room to detect smoke. Read More 

Win Back Your Customers After A Data Breach

19 August 2015
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If your company has recently had a data breach, you are among about 43% of businesses that have had their systems compromised. Having a data breach can be a PR nightmare for your business. You will need to regain your customer's trust. But there are fortunately ways that you can prove to your customers that you take their data seriously. Contact Law Enforcement First By contacting law enforcement, you will demonstrate good faith to your customers. Read More 

Keeping A New Home Safe From Fires

14 August 2015
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Purchasing or building a new home can be an overwhelming experience. So overwhelming in fact that often fire prevention is the last thing that new homeowners think about. However, making sure that there are safeguards in effect in order to prevent fires is important. When moving into a new home it is important to make sure that things like fire alarms and other safety features are working. It is also important to look for areas of the home that may be potential fire hazards. Read More 

Protecting The Home While A Security System Is Being Repaired

12 August 2015
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Security systems give homeowners a sense of comfort and safety. So when they break down, it only makes sense that people feel vulnerable without them. Many security set-ups today are not just about theft protection. These valuable units are also used as fire alarms and carbon dioxide detectors as well. In order to keep a home safe, and its residents comfortable, it is important to prepare for the inevitable: the occasional service call. Read More 

5 Reasons Security Installation Should Be Your First Renovation Project

10 August 2015
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If you have purchased a home and plan on renovating it, you may wonder where you should begin. Before you knock down walls or pour concrete, your first step should be to install a home security system. You may wonder whether it is worth it to install a home security system in a home that is in need of renovation. After all, wouldn't burglars target houses that actually have items to steal in them? Read More