- The Importance of Correcting Deficiencies in your Fire Sprinkler System
Don’t make the mistake of failing to maintain your best line of fire defense
While installing fire sprinklers in your commercial or residential building is a pivotal step to protect your property and people, regular fire sprinkler system maintenance is also incredibly important to guarantee that your system is always working properly.
To be sure your system is properly maintained, we’ve put together a guide offering insight into ... Read more
- Did You Know that Home Smoke Alarms Need to be Replaced Every 10 Years?
Learn why you should prioritize maintenance of this vital fire safety equipment.
When is the last time that you replaced the smoke alarm in your home? If you can’t remember, it’s likely been longer than 10 years. And according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), that means that you’re due for a replacement.
Smoke alarms are an incredibly important part of any household, ... Read more
- The Surprising Benefits of Proper Fire Extinguisher Maintenance and Inspection
An experienced technician goes above and beyond making sure that your fire safety equipment works
Annual maintenance of fire extinguishers is often looked at as just another business expense. In reality, it’s a necessity to comply with certification under NFPA 10. NPFA 10 is a set of guidelines established by fire safety professionals with the National Fire Protection Association that has been adopted by the ... Read more
- New Wireless Technology is Poised to Revolutionize the Fire Alarm Industry
The safety industry is adopting wireless solutions on a wide scale
Some in the fire community have hesitated when it comes to unproven technological trends. For example, while other industries jumped on the wireless bandwagon as early adopters, the safety industry paused because of a rational concern that new equipment wouldn’t work as they were accustomed to in the event of a fire.
But with advances in technology ... Read more
- Learn Why GSM Radio Technology is Quickly Replacing Landlines in Fire and Security Systems
How does fire and security monitoring work without a phone line? And what are the benefits?
For the past several decades, most fire and security systems used POTS (aka “plain old telephone service”) lines to communicate with a central-monitoring system. But the way our society connects is changing. According to a Pew Research Center study, more than two-thirds of individuals now own a cell phone, ... Read more
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