The Leading Cause of Home Fires – Are You Prepared?

  Cooking fires are the leading cause of home fires and are some of the most dangerous fires to contend with. It is important to know what to do and what not to do if you ever encounter one of these fires.   Grease, oil, and other flammable liquids can...

“Active” Smoke Detection vs. “Passive” Smoke Detection

An “Active” smoke (and gas) detection system constantly draws in and samples the air in a space. These systems detect fire or toxic gasses much earlier than traditional “Passive” smoke detection which waits for the smoke to reach a detector. These precious minutes can...

Server Room Fire Protection

Imagine this scenario… It’s Sunday morning 2am, and your server room has a circuit board short and overheat causing a fire to break out. The sprinkler system will activate only when the temperature at the head reaches a level that is beyond “contained”, and your...

How to ensure Fire Safety at Home

The top major causes of home fires are unattended cooking, candles, overloaded electrical systems, and cigarette smoking. Due to negligence, the consequences lead to injuries, property damages, and in some cases death. According to the National Fire Protection...

Restaurant Fire Systems

Everything You Need To Know About UL 300 I hope you were able to ready the article “6 Tips to Improve Fire Safety and Reduce Cost”. The 6th tip was to upgrade your fire suppression system to the UL 300 Standard if you have not already. We will examine this topic in...

Simple Way to Save $1,000 Per Year & Improve Your Protection

For decades Fire Alarms and Security Alarm Systems have relied on copper phone lines (POTS lines) for reporting signals to the monitoring center. Like most other industries, times have changed and there are new technologies available. In the telephone industry, POTS...
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