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  • New smoke alarm law takes effect next month
    3.11.19 – WIVB.com – News 4 – The National Fire Protection Association says three of every five home fire deaths happen in homes without smoke alarms or working smoke detectors.
  • What to do if your burglar alarm goes off inside your home
    3.12.19 – KOAT Albuquerque- The first reaction for a lot of you have when a burglar alarm goes off is to hang out in your driveway or go inside your house and check it out. One of our …
  • Deadly suburban kennel fire prompts legislators to call for new safety …
    3.12.19 – Chicago Tribune- One bill would require kennel operators to install fire alarms that automatically notify emergency responders; the other would require kennels to install sprinklers …
  • BBB warns of door to door salesperson scams
    3.12.19 – WSFA- Montgomery, AL – I’m sure this has happened to you: You’re doing some work around the house and the door bell rings. It’s somebody trying to sell …
  • It’s Time to Get Smart About False Alarm Reduction
    3.12.19 – Security – If there is anything the security industry has learned over the past few years, it’s that this industry is not static. There are constant changes in technology and threats which can range from worrying about a possible break-in to employee theft or protecting a facility, its assets and employees. Security professionals are having to stay up to date with the latest and greatest security system technologies and adapt existing solutions quickly in order to keep their assets and information safe.

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