The holidays are officially on, and that means it’s time to talk about ways to keep your home safe from fire risks – and, the ways you can work alongside your smart home security system to accomplish that goal. Let’s talk about....
For this year’s National Fire Prevention Week, the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) wants you to "look, listen and learn" how house fires can start. Here are some house fire facts you may not be aware of:
Whether you have a gas or charcoal grill, however, there are some important safety precautions that you will need to keep in mind to avoid the risk of fire and burn injuries while grilling. After all, failure to safely operate your grill can result in a fire or serious injury to yourself or your guests, which is the last thing you want on a relaxing summer day.
Summer is coming, and with summer comes the sounds of children playing outside. However, there are steps parents will want to take to help ensure their children stay safe while they are on break.
It’s time to consider how many more frozen pipe scares and flood risks may be around the corner – and how integrating home control technology with your security systems may be able to help you defend your home against those threats.
The Centers for Disease Control report that carbon monoxide (CO) gas is responsible for about 500 deaths and 15,000 emergency room visits every year. CO gas has no odor, no taste and is not visible.
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