Fire and Carbon Monoxide: Two Deadly Intruders
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 3,000 people die in the United States every year as the result of house fires or carbon monoxide poisoning. Tens of thousands of additional victims suffer injuries ranging from moderate to severe. The fact is that fire and carbon monoxide are two deadly intruders you need protection from.
Monitored smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in your home give you around-the-clock protection. When an alarm is triggered, the system emits a loud noise to warn occupants to get out of the home immediately. In the meantime, our monitoring center springs into action, notifying local first responders on behalf of our customer.
The importance of fire and carbon monoxide monitoring cannot be underestimated. Accidental house fires often occur at night, leading some people to be injured or killed because they never wake up. As for carbon monoxide, it is an odorless and colorless gas that can be deadly in a very short amount of time.
No home security system is complete without fire and carbon monoxide monitoring. Be sure to include it in a new system or have your current system upgraded right away.