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Alarm Systems

Home and family are our two most important possessions. An alarm system can be an effective deterrent to problems that threaten them.There are three types of alarm systems; oftentimes, you will find many of the features offered together.

Security Alarms

Security alarms are designed to detect, deter and document intrusions to your home or property. They can be as simple as detecting the opening of a door or window; they also can be very complex, using a system of motion detectors, lights, cameras, and more. Click here to learn more.

Fire, Smoke, and Carbon Monoxide Alarms

Fire and smoke detectors have become required in many communities because of their proven ability to save lives. In recent years, the attention to the hazards of carbon monoxide poisoning from malfunctioning furnaces and stoves and from space heaters have encouraged the installation of these detectors as well. Click here to learn more.

Medical Alarms

Designed mainly for the elderly and people with severe medical conditions, these alarms usually consist of a remote control in the form of a pendant and a base station hooked to the telephone line. In an emergency, a person can summon help by pressing a button on the pendant or base station. Click here to learn more.

Pool Alarms

Accidental drownings can be avoided by sounding an alert when someone enters your pool. Click here to learn more about pool alarms

Mold and Radon Testing

Homes in western mountain states and New England should be tested for the presence of high concentrations of radioactive radon gas. Click here to learn more about radon testing. If your house has had water damage, is subjected to periods of high humidity, or has a moldy smell, consider getting a mold detection kit.

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