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How Dads Can Always “Be There,” With Smart Home Automation

Some dads have 9 to 5 careers, and others have them 24/7. Modern dads are on the go, and they aren’t always able to see what’s going on at home – at least not in person. Fortunately, there is a modern security solution that can fill in the gaps for both of them whether they are home, at work, or on the road.

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Is it Time to Update Your Emergency Contacts?

Making sure your contact list is updated on a regular basis is important for our Seattle alarm company and your security as our client. On our side, it keeps us in compliance with local ordinances. For your benefit, it allows us to send law enforcement to your emergency. Here’s why.

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Commercial Fire Protection: Avoiding False or Nuisance Alarms

Most of the time, fire alarms are somewhat out of sight and out mind, just waiting for a possible threat. At some point however, every building will encounter a false alarm. The alarm law defines a false alarm as any alarm signal that elicits emergency response and where there is no evidence of an actual…

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Ensuring Your Seattle Fire Alarm Systems Pass Annual Inspections

Though they can induce a bit stress, annual commercial fire alarm systems inspections are required by the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) over your property and designed to help prevent injury and mitigate loss due to fires. Depending on the location and type of system you have, the length and frequency of testing will vary…

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Does Your Seattle High Rise Meet the New Seattle Fire Code 510?

Some existing high rise buildings in Seattle are subject to a retroactive installation of an emergency responder communications system. This means that if your building does not have a system, you will be required to retroactively install one in 2016. What Is Seattle Fire Code 510? Seattle Fire Code 510 requires reliable communication for emergency…

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Video Surveillance: Solutions for Hazardous Environments

Video Surveillance: Solutions for Hazardous Environments

Basic Surveillance Options Many companies assume that a few surveillance cameras are enough to protect their business. There are often unseen costs associated with this. You may need to weatherproof your cameras, install additional cooling equipment to reduce heat associated with sun exposure or you may need dust filters to reduce the impact of pollutants.…

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