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Sound the Alarm: Early Detection of Impending Danger

9/13/2018 (Permalink)

With all that is provided in extreme home safety measures, from high tech security systems to motion detection programs set right to our Smartphones we are beginning to take for granted the simple and effective options readily and inexpensively available. An unsung hero that is getting more overlooked than ever is the classic fire alarm. More than two-thirds of home fatalities occurred in residences unequipped with these useful devises. That is an alarming statistic. An additional study revealed the fact that a majority of these disasters happen in the quiet of the night. The risk of smoke and toxic fume inhalation becomes unpreventable, as you are asleep when this occurs. To avoid this scenario and to keep your family safe, fire alarms are an absolute must have in any residence. An alarm should be located on every single level of your home, outside of sleeping areas and inside bedrooms. It is essential to have them placed in proximity of where you are most vulnerable at night. Consider placing them along the route you have established as your escape path, as the sound will help guide you to safety in low visibility conditions. Remember to keep your batteries replaced annually and to test your alarms monthly. These small added measures can prevent a tragedy from occurring and gives you the advantage of time to control the situation before it controls you. As always SERVPRO of Rock County is here to assist you at your worst of times, to help you rebuild and get back on your feet.

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