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An Overview of Fire Exit Terminology and Technology

What Is a Fire Exit?The simplest definition of a fire exit is a way out of the building you only use if there is a serious threat like a fire. In comparison, an egress is any way out.

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4 Reasons Your Business (and Home) Should Have a Fire Sprinkler System Installed

Tweet However, sprinkler systems are invaluable and have many advantages that should not be overlooked. Here are four reasons why your business should have a proper fire sprinkler system installed

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Boost Fire Safety at Your Home

Tweet These are all the results of a research conducted from 2004 to 2014. and published in World Fire Statistics Bulletin in October 2015. These numbers are worrying and if

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Protecting Your Home From A Fire

Tweet Not only that, firefighters who quickly respond to fire alarm systems pay a high price in their attempt to save lives, with about 100 of them who die on

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Five House Fire Safety and Prevention Tips

Keeping your home safe from fires is an every day effort and the lengths one must go to, to ensure their and their family’s safety may seem extreme, but they are essential.

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7 Useful Ways to Fireproof Your Home

Accidents can happen at any time and endanger your family and pets.

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Fire Door Security Tips

Tweet If you’re looking at trading out doors for new fire doors doing it at the time of a remodel or renovation can save both time and money because several

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How to Hold a Home Fire Drill

This writer was a teenager when his home caught fire, just one week before Christmas on a chilly, Saturday evening. Thankfully, no one was injured, but our home was heavily damaged and it took six months before the repairs were finished, and the home ready for occupancy.

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The Top 5 Reasons You Need a Security System

The name says it all; security system. It is a simple idea to protect and secure one of your most expensive possessions. Your home is by far the most valuable thing you own, holds your most prized things, and is the place where you and your family are supposed to be safe.