Smoke detectors experience a decline in effectiveness over time for reasons such as dust or age, making regular smoke detector sensitivity testing critical.
A Personal Experience by Chris Cox; Foreword by Dale Grant While watching the Eagle’s unexpected loss to the Washington Commanders during the November 14, Monday Night football game, Oliver’s Fire Alarm technician, Chris Cox, was alerted by his neighbor to a fire next door. A few hours later, Chris would find himself and his family […]
Article by Dale Grant – Journalist Ninja : Who doesn’t love a good rivalry? Eagles vs The Cowboys. Pepsi vs Coke. Guy Fieri’s hairstyle vs the passage of time. But if you grew up in the 1990’s no rivalry was as heated as Nintendo vs Sega. Lines were drawn in the sand and you knew […]
Article by Dan Robinson – Expert in Advanced Fire Alarm Installations Early detection of smoke and carbon monoxide saves lives. In a residential environment, I would argue that smoke and carbon monoxide detection and notification are the most important factors in saving lives. In the event of a fire or an appliance malfunction, properly […]
Article by Dan Robinson Imagine for a moment, sitting at a table in your favorite restaurant. You are enjoying your meal and the conversation. The restaurant then begins to fill with smoke coming from the vents that are providing the heat and/or air conditioning. You are struggling to breathe, you are struggling to see, you […]