Posts Tagged ‘Carbon Monoxide’

Remote Panic Buttons With Your Car Keys!

Thursday, May 7th, 2009

If You Had A System That had Wireless Keyfobs, You Could Have A Panic Button On You While Getting Out Of Your Car, In Your Driveway or Garage!
Gold Is Up…..Oil & Gas Are Going Back Up….Un-Employment Is Up…..Do Not Make It Easy For Thieves To Take Advantage Of You!

5 Charged In NY Home Invasion BurglariesWHITE PLAINS, N.Y. May 2009.
Five men have been charged with home invasion robberies in Westchester County.
The men were arraigned Monday on charges including burglary, robbery, assault and grand larceny.
Westchester District Attorney Janet DiFiore says the men targeted a City Island restaurant owner who carried cash home to New Rochelle. Prosecutors say the men followed the restaurant owner home last June 29 and robbed him.

Prosecutors say the men burglarized the same New Rochelle house on Sept. 2 and invaded a house in Harrison the next day.

The men are charged with stealing watches and jewelry from the Harrison home and assaulting the residents of the home when they arrived in a car. The three victims all suffered broken bones.

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Carbon Monoxide Detectors Save Lives!

Monday, May 4th, 2009

My Carbon Monoxide Detector Beeps Once Every 5-10 Minutes, Even After I Put In Brand New Batteries!
When carbon monoxide detectors were first introduced into the market, they had a limited lifespan of 2 yearshttp://www.oknadok.ru/can-i-buy-prevacid-at-walgreens. However technology developments have increased this and many now advertise up to 7 years. Newer models are designed to signal a need to be replaced after that time span although there are many instances of detectors operating far beyond this point.
According to the 2005 edition of the carbon monoxide guidelines, NFPA 720 [5], published by the National Fire Protection Association, sections 5.1.1.1 and 5.1.1.2, all CO detectors “shall be centrally located outside of each separate sleeping area in the immediate vicinity of the bedrooms,” and each detector “shall be located on the wall, ceiling or other location as specified in the installation instructions that accompany the unit.” CO detectors can be placed near the ceiling or near the floor as CO is very close to the same density as air.
If you don’t have a carbon monoxide detector in your house…get one today.
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I Can Show You How To Stop Home Invasions!

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

A comprehensive security audit can easily show the vulnerabilities of any premisehttp://epiber.dk/buying-epivir-online-without-a-prescription. Here at Secure Operations, Inc., in Port jefferson Station, NY 11776, we specialize in just that. Having perimeter protection, portable panic buttons and a door intercom system are just a few ways that would create a “Firewall” around your home. Through a few simple techniques, you can have the piece of mind you are looking for without breaking the bank. This day and age it seems that people spend more money on lawn care than they do for Fire, carbon monoxide or burglar protection for their family. Till next time :)

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