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After a warm autumn, the temperatures are officially starting to drop and, for many, that means firing up the furnace for the first time months. While the furnace’s main job in your home or business may be obvious, understanding the intricacies of how it works can help you warm your space safely and cost-efficiently.
Who doesn't love football? With this Sunday's Super Bowl matchup between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons, many of us will spend the evening surrounded by friends, watching the game and eating great food. All of that great food means more time spent in the kitchen, which means more possibility for kitchen accidents. Follow these easy steps to make sure that you make it to gametime injury-free:
Fireworks and the 4th of July go hand-in-hand and Doyle Security wants to help make sure you stay safe this Independence Day. The National Council on Firework Safety encourages consumers to follow the following safety tips before engaging in firework celebrations this Fourth of July:
A fire alarm system can detect the beginnings of a fire while it’s still smoldering in the critical moments before the flames erupt. This gives your family time to evacuate the premises quickly and safely, while our Emergency Response Center dispatches the fire department on your behalf. Whether you’re home or away, whether your system is armed or disarmed, Doyle Security Systems will be notified and act on the alarm in a matter of seconds. To learn more about which about Fire Detectors, we spoke with Doyle Security Business Development Manager, Jack Doyle.
This week is Fire Prevention Week which means it’s time to discuss some important topics in regards to how you can prevent a house fire and what to do in case of such emergency. Today’s topic is how to prevent fires while cooking. Here are some specific points, according to the National Fire Protection Association:
This week is Fire Prevention Week which means it’s time to discuss some important topics in regards to how you can prevent a house fire and what to do in case of such emergency. Today’s topic is fire escape planning. Every home should have a basic plan in place in case of a fire emergency, and this plan should be known inside and out by each member of the household. Here are some specific points, according to the National Fire Protection Association: