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    NFPA Codes to Consider When Maintaining Fire Alarm Systems

    October 11th, 2018

    It is critical to ensure your fire alarm system is up to code to minimize the possibility and effects of a fire. However, it can be difficult to keep up with the National Fire Protection Association’s more than 300 consensus codes and standards. Your system should be maintained in accordance with the following NFPA codes

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    How to Make a Fire Safety Plan

    October 11th, 2018

    Every household should have a plan in case of an emergency. If your house catches fire, your family needs to know how to escape with your home’s most valuable contents: their lives. Be prepared with these tips on creating a safe and efficient fire safety plan. Have a Family Meeting Gather the members of your

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    UL2572 Code Compliance

    September 13th, 2018

    Business owners have many responsibilities. And when you own a building that houses tenants, workers, or visitors, those responsibilities increase. Ensuring the safety of the people on your property is essential, and there are rules and regulations mandated by law that help support this effort. UL2572 is one of these important code standards. UL2572 Overview

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    ADA Requirements in Fire Safety Equipment

    September 13th, 2018

    The Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, is designed to ensure all Americans, including those with a wide range of disabilities, have equal access to facilities, services, and businesses. This means that property owners and managers must, by law, both remove any structural barriers that may make access difficult for people with impairments impacting their

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    Why Preventative Maintenance is so Important for Fire Alarms

    August 10th, 2018

    Fire alarms are designed to warn people of fire, protecting lives, property, and assets. However, most fire alarms are designed with a simple visible switch in an inconspicuous corner of a building. Just by merely looking at the fire alarm switch, you won’t be able to tell if it is in working order – and

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    CSG Is Your First Line of Defense from Burglary

    August 10th, 2018

    As a homeowner, protection of one of your largest assets is a priority. But protection of your family and yourself is essential. Common sense practices like locked doors, secured windows, and security lighting are helpful, but not nearly as effective as home alarm security systems. Commerical Sytems Group is your first line of defense against

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    Is it Time for Your Business to get a New Sprinkler System?

    July 9th, 2018

    To the untrained eye, a fire sprinkler system may look like it’s in perfect working order. However, professionals in the industry know that sprinkler systems must be consistently inspected and tested in order to ensure proper safety and function. So, how can you know when it is time to get a new system? You may

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    Protecting your School with Commercial Systems Group

    July 9th, 2018

    According to the National Fire Protection Association, or NFPA, there are roughly 5.6902 fires in school buildings each year. Thanks to modern technology and sprinkler systems many of these fires are limited to the area of origin and stifled quickly. As the students enjoy their summer break, consider protecting your school with a new fire

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    What is a Mesh Network?

    May 2nd, 2018

    If you’ve ever had a fire alarm monitoring system, you know things can go wrong fairly easily. Recently, during the latest hurricanes season, 20 percent of customers lost connection to the network data because of downed power lines. However, only 1 percent of mesh panel users lost connection. A mesh network is a radio-based fire

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    Benefits of an End to End Beam Smoke Detector

    May 2nd, 2018

    Using traditional smoke detectors in open areas such as a hotel atrium, mall, or gymnasium proves to be rather ineffective due to the tendency of the smoke to disperse quickly. Single or reflective beam detectors have been used in the past. However, they often give off false alarms, especially when the building and architectural materials

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