How To Prevent Fires And Practice Fire Safety At Church

A fire can have devastating effects on a church. These effects are not only relating to the potential loss of life and property damage: it also affects the local community. Churches are responsible for a lot of charitable events that go on in a city. If a fire destroys a church, then it can disrupt this good work. Read on to find out how to prevent fires and practice fire safety at church. Read More 

3 Tips To Get The Best Performance From Your Commercial Surveillance Cameras

As someone who owns a business, you probably know that it is important for you to have surveillance cameras in your place of business. In fact, you probably want to make sure that you get the best possible performance from your surveillance cameras. These are a few tips that you can follow if you would like to get the best performance from the cameras that you purchase for your commercial building. Read More 

Three Things Your Teens Should Have On Their Smartphones

If you're like most busy parents with teenagers in the home, there are plenty of times when your kids are home by themselves. Naturally, you're concerned about the safety and well being about your teen or teens when they're home while you're at work, and you've undoubtedly established some common sense rules such as not allowing strangers to come inside the home and not announcing their home-alone status on social media. Read More 

Make Sure You Winterize Your Fire Suppression System

The risk of a fire does not decrease in the winter, which is why you need to make sure that you are just as prepared as ever for a fire. If you own a building with a fire suppression system, and you live somewhere where the temperatures drop below freezing frequently in the winter, you need to winterize your fire suppression system. The last thing you want is for the pipes in your fire suppression system to freeze. Read More