Protect your Home
and business with century security systems. Monitoring
can help notify local authorities of a fire in your home
or business. Unlike non-monitored smoke detectors, which
only alert you of a fire when you are home, the system
helps protect your home from fire when
you are away.
While smoke detectors and fire extinguishers are
a good start for fire safety, they can't call for help
when you're unable to respond.
That's why this system, as the leader in home security
offers Monitored Fire Protection. This service offers an
important difference over other fire safety products:
They can call for help when you can't. They will monitor
your home with smoke and heat detectors 24 hours a
day... even when you're not there... even if you're
unable to respond.
So if fire breaks out when you're not home, or when
you're asleep or unconscious, your system can alert 24
hour Monitoring Center, and they can notify the
authorities right away.
With Monitored Fire Protection, you get: Advanced smoke
and heat detectors that use state-of-the-art technology
to alert their monitoring center. It works even when
your security system isn't armed.
Carbon Monoxide Detector
Any time your security system or carbon monoxide
detector is triggered, the system automatically alerts
their Monitoring Center so can call the police or
Unlike fire and burglary, carbon
monoxide can be an invisible, almost undetectable threat
to your family and home. If you live in a home with gas
logs, hot tub, or other gas-fired appliances or those
with an attached garage - you need to be aware of the
threat of Carbon Monoxide.
Having a home monitoring system by Century Systems
can help protect your family and business from deadly
Carbon Monoxide gas. For an additional fee you could
have Carbon Monoxide detectors installed in your
business and home.
A monitored Carbon Monoxide detector will alert your
system if high levels of this deadly gas are detected.
Listed below are some helpful tips
to safeguard your family and home from this harmful gas.
Carbon Monoxide Detectors, Carbon Monoxide Poisoning,
Carbon Monoxide Alarms, and Carbon Monoxide Prevention.
Protect your family from Carbon Monoxide poisoning now
by requesting more information. What is Carbon Monoxide
Poisoning? Carbon monoxide gas is known as the "silent
killer" and is an extremely deadly. Carbon Monoxide is
the leading cause of accidental poisoning deaths in
America, according to the Journal of the American
Medical Association. 1,500 people die annually due to
accidental carbon monoxide exposure, and additional
10,000 seek medical attention. Why is Carbon Monoxide
Gas So Dangerous? You cannot smell, see, or taste the
presence of Carbon Monoxide gas. Carbon Monoxide gas
could be in your home and you wouldn't even know it.
What Causes Carbon Monoxide? Carbon monoxide is gas
produced during incomplete combustion of fuels
including: natural gas, oil, coal, wood, and kerosene.
How Can I Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning?
- Have their fuel burning appliances checked by a
- Don't sleep in a room
with an un-vented gas or kerosene space heater.
- Don't lave a vehicle
running in a garage or other enclosed area.
- Don't try to heat your
home with an oven, range or clothes dryer.
- Install a carbon
monoxide detector in your home or business.
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