With the hustle and bustle of your daily life, things can get pretty stressful. Gain some peace of mind with an alarm system that alerts the fire department when smoke is detected. If you opt to have smoke detectors in your home along with your security system, you can be sure that if something does happen, the fire department will immediately be alerted and on route to your house. Fires are a very common thing in the U.S. According to the National Fire Protection Association, “U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated average of 355,400 home structure fires per year during 2012-2016. These fires caused an annual average of 2,560 civilian fire deaths, 11,670 civilian fire injuries, and $6.5 billion in direct property damage.”
Incorporating smoke detectors can be very beneficial to your life. For instance, your kids may be at home alone while you're at work. You won’t have to worry about them being in harm's way. You will get alerted if something dangerous is happening and you can address the situation from there. The fire department will already be on the way so you won’t have to worry about you or them calling.
This system can also protect your pets. Kids may be capable of calling 911 themselves, but your furry friends can’t! Iheartdogs.com states that “an estimated 40,000 pets die each year in fires, most succumbing to smoke inhalation.” By having this system you can help keep your pets safe, healthy, and protected!
Also, while on vacation, you may not have someone to keep an eye on your house. This can ruin a vacation and fill it with worry. If you have an alarm system, you don’t have to fret anymore and you can enjoy some time off, stress-free! Get control and reassurance of what’s happening in your home while your away with an alarm system included with smoke detectors!
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“Home Structure Fires.” NFPA Report - Home Structure Fires, www.nfpa.org/News-and-Research/Data-research-and-tools/Building-and-Life-Safety/Home-Structure-Fires.