Monitored Smoke Alarms & Carbon Monoxide Monitors are vital to reducing response time and saving lives. This will ensure help is on the way in minutes rather than hours.
MONITORED FIRE AND CARBON MONOXIDE ALARM SYSTEMS ARE TRIGGERED THE INSTANT THERE IS DANGER.
Unfortunately, many homes are not protected from easily avoidable disasters. Traditional smoke alarms and carbon monoxide monitors may activate, but if no one is home or the fire alarm can't be heard, your family, pets and property are at risk. Monitored home control systems ensure that first responders are quickly alerted to an emergency and can arrive on the scene within minutes, even when you're not home. Monitored Fire/CO detectors are ALWAYS ON...whether your alarm is armed or not!
THE REAL BENEFITS OF MONITORED FIRE PROTECTION ALARMS AND CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS.
A HAWK Security monitored home alarm system is linked to central alarm monitoring so that critical help can be summoned when the alarm goes off, even if you are home or if the alarm is not armed. Monitoring home security systems is especially important in cases where occupants are not capable of responding appropriately to a traditional alarm. Elderly or disabled individuals, children, anyone in the house who has already been overcome by the effects of CO or smoke, and even pets left in an otherwise empty house, can be rescued in time.
Firefighters recommend placing one monitored smoke/CO detector in every bedroom and living space. HAWK recognizes the importance of making safe home security affordable.
HAWK's monitored alarm system detects smoke or carbon monoxide.
Central Alarm Monitoring Station is alerted and calls the home to assess the situation, then the authorities if needed.
First responders are dispatched, and arrive on scene in just minutes rather than hours.
Fire and Carbon Monoxide Fast Facts.
- The majority (62%) of home fire deaths are a result of fire in homes with no fire alarm monitoring systems or non-working fire alarms.
- In 2012 US fire departments responded to 370,000 home structure fires that caused 13,910 injuries, 2,520 deaths, 40,000 pet deaths and an estimated $6.9 Billion in direct damage.
- Carbon Monoxide is a deadly and invisible menace. In 2012 CO poisoning sent 15,000 individuals and families to the emergency room.
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