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Home Security Facts: Why You Need Home Automation Today

September 21, 2018

As of 2015, 4.6 million homes in the United States were considered smart homes or homes that use automation. The number of homeo…


Three Interesting Ways Your CCTV System Can Boost Your Iowa Business

September 16, 2018

Think about CCTV security cameras for a second. Are you thinking about the peace of mind and value they offer to commercial busi…


CCTV Cameras for Your Factory Outlets and Industrial Buildings in Iowa

September 15, 2018

CCTV cameras are becoming widely used in Iowa factory outlets and industrial buildings to do more than enhance security. As a re…


Boost Your Iowa Sales with a CCTV Camera

September 14, 2018

As a small business owner with a retail space or supermarket in Iowa, do you often wonder if you really need CCTV cameras? If yo…


5 Things to Consider for Your Carbon Monoxide Gas Detector Iowa Needs

September 9, 2018

Many of us use natural gas in our homes for heat, cooking, and warm water. However gas leaks can cause carbon monoxide build-up,…


Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors Save Lives in Cedar Rapids

September 8, 2018

It will be time to turn the clocks back and cooler temperatures will be here before we know it, which means it’s time to check o…


Where to Place CO Alarm in Your Cedar Rapids Home

September 7, 2018

Carbon monoxide detectors save lives every day. However, knowing where to place them in your Cedar Rapids home ca be tricky.


What You Need To Do if Your Gas Detector is Beeping

September 1, 2018

The thought that a colorless, tasteless, odorless, invisible gas can poison or kill you in your own office building or home is a…


5 Reasons Why You Need a Professional Smoke Detector Service for Your Home

August 31, 2018

Each year, people in Waterloo, Cedar Falls, Cedar Rapids, and Iowa City are killed by residential fires. The tragedy of this is …


7 Places to Install Your Carbon Monoxide Detector in Cedar Rapids

August 30, 2018

As a Cedar Rapids homeowner, you know you have to have carbon monoxide detectors in your home, but where should they go?