New Free Report
reveals how to protect buildings, property, and lives in case of fire!!
According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), between 2007 and 2011, U.S. fire departments responded to an average of 3,340 fires in office properties per year. These fires caused an average of $112 million annually in direct property damage.
What’s more, the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) reports that in 2014, there were nearly 1.3 million residential and commercial fires injuring 15,774 people and resulting in 3,275 deaths.
Now, in this free special report, you will discover how to make both your workplace and your
home safer … so that in case of fire, everyone can get out quickly and easily – unharmed and
- Why smoke detectors with audible alarms are not sufficient protection for your home, property, and pets.
- What’s the difference between panic hardware vs. fire exit hardware – and which is right for your building or home?
- Discover where in your building the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Life Safety Code requires fire exits to be installed.
- According to UL 305, what’s the maximum amount of force that should be required for a person to push open a fire exit door?
- The one type of fire protection system that gets you the biggest discount on your homeowner’s insurance.
- And so much more.
To claim your free fire safety report, just complete and submit the form at right – no cost or obligation of any kind.
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About the author:
Jim Turner is president of Electronic Security Specialists & Cabling, Inc. (ESSC), a company that designs, installs, and services structured cabling, fire alarm systems, and access control systems for both residential and commercial buildings.