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Commercial Fire Alarm Systems

Published August 18, 2020

Fire alarm systems are at least an order of magnitude more challenging to understand than homeowner-type smoke alarms, even if individual smoke alarms within the home are wired together to work in concert. Fire alarm work must not be taken for granted because if a system should fail to respond to a smoke or heat […]

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7 Tips to Protect Your Business or Home During an Extended Shutdown

Published August 15, 2020

The current COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented disruptions to all aspects of our lives. While the ‘shelter in place’ orders are being slowly lifted, there are still security issues to be considered.

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Jade Wire June 2020

Published June 18, 2020

THE VALUE OF HAVING A JADE ALARM’S TRUE DIGITAL RADIOFOR YOUR ALARM COMMUNICATION LINK Per internet Headlines…Large number of T-Mobile, Sprint, AT&T and Verizon customers across the country said they were experiencing outages with their cell service Monday. IN 1983 JADE ALARM INSTALLED ITS FIRST COMMUNICATION TOWER IN THIS AREA AND IN 2008 WE WERE […]

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Jade Wire May 2020

Published May 20, 2020

THE VALUE OF YOUR JADE ADDRESS LOCATOR SIGN& JADE WINDOW DECALSA well-known local restaurateur shared the following story with us: One of his customers was in their car after enjoying an afternoon lunch at the restaurant. The customer observed a vehicle entering and parking in the lot and 2 men exiting the vehicle. These men […]

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Jade Wire January 2020

Published January 17, 2020

This past Sunday January 12th, (yes, Chiefs Victory Sunday!), our Central Station received an un-expected opening at 17:13 hours (5:13pm). This meant the alarm system had been disarmed during a time not setup in our computer system – this was unexpected as the company’s CFO, Jerry, had called in ahead to let our Central Station […]

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