Posts by Laurie Zoock

Smoke Alarm Monitoring Helps “Paws of War” Serve Veterans

Garden City, NY—Smoke Alarm Monitoring Helps “Paws of War” Serve Veterans Paws of War is a nonprofit co-founded by animal rescuer Robert Misseri. The organization combines support for our veterans with animal rescue services by training rescued dogs to assist veterans with PTSD and other disabilities and provide them with unconditional love. As an animal…

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Fire Prevention: Leaving Your Doors Open or Closed When Sleeping? A MUST watch!

From the UL Firefighter Safety  Institute: Should you sleep with your doors open or closed? This MUST WATCH video may surprise you! Do your smoke detectors work? Are they ionization or photoelectric? Click here for more information on the ONLY  patented, battery powered, cellular, photoelectric smoke detector that detects slow, smoldering smoke AND contacts 24/7 live dispatch…

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Smoke Detectors: The Latest in High-Tech

Interconnected Smoke Alarms

According to the National Fire Protection Association, in 2016, a residential fire occurred every 82 seconds. Smoke Alarm Monitoring, Inc. in Garden City, NY offers a high-tech, patented, photoelectric, battery-operated cellular smoke detector with lifetime warranty. Nothing else in the industry compares. It works right out of the box. No credit checks or contracts are…

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Does YOUR Smoke Detector Work? Your Family & Pets Are At Risk.

House on Fire? Smoke inhalation can kill people and pets before fire actually reaches them. The statistics are staggering. According to the National Fire Protection Association, “only 75% of home smoke detectors are working. In 2016, a residential fire occurred every 82 seconds, resulting in 3,390 civilian deaths, 14,650 civilian injuries, and 10.6 billion dollars…

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Pets Can’t Call 911!

Pets and Fire Safety We read about it all too often . . . a pet starts a fire when the owners are away and doesn’t survive. Material things can be replaced, but not our pets. They are part of our families. The statistics are staggering. According to the National Fire Protection Association, “only 75%…

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