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Safety Tips

Break-in Prevention

  • Install deadbolt locks on all exterior entrances and shatterproof glass on windows.
  • Always make sure that all doors and windows are properly closed and locked at night and when you’re away from home.
  • Keep the radio on and use automated light timers to make it appear that someone is around when your premises are unoccupied.
  • Install peepholes so that you can look out at visitors before opening your door.
  • Never open the door to any strangers.
  • When traveling or vacationing, have a friend check on your home and pick-up any mail, flyers or brochures.
  • Organize a neighborhood watch program, and report any suspicious activity.
  • Install Trilex Security Alarm system today.

Fire Prevention

  • Maintain and properly use gas and electrical appliances.
  • Never leave food cooking unattended; turn off the burner if you have to leave.
  • Keep matches and lighters away from children.
  • Develop and practice a fire escape plan.
  • Install Trilex Security Smoke and Heat Detectors today.

Carbon Monoxide Protection

  • New ODS-equipped (oxygen depletion sensor) heaters are intended for indoor use.
  • Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions for ventilation.
  • Older generation heaters without an ODS are intended for outdoor use only and must never be used indoors.
  • Check your heating system, fire place, water heater, furnace, etc. checked for CO emission periodically.
  • Learn to recognize the flu-like symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning and see a doctor as soon as you can if you experience any of them.
  • Never run your vehicle engine for more than a few moments in a garage or other enclosed area, even if the door is open.
  • Install a Trilex Security Carbon Monoxide Detector Today.

Analyze Your Needs...

 

By completing the following questionnaire, you’ll help us establish the level of security you need. We will then be able to suggest a system adapted to your situation and needs.

 

 

Step 1 : Assessment of your current situation