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Conscientious fire systems professionals realize they not only need to keep abreast of current codes and standards but also keep their ear to the ground to be prepared when requirements change. Cut through…


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Vermont has updated its statewide adoption of NFPA 1, Uniform Fire Code, and NFPA 101, Life Safety Code, to the 2006 edition of the codes. July 01, 2009

Because people's homes can be part of their lives for many years, renovation is often undertaken to transform the living space to make it more aesthetically pleasing, functional or to serve new requirements. Whether it involves remodeling kitchens, bathrooms or other living spaces, renovation can be mind-bending. April 30, 2009

Security integrators and dealers are presented with new opportunities after the recently-passed American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 has allocated a lump sum of $53.6 billion to the U.S. Department of Education. March 10, 2009

System Sensor has launched a new carbon monoxide (CO) online resource to coincide with the release of its new CO1224T CO detector with RealTest. January 06, 2009

The need to protect customers in specialized markets is often at odds with fire code and ... December 31, 2008

Despite multiple forces conspiring against it, the residential market still holds lots of opportunity — if you know where and how to look for it. SSI’s 2009 Residential Market Report provides you with the keys and tools for success ... December 31, 2008

Monitoring fees have decreased, credit is tight, new home construction has slowed, people are losing their homes, disposable income has disappeared and retail is slumping. It seems the only good news for residential installing security contractors these days is that gas prices have hit their lowest levels in recent years; but how long will that last? December 31, 2008

In years past alarm technicians operated under the assumption that combination burglar/fire alarm panels were not allowed on commercial fire jobs. One reason is that many ... November 30, 2008

Nine people died each day in structural fires in the United States in 2007 — 3,430 people in that year. And while there was a 5.2 percent decrease of reported fires during 2007, property damage climbed significantly by 29.5 percent from 2006. However, the industry’s recent efforts to legislate better fire protection — taking advantage of improved technologies — have spurred changes in fire code that will help reduce the loss of lives and property. October 31, 2008

The need for quality, code-compliant fire alarms has never been greater. The proper operation ... October 31, 2008


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