Life Safety Alarms

When it comes to the safety of your home and family, Mr. Locksmith offers a number of home safety alarms to protect you. These include:

  • Carbon Monoxide DetectorHeat detectors.
  • Carbon-monoxide Detectors.
  • Smoke detectors.
  • Natural gas detectors.
  • Radon gas detectors.

These home security devices save lives every year, and today are considered an essential part of any home security system. These security systems can be integrated into existing protection in your home, and carry no additional fees for monitoring. Mr. Locksmith has professionals with years of experience who can handle the complete installation of life safety alarms for you. There is nothing better than enjoying complete peace of mind in your residence.

Mr. Locksmith Recommends

It’s important to understand that life safety alarms inside your home are not heard outside of the house unless hardwired into your current system. Life safety alarms and smoke detectors, along with the other products offered above, need to be hooked-up to your overall security system. Mr. Locksmith recommends that these be hardwired into your overall home security system for the highest level of protection. When you’re not at home, the monitoring system for your home will notify you, and send the proper authorities to protect your home.

If you’re a pet owner, it’s especially important to protect your family member from smoke and carbon-monoxide while you are away from the premises. When you have all your life safety alarms integrated into a monitored system, your pet and home will remain safe when you’re not on the premises.

Reduction in Home Insurance

Today’s insurance companies recognize the overall benefits have having life safety alarm systems in homes. Because of this, they offer homeowners better discounts on home insurance than those who do not have life safety alarms installed.

Some insurance companies are refusing to underwrite certain homes, which do not have security systems installed on the premises and a monitoring system. This can affect your ability to mortgage a property, as homeowners insurance is required to receive a mortgage.