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What to Do About a Smoke Detector That’s Too Sensitive

On January 27, 2023, In smoke detection,

Your smoke detectors are designed to keep you and your family safe by alerting you to fires as soon as they start. While it’s important that your smoke detectors function properly, there can be issues when they’re a little too sensitive. If you’ve been dealing with your smoke detectors going…

How to Remove an Old Alarm System

Home security systems are crucial for keeping your property safe. It might make sense to upgrade your system from time to time, especially if your needs change or you’re interested in trying out newer features. Whatever the reason, replacing your security system requires careful consideration. Before installing a new system,…

How to Make Sure Your Pipes Don’t Freeze

On November 21, 2022, In Safety Tips,

Frozen water pipes are a common problem during those frigid New England winters. Freezing can cause a pipe to burst — a crack as small as 1/8″ can allow more than 250 gallons of water to escape in only one day. The flooding can result in thousands of dollars of…

Arm Stay vs. Arm Away

On November 15, 2022, In residential security, security, security systems,

Once you’ve installed your security system, it’s vital that you know how to use it. There are two primary modes on practically every standard security system that you should understand before activating your alarms — Arm Stay and Arm Away. Some systems label them as Armed Stay and Armed Away….

Changing Code on Honeywell Alarm

On November 15, 2022, In security, security systems,

A Honeywell alarm system protects your home from trespassers and burglars. An alarm acts as a deterrent, telling unauthorized individuals to stay away. It also reduces the potential damage caused by a break-in. Your alarm system is equipped with a code to keep your property safe. It’s essential to reset…

How to Test Carbon Monoxide Detectors

On November 10, 2022, In carbon monoxide,

When it comes to keeping your business or home safe, your first thought might be of dangers like fires and burglars. Yet carbon monoxide poisoning, also called “the silent killer,” is a common occurrence caused by the incomplete burning of carbon fuels like natural gas. Fortunately, carbon monoxide poisoning is…

How to Prevent Theft and Organized Crime in Your Retail Establishment

On October 27, 2022, In security,

Tips for Dealing With Theft in Retail Dealing with theft in retail is an inevitability. In fact, retail establishments lose billions of dollars each year to theft. That’s right, billions. While many establishments accept “shrinkage” as just a part of business, it doesn’t have to be — at least not…

Halloween Safety Tips For Your Home

  Here are our top 15 safety-first Halloween tips for all you homeowners. You’ll never wonder how to stay safe during Halloween again. Many people look forward to Halloween’s yummy treats, sneaky tricks and creative costumes. While it can be a delightful celebration, there is always a risk of things…

Types of Security Sensors for Your Home

On September 21, 2022, In residential security, security systems, surveillance,

As a homeowner, it’s your responsibility to keep you and your family safe from burglary, fires, and leaky pipes. At Wayne Alarm Systems, we offer various types of alarm sensors that can help you keep track of your property and give you peace of mind, whether you’re away, asleep, or…

Small Business Security Tips

On September 10, 2022, In Safety Tips,

In 2010 there were roughly 28 million small businesses in the entire United States of America. While this number has fluctuated within the past 6 years, the fact is that we have a ton of small businesses out there. As a small business owner, so much of your time, money,…

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