Carbon Monoxide: The Silent Threat explained by a Maryland Security Expert

As a homeowner, you are prepared for almost anything, right? You have a security system to alert yourself and the proper authorities of burglaries. You have smoke detectors that do the same in case of fire. So you are covered, right? Well, not quite…


What many homeowners fail to prepare for is actually one of the biggest threats of all: Carbon Monoxide. So what makes CO such a threat? For starters, CO is both silent and odorless, meaning that without the right detection system in place, you could be completely unaware of the impending danger.


So do the right thing and have Carbon Monoxide Detectors installed in your home. For starters, every floor of your home should be equipped with at least one carbon monoxide detector. It is the best and only way to protect you and your loved ones from the very real threat of Carbon Monoxide poisoning. These detectors are designed to go off long before symptoms show up in humans. And the best CO detectors, like the ones from Chesapeake Systems Services (CSS), are linked to your existing security system to alert both your family and the proper authorities of the incident at hand.


Carbon Monoxide Detectors from Chesapeake Systems Services


With CSS’ alarm monitoring service, a trained dispatcher will actively monitor your home 24 hours-a-day, 365 days-a-year. And CSS security systems can include CO detectors, which, when triggered, alert you to the presence of CO in your home and notify one of our dispatchers to call for emergency help.


Early detection is a lifesaver.


If you have any questions about Security Systems or wish to set up a consultation with one of our security experts, please contact Chesapeake Systems Services, Inc. – an authorized dealer – by calling 800-205-4909 or click here today!


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