Does your business need environmental sensors?

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One of the things that many people overlook when it comes to their business is maintaining their environment. While safety is always an issue, they should also be concerned with environmental factors that may affect their business. When it comes to manufacturing, certain types of products may need to be kept at a specific temperature. The same is true for schools and healthcare facilities. Temperature is not the only environmental factor that companies monitor. They also use environmental sensors to detect too much or too little moisture. Extreme temperature changes must also be monitored.

In this post, we describe some of the types of businesses that can benefit from environmental sensor systems – does yours fall into one of these categories?

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How Freezing Temperature Sensors Can Prevent Frozen Pipes

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Do you know the only thing worse than dealing with a flooded basement?

Dealing with a flooded basement in February.

We’re not saying that every frozen pipe is doomed to burst and fill your home with water. But we can tell you that water damage from burst pipes is one of the most common homeowner’s insurance claims.

You can avoid that trouble this winter by installing a freezing temperature sensor. But in the meantime, let’s look at what to do when your pipes freeze.

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Why You Should Have Environmental Sensors in Your Home

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You’re a conscientious homeowner. You shovel your walk after every snowstorm, clean your gutters every fall and replace the batteries in your smoke alarms every six months.

It’s steps like these that make you a responsible citizen and keep your loved ones safe. But these aren’t the only things you can do to protect your home.

By adding environmental sensors to your home, you can protect your property and – more importantly – protect your family. Here’s how:

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Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips | Gas Safety Systems

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Created when fuels such as oil, wood and coal don’t fully burn, carbon monoxide is a gas that’s colorless, odorless, invisible, and deadly.

Also known as “CO,” carbon monoxide is fatal to humans and pets alike, and kills hundreds of Americans each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

But there are ways you can guard against carbon monoxide. Read on to learn more about the effects of CO poisoning, and the Bucks County gas safety systems such as carbon monoxide detectors that can protect you and your loved ones.

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