Recent SStorms Highlight the Need for Fire Protection System Vigilance

Storms have been rolling through the state of Georgia over the last few days, and the presence of lightning and downed power lines have served as a reminder that Atlanta residents must be vigilant about preventing and controlling fires.

Suspect Arrested for Arson of Involving Former MLB Player’s Home

Protecting your home from arson is a difficult task, but one way to ensure the security of your family and property is to consult with an Atlanta alarm company about the fire alarm monitoring options available to you.

Fire Prevention Measures for Automotive Businesses

A recent fire at a transmission service center near downtown Atlanta serves as a reminder that there’s no such thing as having too much fire protection.

Fire at Auto Repair Shop Near Downtown Atlanta

As the summer approaches, it’s imperative that property owners get in touch with an Atlanta alarm company.

Protect Your Family During Tornado Season

If you’ve been following the news lately, you’re probably aware that massive tornados have touched down in the Oklahoma City area, resulting in dozens of lives lost and likely hundreds of millions in damage. Atlanta is no stranger to tornados either.

Lesser-Known Facts About Electrical Fires

We’ve written in the past about some basic steps you can take to reduce the risk of an electrical fire in your home. However, you may be unaware that loose power outlets and broken appliances aren’t the only hazards that can result in disaster.

Emergency Preparedness: Foods

If you’re an Atlanta resident looking to ensure that your family and household are prepared for emergencies, you should put a lot of thought into setting aside a stock of food and provisions.

Two Killed in House Fire Near Augusta, Georgia

Possibly the worst thing that can happen to the home of any Georgia resident is a fire that destroys the property and endangers the lives of its occupants.

Fire in Newman, Georgia, Kills mother, Four Children

A mother and four children under the age of five were killed in a fire at a Newman, Georgia, home on Saturday, April 27.

Tips for Preventing Electrical Fires

Electrical fires can be a common problem, especially in older homes with aging electrical systems.