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"The Silent Killer".  The nickname given to Carbon Monoxide due to its ordorless and invisible characteristics, or lack there of.

Think about it.  You invest money into a quality security system installed by your security company.  You're covered if your doors or windows are compromised, if smoke starts to accumulate, if there is motion in a certain area and much more.  You can even keep an eye on your home while you're away with remote video monitoring.

GE Security's Carbon Monoxide Detector


This could all be for not if you don't install Carbon Monoxide Detectors.  This is a real issue.  It's not something that you want to neglect.

Carbon Monoxide is created by many common appliances and equipment in your home.  Those that use oil, wood, natural gas, propane, coal and more are potential sources.

In an article in Security Products, and courtesy of the Home Safety Council, the following facts were discussed:

  • According to the CDC, 450 people die and there are nearly 21,000 exposures each year.
  • Symptoms of Carbon Monoxide poisoning are similar to that of the flu--headache, dizziness, nausea and shortness of breath.
  • If your Carbon Monoxide alarm sounds, open any doors and windows that you can, and call 911 immediately.
  • And please don't rely on your smoke detector for Carbon Monoxide detection or vice versa.

So please contact your security company to have a Carbon Monoxide Detector installed today.  If you'd like One Source Security & Automation to visit for a Free Security Assessment, please click here.

Or if you have general questions, feel free to Contact Us.


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Remote monitoring with iSee Video in the Lakes of New Hampshire

You’re seated at the end of the dock with your toes dangling in the crystal clear water of Lake Winnipesaukee, with your lakeside cottage nestled behind you in a secluded corner of this aquatic marvel in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire.

You should be at complete ease--you recently made a wise investment in a quality video surveillance system for your home.  This, in and of itself, should provide you with the peace of mind that comes with a blissful vacation. 

But, even though your security company set up your residential CCTV system properly, you still feel a hint of helplessness while you’re on respite in the granite state.

Enter remote video monitoring.  iSee Video to be exact.  Via your smart phone or computer:


  • Monitor people on or near your property
  • Keep tabs on your nannie or cleaning service
  • Make sure the family pet is content
  • Receive emails of occurrences

You can not only watch live streams, but iSee Video will automatically email you video when there is an alarm.  Also, your home security system can alert you when your children return home from school by sending you the video update.

The best part:  it's affordable and achievable.  Years ago, this was a luxury not being taken advantage of by many.  Now, if you've already got home security cameras along with your security system, or were thinking of installing them, a smart phone or a computer is all you need.

iSee Video works with any web-enabled cell phone such as an iPhone, Razr, LG or PDA.  No special software is necessary and there are no limitations on your PC operating system.  It works with Windows XP, Vista, Apple OS, Linux on any standard web browser.

So keep your toes in the water and watch your cat back at home--your vacation will be just puuuurrrrr-fect!

Click here for more information and to RECEIVE A DISCOUNT ON MONTHLY MONITORING.

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