Posts Tagged ‘Honeywell Security and Fire’

Don’t Make Customers Choose Between Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detection

Mark Okeefe by Mark Okeefe | 06.15.2017

People want to feel safe in their own homes.  And when considering life safety, people seem to intuitively understand the value of smoke detection.  After all, it’s logical that in the event of a fire, you’d want to get out of your home as quickly as possible. But the value of monitored carbon monoxide detection […]

Apartment Dwellers Deserve Alarm Systems, Too!

Jacqi Levy by Jacqi Levy | 06.12.2017

When I started graduate school, I moved across the country to a city that I didn’t know. I had been on my own for a number of years before heading back to school, so I had an adult’s taste in apartments. However, going back to school full time left me with only a student’s budget […]

NFPA Awards DiNenno Prize to the Creators of VESDA

Samir Jain by Samir Jain | 06.08.2017

During this week’s National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Conference & Expo in Boston, the NFPA awarded this year’s Philip J. DiNenno prize to the original inventors of Very Early Smoke Detection Apparatus (VESDA), Dr. Martin Cole, John Petersen and David Packham. NFPA also commended deceased co-inventor and passionate advocate Len Gibson. VESDA technology samples the […]

Six Reasons to Take a Fresh Look at Honeywell Fire Protection Systems

Jacqi Levy by Jacqi Levy | 06.05.2017

At Honeywell, our focus on fire protection systems is one of the many important ways that we work to keep people safe every day. So, it’s important to us that we’re constantly innovating to provide consumers with the latest technology. In the early part of this year, we’ve been busy updating our fire protection portfolio. […]

How Video Doorbell Users Deal with Unexpected Guests

Kevin Piel by Kevin Piel | 05.25.2017

The doorbell: Then and now The ring of a doorbell. For previous generations, this was a welcome sound, notifying homeowners that someone had come to call. Unexpected guests were welcomed with a smile, and often invited in for food, refreshments or just to visit. Today, it’s a different story. The doorbell is an interruption, and […]