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    Carbon Monoxide Protection

      Protect your family from the dangers of the "silent killer."

      Carbon Monoxide (CO) is the leading cause of accidental poisoning deaths in America. Many people do not know they are suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning until it is too late. Victims exposed to high levels of CO can become seriously ill or die within 15 minutes. ADS installed carbon monoxide detectors are integrated with your security system and are monitored 24/7.

      Detection

      Carbon monoxide detectors sound an alarm if CO is detected to allow your family time to safely evacuate the home.

      Around the clock monitoring

      Wireless detectors are integrated with your security system and monitored 24/7. If CO or technical issues are detected, our Monitoring Center will quickly act to alert you and the authorities.


      The UL-listed, CSAA Five Diamond certified ADS Monitoring Center


       ADS Monitored Carbon Monoxide Detector in white

       

       

      Existing systems

      We can install detectors that are connected to your existing security system that will provide you with an unmatched level of protection from carbon monoxide poisoning.

      Wireless design

      Many security systems can be integrated with wireless detectors that preserve the beauty of your home, while protecting your loved ones. There are no unsightly holes to drill or wires to run.

       

        Stay smart, know the facts

          CO is a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas and can kill within 15 minutes.

          On average, 170 people die in the US each year from CO produced by non-automotive products.

          Several thousand people go to the emergency room each year to be treated for CO poisoning.

          Be aware of the symptoms: nausea, headache, fatigue, shortness of breath and dizziness.

          Source: Center for Disease Control

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