Recent Posts by Stephen Cieslukowski, President

Senior Living: Have Fire Extinguisher, Will Travel

It’s inevitable that you or someone you love will move into an independent or assisted living community, rehabilitation or memory care facility. Over 1.3 million people move into nursing homes and 713,000 currently move into residential care communities each year, according to the Family Caregiver Alliance. The American Senior Communities advocacy group says that while 76 percent of residents in assisted living communities moved there from their own home, apartment or a family residence, some seniors move after an unexpected hospital stay or rehab—meaning the family may not be adequately prepared for the move.
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Wishing You a Happy, Safe and Secure Christmas

The holiday season is here with family gatherings, office parties, cooking, shopping, and travel. As you hang the lights, pick out a Christmas tree, wrap the gifts and take a break from the office, here are safety tips to make sure your holiday is safe, secure and worry-free.
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A Commitment to Safety & Security

One aspect of Brothers Fire and Security that sets it apart from its competition is the fact that it is a solution-based provider. “We understand our customers and their needs,” says Cieslukowski. “If we’re working with a traditional fire sprinkler company and already providing it with a very high level of service, we can also take care of its monitoring, alarms and extinguishers. We can provide a high level of product on a wide scale for that company, and simplify the process.”
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SWITCH FROM ANALOG TO CELLULAR MONITORING FOR BEST RESULTS

Remember when there was phone jack in every room? Those days are fading into the past as landlines are following the same path to the technology trash heap as the pay phone. Why be a prisoner to your analog fire alarm panel’s software when the new cellular technology delivers more control, better reliability and best results?
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