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8 Key Questions To Ask When Researching Senior Living Options

Stephen Cieslukowski, President
8 Key Questions To Ask When Researching Senior Living Options
February 1, 2018, Minneapolis, Minnesota: To meet the growing needs of the 75 million baby boomers and their aging parents, many new independent living communities are now connected to long-term care facilities. There are options to transition from independent living to assisted living as needed, skilled nursing services, memory care

7 Ways To Safety-check Your Vendors

Stephen Cieslukowski, President
7 Ways To Safety-check Your Vendors
January 15, 2018, Minneapolis, Minnesota: We at Brothers Fire & Security believes that safety is paramount to our success. In fact, our current EMR safety rating is .86, which is amongst the industry’s best. Like we do, I’m confident that you work hard to ensure that your employees and customers

5 Things You Need To Know About Kitchen Hood Maintenance

Stephen Cieslukowski, President
5 Things You Need To Know About Kitchen Hood Maintenance
January 1, 2018, Minneapolis, Minnesota: Happy New Year 2018! To kick off the new year, I thought I’d blog about the hundreds of kitchen hood systems we have installed, serviced and inspected over the years. Here’s what you need to know about them. Let’s face it, a lot can go

10 Reasons To Coordinate All Your Inspections

Stephen Cieslukowski, President
10 Reasons To Coordinate All Your Inspections
December 15, 2017, Minneapolis, Minnesota: Here’s a tough, real-life lesson in what can happen when companies don't coordinate inspections. A fire and sprinkler alarm system for one of our former clients was monitored and serviced by another company. One day, the dry sprinkler system tripped because their current provider didn’t

Is Your Service Provider Cheaper Or Just Cheap?

Stephen Cieslukowski, President
Is Your Service Provider Cheaper Or Just Cheap?
December 1, 2017, Minneapolis, Minnesota:   I have a question for you: Is your service provider really cheaper or just cheap?   We understand that all businesses want to cut costs and budgets can be tight. But when emergencies happen or unexpected problems arise, cutting corners teaches you a big—and