Whether you’re renovating the entire house, updating your kitchen or installing a new home theater, before you get started be sure you have a complete fire alarm system in place. Here’s why:
Before renovating your home, consider having a professional alarm company install a temporary but thorough central fire alarm system that protects all areas of your home with a heat sensor, including attics, garages, and crawl spaces. Once construction is complete and before you move into the space, you’ll want to replace the temporary system with a permanent central fire alarm system that includes smoke detectors in all finished living spaces and heat sensors in all attic, garage, and crawl spaces.
At Chubb, we look for ways to do more for our clients, like providing risk engineering recommendations that can help you take steps to prevent losses from happening in the first place. Chubb Risk Consultants are also available to provide guidance throughout the home assessment process, addressing alarm systems and other measures that can be used to reduce the risk of fire in your home and keep you, your family, and your new (or updated) home safe.
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