Electrical Shock In Water

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How to Protect Yourself Against Electrical Shock in Water Summertime often leads to water activities which involve swimming and boating in lakes and oceans. While out on the water many people take safety precautions against drowning, but not as many people take precautions for electrical shock drownings. NFPA reports that, “electrical shock drownings can occur when marina electrical systems leak … Read More

Pet Preparedness Month

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Keep Your Pets Safe in the Event of an Emergency Most of us spend so much time with our pets that we think of them as members of our family. But, many of us don’t think about what happens to our pets in the event of an emergency. This is why June is National Pet Preparedness Month, to start up … Read More

Grilling Fires

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Make Sure That You Grill Safely This Summer Memorial Day is the unofficial summer kick off, which means that we are now in the midst of BBQ season! In the US 7 out of 10 adults have either a grill or smoker. These statistics mean that while there are a lot of tasty meals being grilled in the summer, there … Read More

Home Fire Sprinkler Week

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May 19 – 25, 2019 Each year NFPA holds a National Home Fire Sprinkler Week. This is because the majority of fire related deaths in America occur in the home. This week allows NFPA to bring light to this issue and allows people all over the country to talk about the solution. During the week of May 19th “fire departments, … Read More

Campfire Safety

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Make Sure You Are Safe This Summer! Summer is almost here and camping season is officially upon us! One of the best things about summer is being able to sit around a campfire, roasting s’mores, and telling stories. But, these great summer moments have the potential to turn into dangerous fire and life safety situations. Before going camping make sure … Read More

What Are Fire Classes?

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The 5 Fire Classes and How to Extinguish Them Fires come in all shapes and sizes. There are a lot of variables that determine how a fire starts, grows, and is put out. These variables organize fires into five fire classes; Class A (Ordinary Combustibles), Class B (Flammable Liquids and Gasses), Class C (Electrical), Class D (Flammable Metals), Class K … Read More

Employee Appreciation

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Thank You to All of the IFS Team Members! Whoa, this year has gone by fast! We are officially in spring and that means that it is time for our second annual Employee Appreciation week. We know that our entire team works hard throughout the year to ensure that we are a strong and efficient company. Because of this, it … Read More

Blog Post Highlights

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Take a Look at Our Blog Archive’s We have been putting out weekly blogs for the past year and a half. These blogs range from various fire and life safety topics that we hope can help educate our customers. The blog is also a great way for us to share important updates about our company. So far we have accumulated … Read More

15 Years in Business!

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Happy Anniversary to Us and Our Customers Integrated Fire Systems, Inc. (IFS) was opened in April 2004 by two couples. One couple owned and operated a fire sprinkler installation company and the other couple owned and operated a fire alarm installation company. Together, they wanted an innovated one stop shop that could monitor, test, and inspect the fire sprinkler and … Read More

Spring Time and Fire and Life Safety

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It’s Time to Reset for Spring! Spring is officially here tomorrow, March 20th, 2019. The new change in season brings a reminder for getting all of your fire and life safety needs in order. The time in-between the start of Daylight Savings and the first day of spring is a great time to do the following: Test Smoke Alarms Test … Read More