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We can provide a range of high quality security & home automation products and services for both the Home and Business. 

 

CWC Security strives to maintain the highest standards of design, installation, and project management for security, and communication installations by providing training for our employees to perform their work safely and efficiently. We offer a wide range of commercial and home security services to the Long Island and the  New York  area.

 

We will achieve continued business expansion by growing our client base and diversifying the services we offer. As our clients’ operations are positively impacted by our services, our business will prosper. Every aspect of CWC Security, LLC. is designed to add value and deliver an urgent response to your changing needs with the right technology, custom-configured solutions, innovative extranet tools, technical expertise, specialized services and ongoing support.

 

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Fire Alarms System & Maintanace

 

Annual Fire Inspections & Testing... Please contact us for annual fire inspection.. - Clean ,Test  & Verify system works correctly... 

Nassau County Fire Marshals
NFPA

Is your smoke alarm still working? A smoke alarm with a dead or missing battery is the same as having no smoke alarm at all. A smoke alarm only works when it is properly installed and regularly tested. Take care of your smoke alarms according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Below are some general maintenance tips.

 

Smoke alarm powered by a nine-volt battery

 * Test the alarm monthly.

 * Replace the batteries at least once every year.

 * Replace the entire smoke alarm every 10 years.

Smoke alarm powered by a 10-year lithium (or “long-life”) battery

 * Test the alarm monthly.

 

 * Since you cannot (and should not) replace the lithium battery, replace the entire smoke alarm according to the manufacturer's instructions.

Smoke alarm that is hardwired into your home's electrical system

 * Test the alarm monthly.

 * Replace the backup battery at least once every year.

 * Replace the entire smoke alarm every 10 years.

 

National Fire Prevention Week

National Fire Prevention Week is observed in the United States and Canada, during the week (from Sunday to Saturday) in which October 9 falls.

In the United States, the first Presidential proclamation of Fire Prevention Week was made in 1925 by President Calvin Coolidge. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) continues to be the international sponsor of the week.

 

 

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