The Positive Realist

Hi there! I’m a Commercial Fire & Security Alarm salesman  by day, and occasionally a funeral and wedding singer by night, I am also a County Delegate, CERT instructor for my city, Karate instructor, Musician, Artist, and this is my blog. I live in Salt Lake City and I am married to a beautiful Guatemalan women named Lizeth and we have 5 children, we have a great dog named Luna and she can  jump about 6 feet in the air while turning in a circle sideways which is quite impressive, Sushi is my favorite food.

 

I pride myself in being a reasonable person. We have been through quite the process with immigration to get my wife a visa and straighten out her paperwork and status so we know the challenges associated with the process.

 

I read quite a bit and I find that many authors write for specific audiences and sometimes people writing about issues like immigration tend to use very complicated words and after you start reading you get to the second paragraph and it is either too hard to understand or too boring so you stop reading the article. I try to keep my writing simple and as far as the immigration issue goes I of course am biased because my wife almost got deported and we went through years of applying for visas. We filed 29 forms during that time and we still have a long road to go. My written Spanish is not the best although I strive to convey the information that is needed as best as I can. I said I am biased yet my wife and I both feel that the US has laws for a reason and she was perfectly willing to take responsibility and do whatever it took to abide by those laws. Having said that we understand how hard it is for other people having gone through much turmoil.

http://www.larryloveutah.com

Click on Immigration at the top and you will find quite a bit of free information as well as some other items are that are quite reasonable.

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CO and CO2 detectors are not the same

Peak Alarm is the Leader in Utah

CO detectors (Carbon Monoxide) and CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) are completely different. You can buy inexpensive $45 dollar CO detectors at a hardware store but they do not tie into a system they just sound locally. A system detector will cost around $100-$150 and a carbon Dioxide CO2 detector/sensor can run over $500-$700 each.

A Methane & Propaine detector can run over $120-$180

A Nitrogen Dioxide detector can run over $700-$800

A Combustable gas detector can run over $500-$700

A Hydragen Gas Detector can run $400-$600

An Ammonia NH3 Detector can run over $700

An NO2 Nitrogen Dioxide detector can run over $700-$800

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