Knox HomeBox

Quick and Secure Access in Emergency Situations

Great Falls Fire Rescue has announced the availability of the Knox HomeBox for residents in the Great Falls community. The Knox HomeBox provides first responders with rapid and secure access when dealing with elderly, chronically ill, and homebound individuals during emergencies.

Related: Great Falls Fire Rescue Responds To A Surge In Calls

Reducing Forced Entry and Damage Repairs

One of the key benefits of the Knox HomeBox is its ability to significantly reduce the need for forced entry, thereby minimizing the resulting damage and subsequent repair costs. This solution ensures that first responders can swiftly reach those in need without causing unnecessary damage to the property.

No Costly Monitoring Fees

Unlike some alternatives, the Knox HomeBox has the added advantage of not requiring costly monitoring fees. Great Falls residents can now enhance their emergency preparedness without the burden of ongoing expenses.

How to Get the Knox HomeBox

For those interested in obtaining more information on the Knox HomeBox, visit Additionally, a comprehensive video showcasing the features of the Knox HomeBox can be found here.

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Contact Information

For any inquiries or questions regarding the Knox HomeBox, residents are encouraged to contact any Great Falls Fire Rescue's Fire Prevention Bureau member at 406-727-8070. Take a proactive step towards ensuring the safety of your loved ones and your community with the Knox HomeBox.

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