Personal & Home

The outlook for someone who has sustained a sudden cardiac arrest is bleak. Without treatment within minutes, it is often fatal. However, all is not lost. With an automated external defibrillator (AED), the level of care an ordinary citizen can provide has increased to that of trained personnel. AED Advantage is a leading provider of AEDs, particularly home AED kits and personal AEDs. We also provide AED replacement parts to maintain your existing AED and aim to meet your needs at affordable prices.

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Can You Have An AED At Home?

Yes you can have a personal AED for your home! Will a cardiac arrest strike you as you race down the stairs, or will it happen when you’re in the bathroom, half way through that Saturday morning shave? While AEDs are often on display at sporting arenas and fitness centres, this device can be kept and used in any home setting.

If you have a working knowledge of how AEDs work and where best to position one, then a home AED unit could be a great and lifesaving addition to your family and or home business.

Buy An AED For Home Or Personal Use From AED Advantage

Here at AED Advantage we are committed to providing you with the best possible AED solution for your home or home office, cabin or RV This is why we only sell and recommend products we have tested and have confidence in. Our exceptional customer service means that if you have any questions about using your personal AED, you can contact us and get all of your questions answered directly by an expert, who has years of experience helping people just like you. 

Where Should I Put My Home AED?

The most important thing in an emergency is to be able to locate your Automated External Defibrillator right away. Having it in a drawer or cabinet, great for storage but not for locating something quickly when every second matters.

If you’re thinking about purchasing an AED for your home, you may be wondering where you should put it. It can be a difficult decision, these guidelines can help:

  1. A highly visible area;
  2. An easily accessible area; and
  3. A frequently occupied area.