Pet Fire Safety: Protect Your Four-Legged Friends
Did you know? The U.S. Fire Administration estimates a total of 500,000 pets are affected by fires annually. Read more of this article to protect your pets. Continue reading Pet Fire Safety: Protect Your Four-Legged Friends
Top Causes For Fire In Homes and Businesses
Fires are destructive, but do you know you the top causes for fire in homes and businesses and how they can be avoided? Read more for prevention tips. Continue reading Top Causes For Fire In Homes and Businesses
Dryer fires peak at an all time high in the month of January: Fire can occur when the lint builds up in the exhaust ducts or in the dryer itself.
The usual outcome of the extra heat building up is a residential or commercial fire due to lint blocking the required air flow. Continue reading Dryer Fires Peak At An All Time High In the Month of January
The Dangers Of Hoarding During This Holiday Season
Holidays are an exciting time for families and friends to reconnect with one another. The dangers of hoarding during this Holiday Season is great and for those who hoard, this holiday season will be difficult one.
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Flame To A Fire: Candle Safety Inside Your Home
Christmas is right around the corner and I am sure you can’t wait to put up your Christmas tree, your decorations and those sweet smelling candles around your house. When making your home festive, make sure not to put your family in danger. According to the NCS, nearly 10,000 house fires are caused each year by candles. Continue reading Flame To A Fire: Candle Safety Inside Your Home
How Often Should I Change My Smoke Alarm?
Fire prevention and smoke alarms go hand in hand. Checking the smoke alarm in your home is the last thing on your mind. With a busy life, who has time to check the replacement date of your fire alarm… oh, you didn’t know your smoke alarm has to be replaced?
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Fire Pit Safety
Summer evenings keep us outdoors longer. Many summer evenings get cooler once the sun has set and a popular way of keeping warm is by using a fire pit in your backyard. As enjoyable as fire pit can be, it is important to be aware of fire pit safety. Flames can get out of control in a snap. Follow these guidelines to keep you, your family and your home safe while using your fire pit. Continue reading Fire Pit Safety