Posts Categorized: Fire Safety Advice

Thanksgiving Fire Safety

Did you know that Thanksgiving is the peak day for home cooking fires? According the NFPA, U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated 1,570 home cooking fires on Thanksgiving. Stay safe this Thanksgiving and be cautious when you’re cooking to prevent home fires. Don’t Leave Your Cooking Unattended Unattended cooking is the leading contributing factor… Read more »

Fire Prevention Week 2019

Fire Prevention Week is October 6th-12th 2019. During Fire Prevention Week, take time to learn how to stay safe in case of a fire. Fires can be extremely destructive. Learning how to prevent fires is extremely important for your safety and the safety of those around you. FPW is observed on the week of the… Read more »

How to Handle a Car Fire

According to the National Fire Protection Associate about 152,300 automobile fires occurred each year between 2006 and 2010. Automobile fires are something you should be well informed on and prepared to handle. We have compiled a list of tips and tricks on how to handle a car fire in the event that it happens to… Read more »

Spring Cleaning Can Prevent Fires

Spring cleaning isn’t just an opportunity to spruce up your digs and get rid of unneeded items, but it also can have a more significant benefit: preventing fires. Sure, it’s normal to have accumulated quite a few items over the year and to want to ignore that corner of boxes with unwanted items, but these… Read more »

Most Common Types of Residential Fires

Most Common Types of Residential Fires

Regardless of where you live, there are always pending fire risks in both homes and apartments. It’s important to know what the most common types of residential fires are so you can understand how to prevent them. Kitchen Fire The most common type of fire in the United States is called a “kitchen fire.” The… Read more »