Fire & Smoke Damage
Possible Ignition Sources
While some people routinely ignore that dead battery in their smoke detector, do not keep an operational fire extinguisher in their home or business, or simply don’t think about lint build up in their dryer vent, by taking a few precautionary measures most home/business fires can be prevented, saving you and your loved ones from a life altering and possibly fatal event. Do not put these issues on the back burner.
Kitchen Fires – If you are cooking anything that involves grease, an open flame or the oven you should remain in or near the kitchen to prevent an incident before it occurs.
Chimney Fires – Before you light your fire place or wood burning stove for the first time each season you should have your chimney inspected by a licensed professional to ensure that there are minimal creosote deposits.
Electrical & Appliance Fires – Perform regular inspection, cleaning and maintenance on all electrical lines, outlets, and appliances throughout the home including power cords to items such as lamps and televisions as well as kitchen appliances. It is also a great precautionary measure to have your dryer vent cleaned on a regular basis because it reduces the risk of fire as well as improves the efficiency of your dryer, saving you time on laundry and money on the electricity bill.
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