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12 Quick Fire Safety Essentials

By | October 12th, 2017|Fire Safety|

There are probably dozens of fire prevention safety tips to share. Don't worry, this article will go into just a dozen of things that you can do to prevent a house fire. These were selected from my experience as the office safety, going through hundreds of homes, and studying the fire incident reports of house [...]

Fire Safety for the Home

By | September 6th, 2017|Fire Safety|

The U.S. Fire Administration reports that more than 403,000 home fires occurred in the U.S. in 2008, causing 2,780 deaths and more than 13,500 injuries.  Some fires are caused by issues related to the structure, such as lightning strikes, faulty wiring, furnace malfunctions, and other electrical and heating system-related mishaps. But most home fires are [...]

How to Protect Your Home and Electronics Against Lightning

By | May 25th, 2017|Bonding, electric, Fire Safety, Grounding|

Lightning is the "visible discharge of static electricity within a cloud, between clouds or between the earth and a cloud," as defined by Underwriters Laboratories. Lightning is unpredictable and a serious threat to buildings and their occupants virtually everywhere.This house in Fayetteville, AR, was ignited by lightning. Facts about lightning: Benjamin Franklin invented the first [...]

Barbeque Grilling Safety

By | April 6th, 2017|Fire Safety, Uncategorized|

As I walked my dog this past weekend I noticed several neighbors cooking outdoors and had the thought, we love our barbeque! I noticed grills close to homes on wooden decks under the roof overhang, in the front of the house on the sidewalk and grilling performed right at the opening of the garage. As [...]

Is Your Fireplace Up-To-Snuff?

By | November 28th, 2016|Blog, Fall Maintenance, Fire Safety, Health Issues, Home Maintenance, Monthly Special, Peace of Mind, renovation, safety, seasonal tips|

As fireplace season is approaching, so do the safety concerns. It is every homeowners responsibility to take precautionary measures that ensure the safety of kids, pets, and to prevent accidents. So, before you light the first fire of the season, make sure to read our fireplace safety tips and make sure your fireplace is up [...]