Home fires are deadly. Within minutes, a fire in your home can damage your property, the structure, and threaten the lives of you and your loved ones.
While it’s impossible to completely prevent a house fire, there are plenty of ways you can drastically reduce the likelihood and potential damage to your home.
Without further ado, here are 5 of the best ways to prevent fire damage to your home.
Natural disasters have a big impact on small businesses, especially cash-strapped start-ups.
Not only will the business suffer, but the livelihood of the employees will be jeopardized as well.
And what’s more, roughly 40% of small businesses that were affected by natural disasters will never reopen, according to the American Red Cross.
Your business doesn’t have to be a statistic. With a little preparation, you can make your business’s chances of recovering from a natural disaster dramatically higher. Here’s what you need to know.
Did you know that more fires start in the kitchen than in any other part of the home? “Prevent Kitchen Fires” is the theme of this year’s Fire Prevention Week. Continue reading
As part of our services, we have the ability of using infrared thermography, which is a diagnostic technology that lets us visualize thermal imaging.
By using this Infrared imaging, our certified technicians can detect potential problems that may exist but are not apparent to the naked eye and can confirm those that are. We can capture these images and then make a documented report of our findings which can be provided to you. These reports allow us to more accurately provide you with quick cost effective solution. Continue reading
Answering some common questions about Fire Department Operations
Q. Why are windows broken or holes cut in the roof?
A. As a fire burns, it moves upward then outward. Breaking the windows and/or cutting holes in the roof (called ventilation) slows the damaging outward movement, Continue reading