When home fire sprinklers are used with working smoke alarms, your chances of surviving a fire are greatly increased. Soon you may need to fire up the furnace so it is important to have your system professionally inspected, cleaned and serviced. Before plugging in your space heaters for the first time be sure to inspect the cords to be sure there is no frayed wires.
Having working smoke alarms in your home give you precious time to escape a home fire alive. November, December and January account for a larger percentage of residential structure fires than any other months in the year.
These stats show that is is incredibly important for pet parents to take fire safety precautions in our homes. According to a joint press release by the National Fire Protection Association and the American Kennel Club, Chris and Kay Wardlow of Oklahoma know the importance of fire safety all too well.


Their curious dog Lucy was home alone and spied a cake on the top of their stove.  As Lucy tried to get a taste, her paw accidentally hit the stove knob and turned on the gas burner that was under the cake pan. Lucy’s story was only one of about 9,999 other similar stories where pets accidentally started fires in their homes.
Place pet rescue stickers on your windows to alert rescue personnel that animals are inside your home. In addition to these tips, the American Kennel Club also says to beware of leaving a glass water bowl on a wooden deck. Following all of the tips in this post should give you peace of mind knowing that you’re doing everything possible to keep your family and your home safe from accidental fires. Sign up today to receive Happy Tails, our free monthly newsletter filled with expert pet care tips and promos. Caution everyone to stay low to the floor when escaping from fire and never to open doors that are hot.


Unfortunately, candles can lead to home fires when they are left unattended and ignite nearby combustibles. Take the mystery out of fire play by teaching your children that fire is a tool, not a toy. As the weather beings to change, here are some helpful fire safety reminders from the Asheville Fire Department. Have any alternative heating sources checked out as well, such as fireplaces and wood-burning stoves.
Use safety caps to cover all unused outlets, especially if there are small children in the home.



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