On Thanksgiving, people across the country will be getting together to eat more than 700 million pounds of turkey. This much turkey means that there will be a lot of food preparation and cooking done in the couple days leading up to Thanksgiving. As you start preparing your Thanksgiving meal, it is very important to use good practices for food safety and cooking safety to avoid fires.
Plenty of myths camouflage the facts when it comes to the usefulness of fire sprinklers. We’ll freshen up the murky waters by separating fact from myth.
Smoke particles can be composed of varying toxic elements. Although difficult to eliminate, smoke odors can be removed with a little knowledge and a lot of concentrated effort. See how.
Commercial properties, such as restaurants, hospitals, schools and offices, are continually at risk for fire. Flames burst out unexpectedly, especially inside commercial buildings that house… Read More »Commercial Fire Damage Restoration – FAQ
Take the necessary actions to tend to water damage after a fire has been extinguished and you can avoid additional property damage and costly expenses.
A fire is a frightening experience for anyone involved, but if you think the dangers are over once the flames have been extinguished, you’re wrong. The black residue covering walls, ceilings, and furnishings is not only ugly and hard to clean, but it’s a health hazard. Learn more about the hidden dangers of soot …
In the recent NBC drama, This is Us – Jack dies in a fire which was caused by a CrockPot slow cooker. This is great made-for-TV drama, but brings up a few reminders for all electric appliances. Fire Safety – Electrical Inspection Tips – watch the ServiceMaster Restore Video.
The immediate aftermath of a fire is an overwhelming time and it’s hard to know where to begin. These tips can help you navigate those early days with a minimum of frustration and confusion.
House fires are almost always unexpected. Because they do not give much of a warning, you must react immediately if a fire breaks out in… Read More »Fire Safety Tips – Practicing Fire Evacuation Plan with Home Fire Drill