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A Reference Guide for Fire Safety Tips

2/1/2020 (Permalink)

house fire Being able to escape quickly is much easier with a fire evacuation plan.

House fires are a leading concern amongst homeowners, and considering how frequently they occur, this concern is a valid one. House fires can quickly get out of hand and cause damage to property, belongings and livelihood.

Because house fires are such a universal worry, there is a plethora of information about how to prevent them and protect yourself. To make these safety tips easier to find, we have compiled a quick reference guide that has all the most pertinent house fire tips you should note.

Fire Safety Tips for Your Reference

Frequently Check Smoke Detectors. Smoke alarms are recommended again and again as the top measure for fire safety. Install them in every room of the house, check them every 30 days and consider getting a model that utilizes an interconnected alarm system for peak effectiveness.

Have a Fire Escape Plan. Designing a fire escape plan that is customized to your home is the best way to ensure you will be able to escape once a fire begins. It is advised to have two exits out of each room and to designate a meeting place outside of the home for everyone to go to.

Know How to Operate a Fire Extinguisher. There are several different types of fire extinguishers that can be purchased, so it is important to select the model most pertinent to your needs and be aware of how to operate it.

Never Leave Flames Unattended. Open flames are a part of everyday life, but it is important to not minimize the risk they pose just because they are common. Whether using fire for cooking, heating or candle-lighting, never leave a flame unattended and always be cautious that it does not spread.

Keep a Closed-Door Policy. It is not uncommon for fires to start in the middle of the night, so taking precautions in your nighttime routine is recommended. Shutting bedroom doors at night can significantly slow a fire’s spread, allowing everyone to have an extended reaction time and execute the escape plan.

If you’d like to learn more about protecting yourself from a house fire and how our restoration services can help you recover, get in touch today to learn more.

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