Blogs in July 2015

According to the National Fire Protection Association, U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated 346,800 home structure fires per year between 2015-2019...Continue Reading

You’ve suffered a fire, and finances aren’t looking so great… Your idea: Save a few bucks on fire restoration by handling some of the cleaning yourself. Good plan, right? Maybe not. Smoke and soot are more than a dirty little reminder of the disastrous fire that took its toll on your home.  ...Continue Reading

Every 87 seconds, a house fire occurs across the U.S. On average, seven people die in homes fires daily, with cooking as a leading cause. Of the two out of five house fires that start in the kitchen...Continue Reading

According to the National Fire Protection Association, electrical fires were involved in an average of 47,820 reported home structure fires from 2007–2011. Almost half (48 percent) of home structure electrical fires involve some type of electrical distribution equipment, such as wiring, outlets...Continue Reading

It seems so simple. There’s a fire, and you have a fire extinguisher on hand. It doesn’t seem serious yet, so you think you can handle it. You grab the fire extinguisher, and suddenly you realize that you’re looking at a foreign device. It’s time to learn the language.

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Every day, local fire departments respond to 915 brush, grass or forest fires – 140,000 per year on average. Brush fires are closer than you may think, occurring where you live, work, play and travel, spreading across property and consuming everything in their path. They are so prevalent today...Continue Reading

After all the flames have been extinguished and the smoke has dissipated, what do you do if your establishment is covered in ashes? Don’t let fire damage cost you your business due to lost productivity and revenue. Have a plan in place to ensure its survival.

Before fire damage occurs...Continue Reading