Blog Posts in fire Safety

It’s wise to plan for all types of emergencies that could strike at home – from gas and carbon monoxide leaks to burst pipes and flooded basements – but fire is the most critical emergency to plan for.

Thorough fire preparedness involves...Continue Reading

Was your home recently damaged in a fire? You may be searching for DIY fire restoration tips to save a little cash in the recovery process, but the simple fact is this: residential fire and smoke damage...Continue Reading

Electronics are delicate items, as there are various factors that cause them to quit working properly. Since many irreplaceable items are stored electronically, it’s important to be prepared for the worst. In the event of a fire, here is what you need to know about smoke damage and your...Continue Reading

Extension cords provide power for devices with cables that can’t reach any nearby electrical outlets. Choosing the right type of extension cord is important to ensure electrical safety and prevent home fires. Follow these dos and don’ts the next time you visit a hardware store to pick out...Continue Reading

Protecting our loved ones from harm is paramount in every family home. In order to prevent fire, and the subsequent heartache and massive property damage that ensues, it is vital to know where to place your smoke alarms and fire extinguishers.Continue Reading

When disaster strikes, Rainbow Restoration® is there to help put the pieces back together. Our ...Continue Reading

The “beep, beep, beep” of a smoke alarm is one of the best ways to alert you and your family about a fire and allow you to quickly and safely escape the flames and smoke. In fact, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) says that having...Continue Reading

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