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Different Kinds of Fires & How to Stop Them

Different Kinds of Fires & How to Stop Them

Fire safety is an important topic to discuss, especially during summer time when most fire-related accidents occur. There are many types of fires and different ways to handle them depending on the type of the fire and how it started. There are the different classes of fires: Class A– This type of fire typically takes… Continue Reading

Fire Safety Tips for Summer

Fire Safety Tips for Summer

Summertime means backyard barbecues, moonlit bonfires, and amazing firework shows. There are many exciting activities to participate in during the summer season, but it is important to practice safety procedures while dealing with fire. Summer is one of the most dangerous seasons for fire-related injuries and deaths. There are a few different precautions to take… Continue Reading

Fire Protection vs. Fire Proofing: What’s the Difference?

Fire Protection vs. Fire Proofing: What’s the Difference?

When building a new home or commercial building, it is important for a builder to take all necessary steps to make the structure as safe as possible. At the top of the list of measures to be taken to assure safety is the installation of a fire sprinkler system. Installing a sprinkler system is different… Continue Reading

Myths about Home Fire Sprinkler Systems

Myths about Home Fire Sprinkler Systems

Homeowners often find themselves swimming in a sea of questions regarding the use of their home fire sprinkler systems. From thinking they are unnecessary to misunderstanding how they operate, there are many misconceptions. Here we debunk the myths about home fire sprinkler systems. Myth: I’ll set off a sprinkler if I burn dinner. Fact: Even… Continue Reading

The Growing State of the Home Fire Sprinkler Market

The Growing State of the Home Fire Sprinkler Market

Last June, more than 70 people died after a tragic fire took place at a London high-rise building called the Grenfell Tower. After the tragedy, local fire officials revealed that the building didn’t have any central smoke alarms or interior sprinkler systems installed. While the lack of those firefighting tools only served to make the… Continue Reading