Category Archives: Fire Information

Wildfires Growing Among Communities in Our Country

Wildfires Growing Among Communities in Our Country

The growth of wildfires across the country and further west continues to hit our country. Not only is wildlife in danger, but people and their homes are as well. As firefighters battle these devastating wildfires, people look to rebuild their lives and make their homes much safer for the future.  There are many causes to… Continue Reading

Fourth of July Safety Tips

Fourth of July Safety Tips

Independence day is just a few short weeks away, and now is a great time for a few fire safety tips to help ensure the security of your home and family. According to the National Fire Protection Association, fireworks start an average of 18,500 fires per year, including 1,300 structure fires, 300 vehicle fires, and… Continue Reading

Fire Sprinklers & Smoke Detection

Fire Sprinklers & Smoke Detection

Fire sprinklers have become an essential safety precaution for residential homes and businesses. When a fire starts, a fire sprinkler can extinguish the fire before the firefighters arrive. This helps save time and can reduce the damages to your home or business. When shopping for fire sprinklers, a common question arises: do they react to… Continue Reading

Tips on Maintaining Your Home Sprinkler System

Tips on Maintaining Your Home Sprinkler System

According to statistics, 74% of all deaths in the U.S., caused by fire, happen within the home. Installing a sprinkler system, provides protection, saves lives, and restores peace of mind. Unfortunately, many homeowners neglect to maintain their systems; which is the saddest news a fire marshall has to report. If a sprinkler system is in… Continue Reading

The Impact of Smoke from Home Fires

The Impact of Smoke from Home Fires

When caught in a house fire, it is incredibly rare victims succumb to injury from contact with the fire itself. That’s because most fatalities are rooted in smoke inhalation. The origin of most fatalities in structure fires, smoke inhalation greatly reduces oxygen intake and leads to lost consciousness, leaving you defenseless from the elements. Smoke… Continue Reading