As the weather gets warmer, we tend to spend more time in our backyards.
While spring cleaning gives you an opportunity to get your home in order you should also focus on tasks that improve the safety of your home.
Whether you are at home, a public place, school or work, it is important to know how to prevent fires and react in a fire emergency.
According to the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA), there were 1,345,500 reported fires in the United States in 2015.
Whether you’re using candles to mark special events or create a charming atmosphere in your home, always remember that open flames are potential fire hazards.
A lithium-ion battery (Li-ion battery) is a type of rechargeable battery that is common in home electronics.
A small home fire can spread to the whole house in under 30 seconds. Thus, when a fire occurs, you have little time to get out of the house before fire and smoke make escaping extremely difficult.
National Burn Awareness Week (NBAW) is being observed this week, February 5-11, and is sponsored by the American Burn Association.
People living in apartments face several challenges when dealing with a fire.
Basements are more vulnerable to flooding and water damage than other areas of the home.