Every home needs to be equipped with smoke alarms. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, having working smoke alarms in your home doubles your chances of surviving a home fire.
Fire extinguishers are essential to every home and property. These safety devices can save lives and prevent property damage when used properly.
Smoke alarms are crucial to preventing fire deaths and injuries during a home fire. However, you need to maintain and test them regularly to ensure they’re working properly at any given moment.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has designated October 9-15, 2016 as Fire Prevention Week.
Home fires can start unexpectedly, but taking preventative measures can greatly decrease the risk of a fire in your home.
Water damage is the number one cause of loss for homeowner insurance claims.
A sump pump is one of your home’s best defenses against flooding.
Black mold in homes is an ugly sight. It can also damage the property and cause health problems over long term exposure. In the most severe cases, mold can render a home unsellable.
Dealing with an odor problem can be one of the most annoying experiences for a homeowner.
After flooding or other water damage disasters, restoration professionals take special care to dry the property as quickly as possible.