Thanksgiving Day is one of our most important celebrations, but did you know that it’s also the leading day for home cooking fires? […]
Grease fires most often occur when a pan is left on the fire for too long. Another way grease fires occur is when excess grease on the drip pan or stovetop accidentally catches fire. A small mistake can lead to the need for fire damage repair services soon after the fire. Preventing grease fires is easy as long as you stay in the kitchen while cooking and take a few simple safety measures. Here’s a look at how to prevent and handle grease fires in your kitchen:
Learn more tips to prevent stovetop and oven fires here. You can find more general kitchen fire safety guidelines in this article. For professional fire damage repair services, contact your local PuroClean office.