Take personal responsibility and prepare long before a fire threatens your home and your family’s safety. […]
According to the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA), there were 1,345,500 reported fires in the United States in 2015. These fires resulted in 3,280 civilian deaths, 15,700 civilian injuries, and $14.3 billion in property damage. Take some time to re-evaluate the safety of your home and consider these tips to help prevent home fires:
In the unfortunate event that your home suffers fire damage, you need to act quickly and contact your insurance agent immediately. Learn here what questions to ask your insurance agent after a home fire. For professional fire damage repair or smoke remediation services, contact your local PuroClean office.