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Winter Fire Prevention

10/22/2020 (Permalink)

Winter Fire Prevention

We are quickly approaching the time of year when the amount of house fires spike: December, January, and February. While you may think that you are doing all you can to prevent a house fire, there are many different types of fire hazards many that you may not even realize are a threat!

  1. Your Kitchen-

One of the quickest ways a fire can get started is by leaving a stove top or oven unattended. There are many items around the kitchen that can catch on fire, and your attention is key when preventing anything from happening!

  1. Small Kitchen Appliances-

These appliances are easy to overlook, and keep plugged in at all times, but it is important to unplug after each use. If accidently left on, they could catch items on the counter on fire.

  1. Candles-

Candles should never be left unattended. It is best practice to blow them out when you leave the room or may go to sleep.

  1. Matches and Lighters –

Store these items up high, where children cannot reach.

  1. Fireplace Wood-

Do not burn trash inside your home. Only burn dry, seasoned wood.

If you do experience any fire or smoke issues this winter season, give the professionals a call at 270-659-0067!

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