If you are looking for information on fire damage or fire prevention, then check out our blog. We have all the information you need about how to prevent fires, what causes them in the first place, and of course what to do after a fire!

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How to Clean Smoke Damage

Smoke damage can sometimes be worse than fire damage, and it can be terrible for your health. This guide will teach you step-by-step how to clean up your home after smoke and soot damage.
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7 Things to Do After a House Fire

If you aren't sure what to do after a house fire, download this 7 step checklist walking you through exactly what to do after the fire.
Fireplace Safety

Fireplace Safety Tips: How to Use a Fireplace Safely

It's estimated that 31% of house fires are directly caused by fireplaces, chimneys, or other poorly maintained flame fixtures. Stay safe this season!
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8 Useful Candle Safety Tips

It's always important to take care of candles. They can be quite helpful, but they also can have their downsides if you don't follow safety precautions!
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Fire Safety Tips for the Holiday Season

While you get ready to light those candles and put on your holiday music, be sure to follow some fire safety practices to keep you and your loved ones safe this holiday season.
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How to Remove Soot After a Fire

After a fire, soot is spread throughout the whole house, further damaging the property and air quality. Learn how to remove it before more damage occurs!
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Toaster Fires and How to Prevent Them

Toasters are inherently dangerous because they produce heat and can continue to do so after the selected time has elapsed.
7 Easy Ways to Protect Your Home from a Fire

7 Easy Ways to Protect Your Home from a Fire

To help you avoid costly fires, here are seven easy steps you can take to protect your home from suffering a fire in the first place.   
Fighting Kitchen Fires

What to do After a Small Kitchen Fire in Your Home

Kitchens are a common place for fires to start. Here are some things that you can do to add to your safety in the kitchen area.
Smoke Alarms at Home

Smoke Alarms At Home

Of home fire deaths between 2005 and 2009, close to two-thirds were from fires in homes with either no smoke alarm or no working smoke detectors. When there is a fire, smoke spreads fast. A properly installed and functioning smoke alarm cuts your family’s risk of dying in a reported fire in half, says the National smoke-alarms-at-homeFire Protection Association (NFPA).