Category: Fire

Emergency Preparedness Tips for Your Home

Preparing your home for emergencies is crucial. Even the small things can make a big difference when disaster strikes. Make these changes and additions in your home to better protect your family. Know Common Disasters in Your Area Depending on...

Restoring Your Kitchen After Fire Damage

One careless act can trigger a kitchen fire. You might accidentally leave a dish towel too close to the stove, or mistakenly throw water on a small grease fire. This is a scary situation. However, keeping a fire extinguisher nearby...

Tips to Help With Smoke Damage

A small chimney or kitchen fire can be frightening. The sight of flames can invoke panic, and if you don't act quickly, flames may engulf your entire house. Having a fire extinguisher on hand can keep the fire at bay...

Getting Back On Your Feet After a Fire

A fire in your home can start in a variety of ways. Many of them are simply accidents, or “flukes,” for which nobody can really prepare. No matter how the fire starts, it is a truly heartbreaking situation to lose...

4 Tips to clean smoke damaged walls

Experiencing a fire is not a welcomed experience, especially if it’s a big fire that destroys your valuables. Sometimes people experience smaller fires that can be controlled without calling the fire department, in this case, clean up is easier and...

Soot. That Dirty Little Friend

Most people don’t know what soot is, but they recognize it when they see it. Soot is the damage caused by smoke on the surfaces of your home, and on your possessions. In the upcoming articles we are going to...

The Leading Causes of House Fires

House causes can be devastating, leading to the loss of not only your home but everything within it, as well as the memories and emotional attachments associated with the house. Many fires, unfortunately, are preventable. Knowing the top causes for...