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.
As we progress towards the end of the year, the days are getting shorter, which means it’s getting darker faster.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, tasteless and colorless gas that can cause severe health problems and even death to unsuspecting people in their home.
An important aspect of your winter preparation is making sure that your roof is in good condition before the cold season begins.
With winter on the way, it’s time to make early preparations to your home for the season.
Mold is an important part of nature, helping with the decomposition of organic matter and the recycling of nutrients in ecosystems.
October 23-29, 2016 is National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week (NLPPW), as designated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Every home needs to be equipped with smoke alarms. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, having working smoke alarms in your home doubles your chances of surviving a home fire.
Fire extinguishers are essential to every home and property. These safety devices can save lives and prevent property damage when used properly.
Smoke alarms are crucial to preventing fire deaths and injuries during a home fire. However, you need to maintain and test them regularly to ensure they’re working properly at any given moment.