Harris, Reed & Seiferth
No matter what kind of home you live in, the following home fire prevention tips will help you form home fire-safe habits and prevent fires:
Proper maintenance can prevent fires
Several mechanical systems in a house require maintenance. These systems include heating equipment such as furnaces, flues, fireplaces, space heaters, wood stoves, water heaters, kitchen stoves, as well as electrical systems and electrical appliances. The bad news: if these systems aren't properly maintained, the potential for fire increases. The good news: fires in all these systems are preventable. The information here will help you decrease the chance of having a fire in your home.
Storing all matches and lighters out of the reach of children can prevent a tragedy. Fires caused by a homeowner's carelessness, such as a grease fire or a fire that started because flammable liquids were stored inside the home, are also preventable.
An ounce of home fire prevention could be worth a life
Smoke and toxic fumes are the leading cause of death in fires. That's why it's so important to get out immediately and stay out.
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