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Fire Prevention Safety Tips

A fire in your home is a terrifying thought. No one wants to deal with the tragedy of a home fire and the damage that comes along with it, but luckily there are a number of easy steps that we can all take to prevent a fire. Fire restoration can be a costly service, so make sure to prevent the need for it with the following tips.

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The frequency of house fires in the United States has constantly declined over the years. However, the danger from these fires is more serious than ever. Many homeowners would be surprised to learn the increased danger is due to the design, construction, and furnishings of modern-day homes.

Contemporary homes are constructed in line with current fire codes and possess a number of fire safety features. However, they burn a lot faster than older homes. The violence of today’s house fires can be blamed on modern construction materials, furnishings in the home, and home layouts.

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U.S. homeowners in heavily wooded regions are especially at risk if and when a wildfire starts. If you live in one of these areas, it’s crucial that you know how to prepare for possible wildfires and how to keep your home and your family safe if a fire starts. To help you out, here are some safety tips split into two categories: preparation for and survival during a wildfire.

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What is Sodablasting?

Soda blasting is a cleaning technique used mainly in the engineering, vehicle restoration, and premises maintenance industries. The cleaning method uses powerful chemical components alongside cleaning techniques to ensure that the target surfaces get a sparkling touch. Let us take a look at what is involved.

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Fire Damage Photo by Andrew Gaines on Unsplash

No one wants to hear or see that their house has fire damage. The phrase alone conjures up a particular sort of mental image. Visions of charred wood, blackened brick and other kinds of burn marks and land damage come to mind. If you’re protecting your home from fire damage, though, there are a few more things you need to consider.

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Photo by Hermes Rivera on Unsplash

If your Asheville home has experienced damage from a fire, you may not know what steps to take next. It can be difficult to know what to do after you’ve been through such a trauma. Once you’ve taken care of your family’s safety, you’ll probably want to get your home back to normal as soon as possible. We understand. Returning your home to its pre-fire state begins with an estimate. Here are some of the things you need to know to get an accurate estimate after Asheville fire damage.

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Photo by Daniel Tausis on Unsplash

Dealing with the aftermath of a major fire can be challenging on many levels. Most people aren’t prepared for the extreme fire damage and have no idea where to begin the restoration process. A professional can help you navigate the fire restoration challenges you are sure to face.

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Don’t Get Burned with Fire

Don’t Get Burned with Fire

A fire in your home or business is a serious disaster! Not only can it destroy your stuff but it also hurts any living thing in its way. The U.S. Fire Administration says the leading causes of fire are:

1: Cooking related
2: Electrical short circuits
3: Cigarettes.
4: Portable heaters
5: Unattended candles

Here are some prevention tips from us to help you stay safe! For cooking related fires remember to remain in the kitchen while cooking. Additionally, keep anything flammable like paper towels or oven mitts away from the hot stove or grill. Another tip is, if you see a fire in the oven then leave the door closed and turn the oven off. Do not pour water on a grease fire, but instead turn off heat and cover with metal lid. Furthermore, keep the grill away from buildings or fences, and always after cooking, double check to make sure everything has been turned off.
Tips on electrical fires are to make sure your outlets aren’t overloaded with plugs. Also, check to see that there isn’t any bare wires showing. As for cigarette fires, avoid smoking in bed. Likewise, don’t empty ashtrays shortly after smoking. For portable heaters we suggest placing the heater at least one meter away from anything that can burn. Lastly, candles need to be in a sturdy holder on a level surface and never left unattended.

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