Winter is coming, are you ready?

Each year home fires increase during the fall and winter months, why is that? As it gets colder and the days get shorter, we spend more time indoors. With spending more time indoors, there is a greater risk of fires in your home by : Smoking Kitchen fires Space heater fires – due to overloaded circuits … Read More

Hot Temperatures over 100 degrees this week!

The weather is forecasted to be over 100 degrees for the next couple of weeks. Stay indoors if you can and limit your time outside. If you have to be outside, hydrate early, know the early signs of heat exhaustion before you have to go out.

Keep Your Dryer Vent Clean To Prevent The Risk Of A Fire

In 2010-2014, U.S. municipal fire departments responded to an estimated 15,970 home fires involving clothes dryers or washing machines each year. These fires resulted in annual losses estimated at 13 civilian deaths, 440 civilian injuries, and $238 million in direct property damage. Facts and figures Clothes dryers accounted for 92% of the fires; washing machines … Read More

College Fire Safety

It’s that time of year when students prepare to go off to College, living in a dorm, Greek housing or off-campus housing. One thing that is often overlooked is Fire Safety. Before you sign that agreement, make sure there are working smoke alarms in or near the bedroom. Follow the links for more information on what … Read More

Spring cleaning tips

As spring warms up, it’s time to clean up after the long winter, make those repairs around the home, pull the weeds, clean up the yard all to get ready for summer. Here are few safety thoughts to help make your spring experience much more enjoyable.   Inside the Home: Check and clean your smoke alarms and … Read More