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Some tips are listed below to lower down the risk of fire in house.

  • Smoke alarm should be established and maintained in kitchen, bedrooms, garage etc.
  • Every month smoke alarm should be checked and batteries must be changed (twice a year) , as you change the batteries of clock.
  • Smoke alarms should be changed for every 10 years
  • Never leave consuming candles / cigarettes unattended when you are at home as well as when you leave the home.
  • Ensure electrical wiring /additional strings don't keep running under mats, over nails, or in high rush hour gridlock regions, and that they are supplanted whenever frayed or split.
  • Make sure that the electrical wirings and extension cards are not under mats, carpets, around nails – replace the wires, if cracked
  • Make the matches and lighters away from kids
  • Store the fuel, or any other flammable substances in a proper container and keep them away from heating material
  • Make sure that the electronic equipment are protected with outlet material
  • Portable water heaters should have  safety certification from a standard testing organization , for example, UL (Underwriting Laboratories), and it should be turned when you are sleeping and  out of home.
  • try to keep objects at least 3 feet far from space  heater
  • Check the chimney and make it cleaned and inspected every year.
  • Add a protected screen to your chimney.
  • Always Keep the stairways clean and clear without any objects
  • Make sure that all windows can be opened without any difficulties
  • Keep the dryer vent clean routinely and filter it once you use it
  • Let the range hoods and vents be cleaned often.
  • Have separate shut off valves for gas appliances.
  • Consider installing a central station fire alarm. We offer significant discounts for homes protected by alarm systems and/or automatic fire sprinklers.
  • Consider introducing a focal station fire caution. We offer noteworthy limits for homes ensured by caution frameworks and additionally programmed fire sprinklers.
  • Create and frequently update a Home Inventory List, cam recording of living room, store room for your records.
  • Keep these records in safety place (locker / deposit box) other than your home
  • Install fire extinguisher and know how to make use of it, in case of fire.

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