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Unfortunately, there are numerous ways a fire can start in your home, and Mr Restore has seen many of them. A fire can start in any room of your house, which can lead to thousands of dollars in fire damage. Many people assume that they are safe from fires with a fire alarm in the house, but there are other precautions you should take to prevent fires. Use this checklist to help you look for and eliminate hazards in each room of your home.
Most fires start in the kitchen, but they are not always caused directly from cooking. Non-cooking related fires commonly involve appliances and electrical issues. Here are some tips to keep your kitchen safe:
According to the National Fire Protection Association, most electrical fires start in the bedroom. In fact, half of all house fire deaths also happen in the bedroom. It’s important to focus on the fire safety of your bedroom by taking these preventative steps:
Living rooms or family rooms contain plenty of flammable items. Here are some things you can do to prevent a fire in this room:
Bathroom and Laundry Room
The bathroom and laundry room are potential fire hazards due to the combination of electricity and water, along with natural gas and combustible materials. Here are some things you can do to reduce the chance of a fire in these rooms:
Compared to other rooms in your house, fires that start in the garage spread farther and cause more injuries and damages. Here are some tips to keep your home safe:
Take some time, maybe a few minutes a month, to do a fire safety check for the whole house. It will be worth your time and effort. Keep your family and home safe! If you find your home or property has suffered from fire damage, immediately contact Mr Restore. We will arrive at your property within 60 minutes to assess the damage and start the restoration process.
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