We all know what it’s like to walk into a room and smell that lingering odor, a harmless chemical called Mercaptan, bringing attention to the presence of gas. Natural gas leaks can be a serious safety hazard in the home and can cause severe fires and explosions. It is important to know the common causes of natural gas leaks, what to do if there is a leak in your home, and how to prevent them from occurring in the first place.
Creating a home inventory list is an important step for any homeowner. Not only does it help you keep track of the items in your home, but it can also be invaluable in the event of a fire or if you experience other property damage.
After a house fire occurs, homeowners not only have to deal with the emotional weight of having their home and possessions damaged, but find themselves face-to-face with the daunting task of figuring out how to get their lives back on track.
No one is prepared for the devastating outcome of a fire. We see them in movies and on TV, we might even know someone who has been affected by one, but when it comes down to the details around what to do or where to turn for help it can be hard to know where to even start.
As we enter the new year, it’s important to take the time to think about how to protect your personal property from fire, soot, and water damage. Fires can happen at any time, and the damage they cause can be devastating.
Emergency board-up and tarp over services may be required to protect the structure and will occur as soon as the building is safe to do so.
Thanksgiving's unattended cooking is a leading cause of fire damages and fire-related deaths. Follow these few methods to have a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving.