Fireplace and Home Fire Safety
The cold weather is upon us and we approach the time in which we switch over from colling our homes to heating our homes. In making this transition it is important to remember saftey measures required to protect your home and your loved ones from avoidable accidents.
Heating fires account for 36% of residential home fires in rural areas every year. Often these fires are due to creosote buildup in chimneys and stovepipes. All home heating systems require regular maintenance to function safely and efficiently.
The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) encourages you to practice the following fire safety steps to keep those home fires safely burning. Remember, fire safety is your personal responsibility ...Fire Stops With You!
Keep Fireplaces and Wood Stoves Clean
Safely Burn Fuels
Protect the Outside of Your Home
Protect the Inside of Your Home
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