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How Often Should You Test Your Smoke Alarm?

Smoke alarms are one of the most crucial fire safety devices. They let you whenever there is smoke and fire,...

Is It Safe to Use Glass Lids to Put Out Kitchen Fires?

Glass is a common material used in pot lids. Given this, it's easy to grab a glass lid whenever you...

Can You Use Salt to Put Out a Kitchen Fire?

In less than a minute, a kitchen fire can grow from a small flame to an inferno you can’t control....

Fire Safe Vs. Fireproof Bag: Which Is Better?

When a fire breaks out in your house, your first concern isn't usually your important documents, keepsakes, or jewelry. Yet,...

The Importance of Fire Drills at Work

A fire drill can save lives and your business. It’s a crucial part of fire safety training in your workplace,...

How to Put Out a Stove Fire

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) says that unattended cooking, particularly frying, causes 49% of reported house fires, 20% of...

Fire Detector Beeping Three Times: What Does It Mean?

Fire detectors help save lives by preventing fires from turning into raging infernos. But what should you do if your...

How to Spot a Flashover and Get Out Safely

A flashover, also known as rapid fire progress (RFP), is one of the most dangerous types of fire.  According to...

What’s Fire Insurance and Why Do You Need One?

Consider getting fire insurance if you want to protect your home and its contents from fire-related risks. But what exactly...

What Are Carbon Monoxide Detectors?

In abundance, carbon monoxide can kill people within minutes. Also called the invisible killer, you can't see, taste, or smell...

5 Early Signs of a Fire in Your House

House fires can cause injuries, property loss, and death. The good news? They can be prevented. You just have to...

Candle Safety at Home: Usage, Placement, and Alternatives

Burning candles makes your home smell fantastic and creates a nice ambiance. However, they're a fire hazard that can quickly...

How to Put Out Fires in Your Garage or Workshop

Garages and workshops present more fire risks than other areas of your house. They’re filled with fire hazards such as...

How to Fix Exposed Wires at Home

Exposed electrical wires are a fire hazard that should be handled immediately. They increase the chances of electrical fires because...

10 Cooking Safety Tips That'll Keep Your Kitchen Free From Fire

Did you know? Cooking is the number one cause of home fires and home fire injuries.  From never leaving your...

Where to Place Smoke Alarms In Your House

Most home fires start accidentally, and the effects can ruin lives. Plus, research shows that in today’s landscape, fires can...

How Many Smoke Alarms Do You Need at Home?

Did you know? The risk of death in reported home fires is cut by 55% in homes with working smoke alarms...

The Importance of Fire Safety Training for All Family Members

Fire safety training is crucial to our safety, yet it usually takes a back seat until an emergency strikes. Whether...

Fire Detector vs. Smoke Alarm: What Are the Differences?

Fire detectors and smoke alarms help protect your property from fires. While many people believe that they’re the same, they’re...

Fire Safety Practices for Garages and Workshops

Did you know? About 6,600 garage fires occur in homes each year, which lead to 400 injuries, 30 deaths, and...

Are Exposed Wires Dangerous?

One of the biggest fire hazards at home is exposed wires. They’re a common electrical fire safety issue that you...

Fire Safety in High-Rise Buildings: What You Need to Know

High-rise buildings present challenges that low-rise buildings or standalone houses don’t. These challenges make fire safety a bit trickier for...

Choosing a Fire Safe: What You Need to Know

If you have to evacuate your house during a fire emergency, you have no choice but to leave everything behind....

How to Emotionally Recover From a Home Fire

When you lose your home to a fire, you lose more than just a property. You also lose your safe...

The Importance of Fire Drills: Home Edition

It’s great to have an escape plan or fire exit strategy, but it is even better if you practice it,...

How to Store Flammable Liquids and Gases Properly

We all have flammable liquids and gases at home, such as gasoline, pesticides, paint thinner, propane, and butane. Unfortunately, many...

How to Prevent Smoking and Vaping From Causing Fires

Did you know? Over 500 people are killed in home fires caused by cigarettes and other smoking items each year....

When to Evacuate Your House After a Fire Starts

Did you know? Fire can spread in as fast as 30 seconds. It spreads faster as heat, fuel, and oxygen...

How to Keep Your Home Safe From Fire While You’re Away

You’ve probably heard at least one horrible story about someone returning from a vacation only to have their house burned...

Fire Blanket vs. Lid: Which Is More Effective in Putting Out Kitchen Fires?

The kitchen is the leading spot where fires start, and they can be extremely dangerous if not extinguished as soon...

5 Fireplace Safety Tips Every Homeowner Must Know

Did you know? About two out of every five house fires involve solid-burning fuel, like those in fireplaces.  But how...

5 Heater Safety Tips During Cold Weather

Space heaters can bring warmth during cold weather but can start fires if you're not careful. In fact, the NFPA...

What Is the Fire Triangle and How Can You Use It to Put Out Fire?

Knowing how each component of the fire triangle works helps you put out fires more effectively to protect your loved...

How to Clean Your Oven to Prevent Fire

The oven is often one of the most neglected appliances in the kitchen because when it’s closed, we don’t see...

Can a Fire Blanket Filter Smoke?

A fire blanket is designed to get rid of fires that just started. It’s made of fire-retardant material, usually fiberglass...

What to Do If a Fire Starts While You're Asleep

According to FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency), about 51% of residential fire-related deaths in the US happen between 11 PM...

How to Clean Up After Using the Hero Fire Spray

Unlike fire extinguishers, the Hero Fire Spray doesn’t leave a mess. But depending on the fire, there are some guidelines...

Where to Put Fire Sprays at Home

Fire sprays can save your life. When placed strategically all over your house, they can put out small fires or...

How to Clean Up After Using a Fire Extinguisher

Cleaning up after using a fire extinguisher can put you at risk, so you have to protect yourself. If you...

Where to Put Fire Sprays at Work

Fire sprays are made to put out small fires, giving your business and employees extra protection. They should be placed...

How to Make Fire Safety Fun for Kids

Did you know? The United States Fire Administration (USFA) says children set over 100,000 fires each year. They also make...

Can You Use a Fire Blanket to Walk Through a Burning Room?

A fire blanket is a helpful firefighting tool in any home or business. It’s a flexible sheet usually made of...

Fire Blanket vs. Wet Towel: Which Is More Effective?

The fire blanket vs. wet towel debate has been around for years, with many still wondering which option is more...

How to Prevent Fires During the Holidays

Did you know? Fires during the holiday season cause over $930 million in damage and injure 2,600 individuals each year....

Where to Put Fire Blankets at Work

Every workplace must have fire blankets, and everyone needs to know where they are. Fire blankets smother flames and deprive...

Teaching Kids How to Use the Emergency Fire Blanket

Did you know? Ninety percent of fire-related deaths are due to house fires. Hence, teaching kids how to use the...

Where to Put Your Fire Blankets at Home

Fire blankets are useful tools in kitchens where grease fires are most likely to occur. They can also be used...

How to Dispose of Used Fire Sprays

Fire sprays are effective in putting out small fires quickly. However, they’re not designed for reuse. Knowing how to dispose...

How to Dispose of Used Fire Blankets

Disposing of fire blankets after use must be done safely to avoid problems. While the ideal scenario is never having...

Fire Spray vs. Fire Extinguisher: Which Should You Choose?

Fire sprays are easy to use and can put out fires in seconds. They're also typically used as alternatives to...

How Often Should You Test Your Smoke Alarm?

Smoke alarms are one of the most crucial fire safety devices. They let you whenever there is smoke and fire,...

Is It Safe to Use Glass Lids to Put Out Kitchen Fires?

Glass is a common material used in pot lids. Given this, it's easy to grab a glass lid whenever you...

Can You Use Salt to Put Out a Kitchen Fire?

In less than a minute, a kitchen fire can grow from a small flame to an inferno you can’t control....

Fire Safe Vs. Fireproof Bag: Which Is Better?

When a fire breaks out in your house, your first concern isn't usually your important documents, keepsakes, or jewelry. Yet,...

The Importance of Fire Drills at Work

A fire drill can save lives and your business. It’s a crucial part of fire safety training in your workplace,...

How to Put Out a Stove Fire

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) says that unattended cooking, particularly frying, causes 49% of reported house fires, 20% of...

Fire Detector Beeping Three Times: What Does It Mean?

Fire detectors help save lives by preventing fires from turning into raging infernos. But what should you do if your...

How to Spot a Flashover and Get Out Safely

A flashover, also known as rapid fire progress (RFP), is one of the most dangerous types of fire.  According to...

What’s Fire Insurance and Why Do You Need One?

Consider getting fire insurance if you want to protect your home and its contents from fire-related risks. But what exactly...

What Are Carbon Monoxide Detectors?

In abundance, carbon monoxide can kill people within minutes. Also called the invisible killer, you can't see, taste, or smell...

5 Early Signs of a Fire in Your House

House fires can cause injuries, property loss, and death. The good news? They can be prevented. You just have to...

Candle Safety at Home: Usage, Placement, and Alternatives

Burning candles makes your home smell fantastic and creates a nice ambiance. However, they're a fire hazard that can quickly...

How to Put Out Fires in Your Garage or Workshop

Garages and workshops present more fire risks than other areas of your house. They’re filled with fire hazards such as...

How to Fix Exposed Wires at Home

Exposed electrical wires are a fire hazard that should be handled immediately. They increase the chances of electrical fires because...

10 Cooking Safety Tips That'll Keep Your Kitchen Free From Fire

Did you know? Cooking is the number one cause of home fires and home fire injuries.  From never leaving your...

Where to Place Smoke Alarms In Your House

Most home fires start accidentally, and the effects can ruin lives. Plus, research shows that in today’s landscape, fires can...

How Many Smoke Alarms Do You Need at Home?

Did you know? The risk of death in reported home fires is cut by 55% in homes with working smoke alarms...

The Importance of Fire Safety Training for All Family Members

Fire safety training is crucial to our safety, yet it usually takes a back seat until an emergency strikes. Whether...

Fire Detector vs. Smoke Alarm: What Are the Differences?

Fire detectors and smoke alarms help protect your property from fires. While many people believe that they’re the same, they’re...

Fire Safety Practices for Garages and Workshops

Did you know? About 6,600 garage fires occur in homes each year, which lead to 400 injuries, 30 deaths, and...

Are Exposed Wires Dangerous?

One of the biggest fire hazards at home is exposed wires. They’re a common electrical fire safety issue that you...

Fire Safety in High-Rise Buildings: What You Need to Know

High-rise buildings present challenges that low-rise buildings or standalone houses don’t. These challenges make fire safety a bit trickier for...

Choosing a Fire Safe: What You Need to Know

If you have to evacuate your house during a fire emergency, you have no choice but to leave everything behind....

How to Emotionally Recover From a Home Fire

When you lose your home to a fire, you lose more than just a property. You also lose your safe...

The Importance of Fire Drills: Home Edition

It’s great to have an escape plan or fire exit strategy, but it is even better if you practice it,...

How to Store Flammable Liquids and Gases Properly

We all have flammable liquids and gases at home, such as gasoline, pesticides, paint thinner, propane, and butane. Unfortunately, many...

How to Prevent Smoking and Vaping From Causing Fires

Did you know? Over 500 people are killed in home fires caused by cigarettes and other smoking items each year....

When to Evacuate Your House After a Fire Starts

Did you know? Fire can spread in as fast as 30 seconds. It spreads faster as heat, fuel, and oxygen...

How to Keep Your Home Safe From Fire While You’re Away

You’ve probably heard at least one horrible story about someone returning from a vacation only to have their house burned...

Fire Blanket vs. Lid: Which Is More Effective in Putting Out Kitchen Fires?

The kitchen is the leading spot where fires start, and they can be extremely dangerous if not extinguished as soon...

5 Fireplace Safety Tips Every Homeowner Must Know

Did you know? About two out of every five house fires involve solid-burning fuel, like those in fireplaces.  But how...

5 Heater Safety Tips During Cold Weather

Space heaters can bring warmth during cold weather but can start fires if you're not careful. In fact, the NFPA...

What Is the Fire Triangle and How Can You Use It to Put Out Fire?

Knowing how each component of the fire triangle works helps you put out fires more effectively to protect your loved...

How to Clean Your Oven to Prevent Fire

The oven is often one of the most neglected appliances in the kitchen because when it’s closed, we don’t see...

Can a Fire Blanket Filter Smoke?

A fire blanket is designed to get rid of fires that just started. It’s made of fire-retardant material, usually fiberglass...

What to Do If a Fire Starts While You're Asleep

According to FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency), about 51% of residential fire-related deaths in the US happen between 11 PM...

How to Clean Up After Using the Hero Fire Spray

Unlike fire extinguishers, the Hero Fire Spray doesn’t leave a mess. But depending on the fire, there are some guidelines...

Where to Put Fire Sprays at Home

Fire sprays can save your life. When placed strategically all over your house, they can put out small fires or...

How to Clean Up After Using a Fire Extinguisher

Cleaning up after using a fire extinguisher can put you at risk, so you have to protect yourself. If you...

Where to Put Fire Sprays at Work

Fire sprays are made to put out small fires, giving your business and employees extra protection. They should be placed...

How to Make Fire Safety Fun for Kids

Did you know? The United States Fire Administration (USFA) says children set over 100,000 fires each year. They also make...

Can You Use a Fire Blanket to Walk Through a Burning Room?

A fire blanket is a helpful firefighting tool in any home or business. It’s a flexible sheet usually made of...

Fire Blanket vs. Wet Towel: Which Is More Effective?

The fire blanket vs. wet towel debate has been around for years, with many still wondering which option is more...

How to Prevent Fires During the Holidays

Did you know? Fires during the holiday season cause over $930 million in damage and injure 2,600 individuals each year....

Where to Put Fire Blankets at Work

Every workplace must have fire blankets, and everyone needs to know where they are. Fire blankets smother flames and deprive...

Teaching Kids How to Use the Emergency Fire Blanket

Did you know? Ninety percent of fire-related deaths are due to house fires. Hence, teaching kids how to use the...

Where to Put Your Fire Blankets at Home

Fire blankets are useful tools in kitchens where grease fires are most likely to occur. They can also be used...

How to Dispose of Used Fire Sprays

Fire sprays are effective in putting out small fires quickly. However, they’re not designed for reuse. Knowing how to dispose...

How to Dispose of Used Fire Blankets

Disposing of fire blankets after use must be done safely to avoid problems. While the ideal scenario is never having...

Fire Spray vs. Fire Extinguisher: Which Should You Choose?

Fire sprays are easy to use and can put out fires in seconds. They're also typically used as alternatives to...

How Often Should You Test Your Smoke Alarm?

Smoke alarms are one of the most crucial fire safety devices. They let you whenever there is smoke and fire,...

Is It Safe to Use Glass Lids to Put Out Kitchen Fires?

Glass is a common material used in pot lids. Given this, it's easy to grab a glass lid whenever you...

Can You Use Salt to Put Out a Kitchen Fire?

In less than a minute, a kitchen fire can grow from a small flame to an inferno you can’t control....

Fire Safe Vs. Fireproof Bag: Which Is Better?

When a fire breaks out in your house, your first concern isn't usually your important documents, keepsakes, or jewelry. Yet,...

The Importance of Fire Drills at Work

A fire drill can save lives and your business. It’s a crucial part of fire safety training in your workplace,...

How to Put Out a Stove Fire

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) says that unattended cooking, particularly frying, causes 49% of reported house fires, 20% of...

Fire Detector Beeping Three Times: What Does It Mean?

Fire detectors help save lives by preventing fires from turning into raging infernos. But what should you do if your...

How to Spot a Flashover and Get Out Safely

A flashover, also known as rapid fire progress (RFP), is one of the most dangerous types of fire.  According to...

What’s Fire Insurance and Why Do You Need One?

Consider getting fire insurance if you want to protect your home and its contents from fire-related risks. But what exactly...

What Are Carbon Monoxide Detectors?

In abundance, carbon monoxide can kill people within minutes. Also called the invisible killer, you can't see, taste, or smell...

5 Early Signs of a Fire in Your House

House fires can cause injuries, property loss, and death. The good news? They can be prevented. You just have to...

Candle Safety at Home: Usage, Placement, and Alternatives

Burning candles makes your home smell fantastic and creates a nice ambiance. However, they're a fire hazard that can quickly...

How to Put Out Fires in Your Garage or Workshop

Garages and workshops present more fire risks than other areas of your house. They’re filled with fire hazards such as...

How to Fix Exposed Wires at Home

Exposed electrical wires are a fire hazard that should be handled immediately. They increase the chances of electrical fires because...

10 Cooking Safety Tips That'll Keep Your Kitchen Free From Fire

Did you know? Cooking is the number one cause of home fires and home fire injuries.  From never leaving your...

Where to Place Smoke Alarms In Your House

Most home fires start accidentally, and the effects can ruin lives. Plus, research shows that in today’s landscape, fires can...

How Many Smoke Alarms Do You Need at Home?

Did you know? The risk of death in reported home fires is cut by 55% in homes with working smoke alarms...

The Importance of Fire Safety Training for All Family Members

Fire safety training is crucial to our safety, yet it usually takes a back seat until an emergency strikes. Whether...

Fire Detector vs. Smoke Alarm: What Are the Differences?

Fire detectors and smoke alarms help protect your property from fires. While many people believe that they’re the same, they’re...

Fire Safety Practices for Garages and Workshops

Did you know? About 6,600 garage fires occur in homes each year, which lead to 400 injuries, 30 deaths, and...

Are Exposed Wires Dangerous?

One of the biggest fire hazards at home is exposed wires. They’re a common electrical fire safety issue that you...

Fire Safety in High-Rise Buildings: What You Need to Know

High-rise buildings present challenges that low-rise buildings or standalone houses don’t. These challenges make fire safety a bit trickier for...

Choosing a Fire Safe: What You Need to Know

If you have to evacuate your house during a fire emergency, you have no choice but to leave everything behind....

How to Emotionally Recover From a Home Fire

When you lose your home to a fire, you lose more than just a property. You also lose your safe...

The Importance of Fire Drills: Home Edition

It’s great to have an escape plan or fire exit strategy, but it is even better if you practice it,...

How to Store Flammable Liquids and Gases Properly

We all have flammable liquids and gases at home, such as gasoline, pesticides, paint thinner, propane, and butane. Unfortunately, many...

How to Prevent Smoking and Vaping From Causing Fires

Did you know? Over 500 people are killed in home fires caused by cigarettes and other smoking items each year....

When to Evacuate Your House After a Fire Starts

Did you know? Fire can spread in as fast as 30 seconds. It spreads faster as heat, fuel, and oxygen...

How to Keep Your Home Safe From Fire While You’re Away

You’ve probably heard at least one horrible story about someone returning from a vacation only to have their house burned...

Fire Blanket vs. Lid: Which Is More Effective in Putting Out Kitchen Fires?

The kitchen is the leading spot where fires start, and they can be extremely dangerous if not extinguished as soon...

5 Fireplace Safety Tips Every Homeowner Must Know

Did you know? About two out of every five house fires involve solid-burning fuel, like those in fireplaces.  But how...

5 Heater Safety Tips During Cold Weather

Space heaters can bring warmth during cold weather but can start fires if you're not careful. In fact, the NFPA...

What Is the Fire Triangle and How Can You Use It to Put Out Fire?

Knowing how each component of the fire triangle works helps you put out fires more effectively to protect your loved...

How to Clean Your Oven to Prevent Fire

The oven is often one of the most neglected appliances in the kitchen because when it’s closed, we don’t see...

Can a Fire Blanket Filter Smoke?

A fire blanket is designed to get rid of fires that just started. It’s made of fire-retardant material, usually fiberglass...

What to Do If a Fire Starts While You're Asleep

According to FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency), about 51% of residential fire-related deaths in the US happen between 11 PM...

How to Clean Up After Using the Hero Fire Spray

Unlike fire extinguishers, the Hero Fire Spray doesn’t leave a mess. But depending on the fire, there are some guidelines...

Where to Put Fire Sprays at Home

Fire sprays can save your life. When placed strategically all over your house, they can put out small fires or...

How to Clean Up After Using a Fire Extinguisher

Cleaning up after using a fire extinguisher can put you at risk, so you have to protect yourself. If you...

Where to Put Fire Sprays at Work

Fire sprays are made to put out small fires, giving your business and employees extra protection. They should be placed...

How to Make Fire Safety Fun for Kids

Did you know? The United States Fire Administration (USFA) says children set over 100,000 fires each year. They also make...

Can You Use a Fire Blanket to Walk Through a Burning Room?

A fire blanket is a helpful firefighting tool in any home or business. It’s a flexible sheet usually made of...

Fire Blanket vs. Wet Towel: Which Is More Effective?

The fire blanket vs. wet towel debate has been around for years, with many still wondering which option is more...

How to Prevent Fires During the Holidays

Did you know? Fires during the holiday season cause over $930 million in damage and injure 2,600 individuals each year....

Where to Put Fire Blankets at Work

Every workplace must have fire blankets, and everyone needs to know where they are. Fire blankets smother flames and deprive...

Teaching Kids How to Use the Emergency Fire Blanket

Did you know? Ninety percent of fire-related deaths are due to house fires. Hence, teaching kids how to use the...

Where to Put Your Fire Blankets at Home

Fire blankets are useful tools in kitchens where grease fires are most likely to occur. They can also be used...

How to Dispose of Used Fire Sprays

Fire sprays are effective in putting out small fires quickly. However, they’re not designed for reuse. Knowing how to dispose...

How to Dispose of Used Fire Blankets

Disposing of fire blankets after use must be done safely to avoid problems. While the ideal scenario is never having...

Fire Spray vs. Fire Extinguisher: Which Should You Choose?

Fire sprays are easy to use and can put out fires in seconds. They're also typically used as alternatives to...

How Often Should You Test Your Smoke Alarm?

Smoke alarms are one of the most crucial fire safety devices. They let you whenever there is smoke and fire,...

Is It Safe to Use Glass Lids to Put Out Kitchen Fires?

Glass is a common material used in pot lids. Given this, it's easy to grab a glass lid whenever you...

Can You Use Salt to Put Out a Kitchen Fire?

In less than a minute, a kitchen fire can grow from a small flame to an inferno you can’t control....

Fire Safe Vs. Fireproof Bag: Which Is Better?

When a fire breaks out in your house, your first concern isn't usually your important documents, keepsakes, or jewelry. Yet,...

The Importance of Fire Drills at Work

A fire drill can save lives and your business. It’s a crucial part of fire safety training in your workplace,...

How to Put Out a Stove Fire

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) says that unattended cooking, particularly frying, causes 49% of reported house fires, 20% of...

Fire Detector Beeping Three Times: What Does It Mean?

Fire detectors help save lives by preventing fires from turning into raging infernos. But what should you do if your...

How to Spot a Flashover and Get Out Safely

A flashover, also known as rapid fire progress (RFP), is one of the most dangerous types of fire.  According to...

What’s Fire Insurance and Why Do You Need One?

Consider getting fire insurance if you want to protect your home and its contents from fire-related risks. But what exactly...

What Are Carbon Monoxide Detectors?

In abundance, carbon monoxide can kill people within minutes. Also called the invisible killer, you can't see, taste, or smell...

5 Early Signs of a Fire in Your House

House fires can cause injuries, property loss, and death. The good news? They can be prevented. You just have to...

Candle Safety at Home: Usage, Placement, and Alternatives

Burning candles makes your home smell fantastic and creates a nice ambiance. However, they're a fire hazard that can quickly...

How to Put Out Fires in Your Garage or Workshop

Garages and workshops present more fire risks than other areas of your house. They’re filled with fire hazards such as...

How to Fix Exposed Wires at Home

Exposed electrical wires are a fire hazard that should be handled immediately. They increase the chances of electrical fires because...

10 Cooking Safety Tips That'll Keep Your Kitchen Free From Fire

Did you know? Cooking is the number one cause of home fires and home fire injuries.  From never leaving your...

Where to Place Smoke Alarms In Your House

Most home fires start accidentally, and the effects can ruin lives. Plus, research shows that in today’s landscape, fires can...

How Many Smoke Alarms Do You Need at Home?

Did you know? The risk of death in reported home fires is cut by 55% in homes with working smoke alarms...

The Importance of Fire Safety Training for All Family Members

Fire safety training is crucial to our safety, yet it usually takes a back seat until an emergency strikes. Whether...

Fire Detector vs. Smoke Alarm: What Are the Differences?

Fire detectors and smoke alarms help protect your property from fires. While many people believe that they’re the same, they’re...

Fire Safety Practices for Garages and Workshops

Did you know? About 6,600 garage fires occur in homes each year, which lead to 400 injuries, 30 deaths, and...

Are Exposed Wires Dangerous?

One of the biggest fire hazards at home is exposed wires. They’re a common electrical fire safety issue that you...

Fire Safety in High-Rise Buildings: What You Need to Know

High-rise buildings present challenges that low-rise buildings or standalone houses don’t. These challenges make fire safety a bit trickier for...

Choosing a Fire Safe: What You Need to Know

If you have to evacuate your house during a fire emergency, you have no choice but to leave everything behind....

How to Emotionally Recover From a Home Fire

When you lose your home to a fire, you lose more than just a property. You also lose your safe...

The Importance of Fire Drills: Home Edition

It’s great to have an escape plan or fire exit strategy, but it is even better if you practice it,...

How to Store Flammable Liquids and Gases Properly

We all have flammable liquids and gases at home, such as gasoline, pesticides, paint thinner, propane, and butane. Unfortunately, many...

How to Prevent Smoking and Vaping From Causing Fires

Did you know? Over 500 people are killed in home fires caused by cigarettes and other smoking items each year....

When to Evacuate Your House After a Fire Starts

Did you know? Fire can spread in as fast as 30 seconds. It spreads faster as heat, fuel, and oxygen...

How to Keep Your Home Safe From Fire While You’re Away

You’ve probably heard at least one horrible story about someone returning from a vacation only to have their house burned...

Fire Blanket vs. Lid: Which Is More Effective in Putting Out Kitchen Fires?

The kitchen is the leading spot where fires start, and they can be extremely dangerous if not extinguished as soon...

5 Fireplace Safety Tips Every Homeowner Must Know

Did you know? About two out of every five house fires involve solid-burning fuel, like those in fireplaces.  But how...

5 Heater Safety Tips During Cold Weather

Space heaters can bring warmth during cold weather but can start fires if you're not careful. In fact, the NFPA...

What Is the Fire Triangle and How Can You Use It to Put Out Fire?

Knowing how each component of the fire triangle works helps you put out fires more effectively to protect your loved...

How to Clean Your Oven to Prevent Fire

The oven is often one of the most neglected appliances in the kitchen because when it’s closed, we don’t see...

Can a Fire Blanket Filter Smoke?

A fire blanket is designed to get rid of fires that just started. It’s made of fire-retardant material, usually fiberglass...

What to Do If a Fire Starts While You're Asleep

According to FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency), about 51% of residential fire-related deaths in the US happen between 11 PM...

How to Clean Up After Using the Hero Fire Spray

Unlike fire extinguishers, the Hero Fire Spray doesn’t leave a mess. But depending on the fire, there are some guidelines...

Where to Put Fire Sprays at Home

Fire sprays can save your life. When placed strategically all over your house, they can put out small fires or...

How to Clean Up After Using a Fire Extinguisher

Cleaning up after using a fire extinguisher can put you at risk, so you have to protect yourself. If you...

Where to Put Fire Sprays at Work

Fire sprays are made to put out small fires, giving your business and employees extra protection. They should be placed...

How to Make Fire Safety Fun for Kids

Did you know? The United States Fire Administration (USFA) says children set over 100,000 fires each year. They also make...

Can You Use a Fire Blanket to Walk Through a Burning Room?

A fire blanket is a helpful firefighting tool in any home or business. It’s a flexible sheet usually made of...

Fire Blanket vs. Wet Towel: Which Is More Effective?

The fire blanket vs. wet towel debate has been around for years, with many still wondering which option is more...

How to Prevent Fires During the Holidays

Did you know? Fires during the holiday season cause over $930 million in damage and injure 2,600 individuals each year....

Where to Put Fire Blankets at Work

Every workplace must have fire blankets, and everyone needs to know where they are. Fire blankets smother flames and deprive...

Teaching Kids How to Use the Emergency Fire Blanket

Did you know? Ninety percent of fire-related deaths are due to house fires. Hence, teaching kids how to use the...

Where to Put Your Fire Blankets at Home

Fire blankets are useful tools in kitchens where grease fires are most likely to occur. They can also be used...

How to Dispose of Used Fire Sprays

Fire sprays are effective in putting out small fires quickly. However, they’re not designed for reuse. Knowing how to dispose...

How to Dispose of Used Fire Blankets

Disposing of fire blankets after use must be done safely to avoid problems. While the ideal scenario is never having...

Fire Spray vs. Fire Extinguisher: Which Should You Choose?

Fire sprays are easy to use and can put out fires in seconds. They're also typically used as alternatives to...