Last week, a Fresno man was injured when his e-cigarette exploded in his pocket. It’s a scene becoming more and more familiar across the country.
In our previous issue, we shared tips for avoiding home fires caused by traditional cigarettes. With this entry, we’ll focus on dangers posed by e-cigarettes.
Researchers tell us that about 45% of the U.S. population makes New Year’s resolutions. The beginning of the new year is a fantastic way to be proactive in keeping your home and family safe.
In this issue, we’ll focus on painless home safety New Year’s resolutions.
Mold in homes and businesses can lead to a host of dangers – especially for the elderly, infants and children, and people with immune systems that have been weakened.
A horrific warehouse fire in Oakland led to the loss of 36 lives. While officials believe that an overloaded electrical system was the cause of the blaze, it’s clear that the lack of sprinklers and clear exits contributed to the loss of life.
In this issue, we’ll share information about how you can make plans for escaping a fire in your home or business.
Carpeting is a huge investment for your home or business. While it can be frustrating if a patch of it is ripped, burned or stained, we’ll share tips on how you can repair small damaged spots yourself, helping you save a bit of money and extending the life of your carpet.
Crackling logs in the fireplace, sparkling decorations, decorated trees, and glowing lights are common during the holiday season. They’re also common for starting fires.
In this issue, we’ll focus on how to keep your home safe for you, your family and guests during this special time of the year.
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