Earlier this month, a fire destroyed a restaurant in Fountain Valley. Thankfully, the blaze occurred at 3:30 am and no injuries were reported.
If you were in a public place with lots of people around and a fire or some other catastrophic emergency occurred, would you know how to find safety?
With a bit of help from the National Fire Protection Association, we’ll talk in this issue about how you can size-up a building even before you sit down so that you can quickly have a plan of action in place.
Did you know that concern for our environment and our planet had made its way to carpet cleaning? It’s called “green carpet and upholstery cleaning.” In this issue, we’ll talk about it.
We hope you’ve taken precautions (smoke alarms, fire extinguishers) to help protect your family, your home and your business from fires. In this issue, we’ll talk about extra things you can do to protect your home and business from intruders.
If a small fire broke out in your home or business, would you know how to keep it from turning into a churning blaze?
In this issue, we’ll share tips for putting how small fires.
With the warmer days upon us, plenty of folks will be using their air conditioners more frequently. One of the best things you can do for your heating, ventilation, and air condition unit (HVAC) is to regularly change the filter.
In this issue, we’ll tell you why it’s important and provide tips for choosing the right filter for your unit.
While the floods have receded in Northern California cities and towns, many residents are now having to face the dangers of mold.
Did you know that mold can begin to grow merely a day or two after flooding? In this issue, we’ll talk about that and steps you can take to curb the growth of mold in your home or business.
On this space, we’ve provided numerous tips for cleaning and maintaining the carpet in your home and office. In this issue, though, we’ll turn our attention to cleaning the carpet in your car or truck.
We spend so much time in our vehicles, so it’s important that we keep it clean – for it looks and our health!
Would it surprise you to know that with structural fires, more deaths are caused by the smoke rather than the flames? According to the National Fire Protection Association, that’s true. That’s because of the toxic fumes generated by all the other things in your home or business that are burning.
In this issue, we’ll take a more detailed look at the dangers of smoke from home and business fires, and how to guard yourself against being overcome by smoke.
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