Long Beach fire department officials believe that a May 30 apartment fire that left one man dead started in the man’s bedroom. According to statistics, about 80% of civilian home fire deaths are caused by fires that begin in the bedroom.
In this issue, we’ll talk about how you can prevent fires from igniting in your bedroom.
If the roof of your home or business is damaged by heavy rains, winds or falling debris, a roof tarp can be a good quick-fix until professional repairs can be made.
In this issue, we’ll talk about the benefits of a roof tarp as well as the negative effects if left on your roof for too long.
Thanks to the record rainfall we experienced during the winter months, the 2017 California wildfire seasoncould be one for record books. In fact, two fires have already burned thousands of acres – one in East County and another in Santee.
In this issue, we’ll talk about ways you can protect your property during wildfire season.
Mold growth is not limited to your basement. Don’t get us wrong, the basement is a common place to find mold growth, but there are other areas of your home where mold will flourish.
Your laundry room, for example, most likely produces the ideal environment for mold growth because of the abundance of two key conditions: heat and humidity.
In this issue, we’ll share tips for how to find and prevent mold from growing in your laundry room.
The summertime months are when thunderstorms really get going. With them comes the threat of lightning, which can easily spark home and business fires.
How common are fires caused by lightning? The National Fire Protection Association tells us that fire departments in the U.S. respond to about 22,600 fires per year that were caused by lightning.
In this issue, we’ll share information about how you can protect your home or businesses from lightning fires.
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