Did you know that almost half of house fires start in the
It’s that time of year when we spend a lot of time in the
Hosting friends and family, baking, making a meal for a sick
With so much going on, it’s too easy to get distracted or
A fire extinguisher is an essential household item.
But remember … they either expire (in ~12 years) or need to be
recharged (~ every 6 years).
Raise your hand if
a) you know where your fire extinguisher is located
b) it’s still good
I just checked, and I’m good. 🙂
I also found a great product for you.
Check out Prepared Hero’s easy-to-use and affordable fire blanket. Perfect for a stovetop fire – and doesn’t create the giant
mess of a fire extinguisher.
For your Smart Homeowner list
FREE Locate your fire extinguisher(s). Check expiration dates.
Make sure everyone in the household knows where they are and how
to use them.
FREE Test your smoke detectors and change batteries if needed.
$ Buy an Emergency Fire Blanket. Buy several and give as gifts. (Order today and get it before Christmas)
$$ Buy an interlinked set of Smoke Carbon Monoxide detectors for all bedrooms. (Follow instructions for placement
related to a kitchen.)
P.S. Have a favorite home safety item to recommend? Hit reply and
let me know!