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The Do's and Don'ts of Grease Fires

You probably don’t consider everyday cooking a hazard - unless you just purchased some quality knives that are extra sharp! Besides the occasional nick on the finger or a minor burn getting ...
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Fire Prevention Week [Infographic]

It's Fire Prevention Week! The key message of this year’s campaign is all about smoke alarms. Roughly half of all home fire deaths result from fires reported between the hours of 11 pm and 7 ...
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Is Do-It-Yourself Mold Remediation a Good Idea?

Is Do-It-Yourself Mold Remediation a Good Idea? You’ve recently had water damage or a leaky pipe that’s been slowly dripping over a period of time. Or perhaps you’ve smelled a musty ...
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6 Tips for avoiding frozen pipes in Utah

Posted by Dan Seaman Being prepared for the cold Utah weather can help you avoid expensive damage to your home or business in the form of water damage. As water freezes, it expands. This expansion ...
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How long does it take a Christmas Tree to Start a Devastating Fire? Hint: It's Seconds!

Each year the fire department responds to an average of 210 structure fires caused by Christmas Trees. In the video below you will see just how quickly a tree can catch fire and engulf a room. Not ...
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Space Heaters a Potential Cause of Fire Damage

picture source: familyhandyman.com Are electric space heaters present in your home or office? If so, take a moment to read over these safety tips. These devices are for supplemental heat and not meant ...
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