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Don’t burn your house down when converting to LED lighting

LED lighting technology has been available for many years. However, compared to incandescent light bulbs the price tag was originally..

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Tips for practicing fire safety all year

Did you know October is Fire Prevention Month? The purpose of this month is to raise awareness and to share safety tips that can keep..

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Fire safety tips to keep college students safe

Sending children off to college for their first year, is an exciting time for families. College allows kids the freedom to make their..

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Power strip safety tips for your family

Power strips and surge protectors are a necessity in many homes today. With smartphones, tablets, streaming media devices, and gaming..

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Five high-tech ways to reduce fire risk

House fires are something most homeowners live in fear of, but today’s technology can help you ensure the safety of you, your family,..

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Keep your chimney in shape by having it inspected

As the days get shorter, and the leaves start changing, you may be tempted to light a fire in your wood burning fireplace. While it’s..

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Tips to prevent your home from starting on fire this winter

Howling winds, drifting snow, and cold temperatures make it challenging at times to leave the comfort and warmth of our homes. Snuggling..

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Where there’s smoke, there’s fire … including your garage

Now that fall is officially here, it's time to prepare your home for the cold weather like putting on the storm doors, cleaning your..

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Five tips for selecting, installing, and maintaining your furnace filter

Shorter days, blowing leaves, and cooler temperatures are reminders that winter is coming. If you’re like me, you’re scrambling to get..

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Tips for selecting a home fire extinguisher

In 1925, President Calvin Coolidge proclaimed the first National Fire Prevention Week. According to the National Archives and Records..

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Is there an unknown fire hazard in your electrical panel?

The electrical load on a household has significantly increased in the last 50 years. Today most people have at least one computer,..

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Dehumidifiers can overheat and catch fire. Do you have one?

There are millions of dehumidifiers in homes across the country. A dehumidifier takes the moisture out of the air and keeps our homes..

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