Archive for the ‘Fire Protection’ Category

  • Is Your Steel Commercial Building Really Fireproof?

    Steel is known for being an excellent commercial building material, and part of its strength lies in its reduced flammability. Compared to other common commercial building materials, like wood and vinyl, steel seems pretty fireproof. However, being fire resistant isn’t… Read More

  • The Importance of Fire Alarms in Commercial Facilities

    Fire alarms are one of the most important parts of fire safety in commercial facilities. Beyond being a requirement by law, fire alarms are also a critical way of alerting your employees, clients, customers, and neighbors of a fire somewhere… Read More

  • 3 Extremely Common Myths About Fire Protection Plans

    Everyone needs a fire protection plan.  Because they’re so vital, it’s not surprising that a lot of information surrounding these plans can end up being common rumors.  However, in order for you to have a proper fire protection plan, you… Read More

  • Keep Your Business Safe with the Right Type of Fire Extinguisher

    Unfortunately, many business owners don’t go far enough in developing a business fire safety plan because they assume that one size fits all. Just like one size uniform doesn’t fit all of your employees, one fire extinguisher doesn’t fit every… Read More

  • How to Burn a Candle Safely in Your Home

    Few things are nicer than a lovely-smelling candle burning on a spring afternoon. Unfortunately, few things are also a bigger firestarter for a residential fire! Lighting a candle is something that most people enjoy whether it’s bathtime or dinner time,… Read More

  • Why Do You Need Commercial Fire Protection?

    If you own a commercial or multi-residential building, investing in commercial fire protection is key. You want to make sure that both the people using your property and your investment itself are safe and secure. While buildings can be rebuilt,… Read More

  • How to Prepare an Emergency Plan for Your Business

    An emergency plan often means the difference between property damage and property loss, or safety and injury. Preparing an emergency plan for your business is critical to protecting your property, your business, your customers, and your employees. Here is a… Read More

  • Is Your Boiler Room Free of Fire Hazards?

    The boiler room is one of the most flammable places in your residential or commercial property, and chances are that you already know that! While many people realize that boiler rooms are hot spots for fire and emergency situations, those… Read More

  • 4 of the Most Common Causes of Residential Fires

    Whether or not you realize it, residential fires are incredibly and heartbreakingly common throughout the United States. Every year, there are between 350,000-400,000 house fires that result in a whopping $8 billion in damages. Residential fires can cause huge property… Read More

  • 3 Signs Your Fire Protection System Needs an Update

    Fire protection systems are very important components of a business, though their maintenance frequently gets overlooked.  It’s easy to forget about fire protection when you’re running a business; your schedule probably gets overwhelming, and you’ll put this aspect on the… Read More