Preparing for a fire loss
Preparing for a fire doesn't have to be hard. It’s knowing where to start that is the toughest sometimes.
Smoke Detectors: There are a lot of detectors on the market. However, the best detectors have 10 year batteries. Instead of changing a 9 volt every year, you just change the whole detector every 10 years.
Evacuation Plan: The website www.ready.gov is a wonderful place to start. They have many evacuation plans for families in homes and apartment buildings.
Fire Safety: Practicing fire safety is the best preparation for any home. Stay in the kitchen when cooking. Store combustibles away from the house and not in the garage. Practice safety when using space heaters and candles.