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Never leave cooking, candles or smoking materials unattended.

Never store flammables in living spaces or near any heat sources.

Do not overload outlets or surge protectors and unplug all electrical appliances when not in use.

Have a certified electrician do any electrical work in your home and have it inspected by a certified inspector.

Clean chimneys and flues, dryer vents, refrigerator coils and compressors and all heating vents and air ducts regularly.

 

   

 

   

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Draw a floor plan of your home marking two exits from every room.

Talk to your entire family about the closest and fastest exits for them to use when escaping the home.

Decide on a meeting place that everyone can get to safely. Explain to the children that no matter how scared they are they should never hide.

Practice escaping the home using your smoke alarms to start the fire drill and make sure everyone gets to the meeting place quickly. Educate your family to never leave the meeting place until everyone is accounted for and be sure you emphasize that they should never go back inside the house for any reason. Kids especially have a tendency to try and go back in the house to save their toys or pets.

Practicing a fire drill at least once a year with all members of your family is the only way to help insure that everyone might remember what to do the night of a fire.

 THE WORST THING YOU CAN DO IS IGNORE YOUR SMOKE ALARMS WHEN THEY FALSE ALARM!  EVERY TIME YOUR ALARMS SOUND, FOR ANY REASON, YOU SHOULD HAVE EVERYONE WHO IS IN THE HOUSE GET OUT TO THE MEETING PLACE.
 

   
     

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In approximately half of the fatal home fires that happen in the U.S. each year, the homes do not have working fire alarms.

Having reliable smoke, heat and carbon monoxide alarms can help insure that your family has the time they need to get everyone out of the house and to your meeting place safely.

Current residential building code in the U.S. requires a smoke alarm installed in every bedroom, in the hallways outside of the bedrooms and one on each level of the home. The National Fire Protection Association recommends that you consider instating additional smoke, heat and carbon monoxide alarms for increased protection in areas where fires are likely to occur but where alarms are not required by code. These areas include the kitchen, laundry area, furnace and utility room, attic, garage, offices, dens, bonus rooms, game & theater rooms.

It is extremely important that you understand the differences in smoke and heat alarm technology along with which type of alarms go in which rooms of your home. Some alarms function better in smoldering fires and others better in flaming fires. Some types of alarms can even detect both types of fires effectively.

The most common type of smoke alarm for residential applications, the ionization smoke alarm, has been proven over and over to have as high as a 20% failure rate in flaming fires and up to a 55% failure rate in smoldering fires. In addition to it's extremely high failure rate, this type of smoke alarm, which is in most peoples homes, has a history of false alarms and nuisance alarms. Some ionization alarms "cry wolf" so frequently that families have been know to ignore them when they sound or even worse, disable the alarms completely leaving themselves and their families with no fire protection at all.

 

   
     
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