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Chimney Safety

Many people have masonry chimneys, but did you know that any portion of that chimney located on the interior of the building (Such as attic space) should have at least 2 inches of air-space clearance from combustibles. 53 more words

A note about fire safety...

From the Ponderosa Property Owners Association (PPOA) Fire Brigade Leader:

With the Summer in full swing and the daytime temperatures reaching record highs, we need to ensure we are doing all we can to protect our properties from the threat of fire. 354 more words

Ponderosa

Things Everyone Should Know: Fire Safety

I know I know, everyone learned fire safety in kindergarten. When you hear the fire alarm calmly make your way to the nearest exit and get away from the building (no roasting marshmallows). 424 more words

Tips

Preparing a Household for a Disaster

Homeowners throughout Canada face a variety of natural hazards, including earthquakes, floods and wildfires.

If you are unprepared for one of these disasters, you and your family could be left without food, electricity or even shelter. 281 more words

Personal Insurance

Types of fire protection systems

Fire accidents can happen anytime at any place, hence firefighting equipment should be put up in every home and business organization for safety purposes.

Firefighting prevents spreading of fire and extinguishes it as soon as possible. 370 more words

Fire Caddy

Summer months increase the risk of wildfire damage across the United States

-by Erik Sargent

The summer months of the year mean bonfires, fireworks, and an increase in the use of various motor vehicles for people across the country as they enjoy the hot weather. 946 more words