Don’t Wait Until the Heat of the Moment
A home fire doubles in size every 30 seconds. This means every second you spend trying to decide what to do is time that could be spent getting family members to safety. Have a plan so if that time comes, you and your family are prepared for it.
Your Most Prized Possession
As a homeowner, you probably have homeowner’s insurance that covers the cost of damages after a fire, but your most prized possession is your family. You can be compensated for the material things that were lost, but the memories and experiences shared with your loved ones can never be replaced.
-cheaper than having to rebuild
When there is an emergency in the home, your only responsibility should be getting loved ones out of the house. The firefighter communicator alerts the local fire department when your smoke alarms go off, giving them more lead time to save your home, and giving you more time to focus on getting to safety.
Do Your Part & Fire Won’t Start
The most effective way to protect yourself from a fire is to prevent it from happening by removing fire hazards. Often times, home fires start in the kitchen. Just by keeping flammable objects away from the stove, you can drastically decrease the chances of a fire. For more tips on keeping your home and family safe, check out the videos below.