In honor of National Fire Prevention Month we have several must have products to help keep your family and home safe and prepared.
Almost 60% of reported home fire deaths resulted from fires in homes with no working smoke alarms. The First Alert SA303CN3 battery bowered smoke alarm with silence button is a reliable option. This unit features a convenient silence/test button, blinking power light and 85-decibel alarm along with a side battery drawer and missing battery guard, plus a low battery warning and is tamper resistant This alarm has a 5-year limited warranty.
The First Alert SA304CN3 smoke alarm features an escape light to help illuminate your path to safety and a 10-year limited warranty. When smoke alarms fail to operate, it is usually because batteries are missing, disconnected, or dead. Make sure you test your alarms regularly and remember to change your batteries often; a good rule is to switch out your batteries at the beginning of daylight savings time in spring and fall.
Two of every five home fires started in the kitchen with unattended cooking sited as a major factor. A fire extinguisher is must-have for the kitchen. With high safety standards and a practical design, the Kidde 2-2/12-Lb. kitchen fire extinguisher has a easy to pull safety pin. You can help protect your family from future kitchen fires this UL-listed fire extinguisher.
Almost half of home electrical fires involved electrical distribution or lighting equipment. Other leading types of equipment were washer or dryers, fan, portable space heaters, air conditioning units and water heaters.. Have your homes wiring inspected by a qualified electrician to prevent faulty wiring casing a potential fire in your home or business. Click on this link for more safety tips from the National Fire Protection Association and spread the word about fire safety.
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