How to Prevent Fire and Water, Mold Damages

Fire and water were once the best friends of man, while simultaneously being the greatest enemies of man. What we humans must try to do is come to terms with this enigma of good and evil.
Home owners, condo owners, tenants and landlords all face the risk of damages from burning, as well as exposure to water and mold. In order to avoid being a victim of the three most influential elements of home (or business) destruction, this article aims to briefly outline essential steps to be taken. -Click to read more
Preventing Fire
When investigating leading causes of residential or company fires, the experts reveal a highly troubling reality. Incredibly, for smoking, cooking or using lit candles, general liability causes include carelessness, forgetfulness, smoking, recklessness and absentmindedness.
Follow these recommendations and help reduce horrific casualties and damage from fire that statistically involves devastating loss of life.
In the inflammable receptacle, lit candles should always be placed and never left unattended.
Remove matches, cigarette lighters and any alternative lighting mechanism from the control of children
Have a fire extinguisher in realistic scope
Install working smoke detectors on each floor of your home at key locations and never disconnect them.
Never leave cooking unattended on the stove top
Never connect an extension cord to a transportable heater
Make sure that no cloth or flammable material is near your transportable heater.
Inspect your home or company for fire hazards
Design a fire escape plan and perform fire drills for families and staff, often
Harm to Water
It is the nightmare of any homeowner or resident – a burst water pipe! Notorious for causing house harm of thousands upon thousands of dollars, the full destruction capacity of a burst water pipe can be prevented by observing these important rules:
Identify the location of the main water turnoff tap so that you can shut the water supply off if necessary.
Teach family or home inhabitants how to shut down the supply of water at the first sight of a water leak
Keep a record of water leakage and follow-up on repairs required