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How to Stay Prepared for a Fire in Your Columbiana Home

3/26/2021 (Permalink)

The words "Fire Safety" sit inside a circle of matches. We have highly trained fire restoration technicians to get your home to preloss condition fast.

It’s no secret that home fires peak during the winter months, as said by the Red Cross. Even though this isn’t peak home fire season, it’s important to stay on your toes and continue to be prepared. Here’s what you should be doing to continue to keep your Columbiana household safe from fires in the Spring.

  • Practice Your Fire Escape Plan

It’s always important to practice how to execute your fire escape plan. No matter the season, a fire can happen at any time. Practicing your fire escape plan can be the difference between a smooth evacuation and a fire turning into a catastrophe. If you do not have a fire escape plan, learn how to create one here.

  • Identify Fire Hazards

Preventing fires in your home is the best way to stay safe. Identifying major fire hazards such as cooking, HVAC systems, and exposed electrical wires is important. Knowing where fires may start in your home means you can be safe around these hazards.

  • What to Do After a Fire

If you’re prepared for a fire in your Columbiana home, everyone should be safe. However, the damage is there. What do you do then? You call SERVPRO of North Columbiana County. We have highly trained fire restoration technicians to get your home to preloss condition fast.

Call us at (330) 921-4931 or visit our Website to begin getting your Columbiana home back to preloss condition today!

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