Residential fireproofing is absolutely essential for protecting your family and your property from an unexpected, and potentially devastating fire. And though fires usually occur unexpectedly and may not always be preventable, there are quite a few steps that you can take to help protect your home from a fire, including:

  • Checking your electrical systems at least once every two years
  • Checking gas lines, furnaces, and water heaters annually
  • Using fire-retardant insulation and materials when building or renovating
  • Having regular fire drills and explaining to your family what to do in case of a fire

In this series of blogs on residential fireproofing, we’ll discuss all of these things and more, to help ensure that you stay safe, even in the case of a serious residential fire. From proper fire extinguisher placement and use, to the proper maintenance of smoke and fire alarms and fire retardant spray, we’ll discuss it all in this section of our website.

If you’re interested in learning more about how to protect yourself and your property, we recommend taking a look at a few of the articles below. You’re sure to learn a thing or two, and get some insider information on the best ways that you can fireproof your home.