After winter, good weather means getting outside and gathering with friends and family for a backyard BBQ. Before you fire up the grill, consider safety. In 2007, 18,700 people went to an emergency room with injuries linked to grills, according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Here are some simple guidelines to ensure BBQ safety:
Immediately following the fire, call a smoke and fire damage restoration specialist to help assess the damage in the home and begin the clean up process. A fire damage restoration professional can save a lot of money, time and keep your family safe when dealing with fire damage, but here are some things you can do before they arrive to help speed up the process a bit more.
If those are the extent of our holiday setbacks, we’re fortunate, because there are plenty of unforeseen things that can cause expensive and sometimes dangerous problems. Here are some home safety tips to keep you protected and sane.