Staying Safe with Space Heaters

During the winter months, we are all desperate to stay as warm and cozy as we can. In order to stay warm in winter months, you might need something more than your standard home heating system. Many people use a variety of heating units in winter months, including space heaters. Space heaters are a convenient… Read more »

Making Your Rental Property Fire Safe

As a landlord, you have a lot of responsibilities that you need to keep in mind at all times. One of the most important ones is doing everything within your power to ensure that your rental properties are as “fireproof” as possible. There’s no guarantee that a fire won’t ever affect one of your properties… Read more »

Holiday Season Fire Safety

During the holiday season, the risk of a house fire tremendously increases. With fireplaces blazing, candles glowing, lights twinkling, and ovens baking, the holiday season brings many fire threats along with it. It is important that you and your loved ones remain safe while enjoying all of your holiday traditions. Oh Christmas Tree! If you… Read more »

Practice Fireplace Safety this Winter

As cold temperatures get settled in for a long winter’s nap, many of us start to settle in by our fireplace. Many people use their fireplaces frequently in the winter months and something about a fireplace can make a home feel so cozy. However, it is important to understand how to keep your home safe… Read more »

Fire Companies Set Controlled Fires for National Fire Prevention Month

October is National Fire Prevention Month and many fire companies educated their local communities on fire safety throughout the month. It is great to see people making fire safety a focus in their communities and fire companies in Illinois focused specifically on sprinkler systems. Various fire departments in Northern Illinois educated the public on fire… Read more »

How to Plan Workplace Emergency and Evacuation Responses

Having an emergency action plan (EAP) is critical for every workplace. However, just having a plan in place isn’t enough. You also need trained individuals who can coordinate and supervise employees in order to ensure a safe evacuation. In addition, your EAP must be up-to-date, and all of your employees must be trained before an… Read more »

How a Residential Fire Sprinkler System Adds Value to the Home

Are you interested in adding to the current value of your home? One of the quickest ways to do it is by installing a residential fire sprinkler system. A typical fire sprinkler system can stop a fire from spreading throughout a home in about 90 seconds and help you avoid major damage to your home…. Read more »

Domino’s Pizza Helping to Spread the Word about Fire Safety

If you are a fan of Domino’s Pizza, you may have already noticed the newest addition to the company’s takeout pizza boxes – a flyer full of fire safety tips that reminds customers to check their smoke detectors’ batteries when they turn their clocks forward for daylight saving time this weekend. The flyer was created… Read more »

Spring Ahead with Spring Maintenance

Spring is the perfect time of year to get a fresh start and take care of a few tasks around the office that you’ve been putting off, especially when it comes to fire sprinkler maintenance. If you own or manage any type of commercial property, you can take advantage of a number of preventative services… Read more »