We all love the Summer weather. Warmer weather means more activities and time with friends and family. Unfortunately, it can also mean more fires. Fires occur more during the Summer and Winter months. Today, we will be talking about Summer fires and how they occur, and ways to better prevent them from happening.
When we have family and friends over, it is easy to become distracted when cooking. If you are cooking on your stove, it is important to keep an eye on the food. It doesn’t take long for a grease fire to occur or food to become burnt. This is a common reason for house fires and one that can easily be prevented!
Bonfires are common in the Summer. People love to gather around large fires. They can roast marshmallows and enjoy time with loved ones. Bonfires can quickly grow out of control and possibly catch your home on fire. It is best never to leave a fire unattended. It is also important that the fire is built in a way that it is not close to your home or other flammable objects.
Fireworks are beautiful and a lot of fun! However, some fireworks are more likely to catch the grass or your existing home on fire. If fireworks are being lit around your home, make sure to do it away from your house and in an area that does not have a lot of grass or other objects that could catch fire.
If you do have a fire on your property, you will need to call a disaster restoration company. They can begin fire restoration and water damage restoration. With fire, damages come water damages from extinguishing the fire. A fire can be very destructive. Our team can help you during your time of need. It is best to prevent fires, but if one does occur, make sure always to contact a professional for insurance claims and proper clean-up.