Avoid Fires this Holiday Season

The holiday season is among us and you’re probably gearing up to spend time with your family and friends! Although the holidays are full of joyful moments, they also open up time for some unique fire hazards. Spend your holiday happy and care-free by taking these precautions. 

Cooking

With Thanksgiving dinner on the horizon, your stove is going to be getting a lot of attention. it’s important that you pay close attention to what you’re doing! Be sure to turn off the stove when you leave the kitchen, set a timer for food that you’re letting sit, and keep flammable objects away.

Smoking

If you smoke, be sure to do it outside, use a safe ashtray, and never toss your cigarettes into a bush. Fan of using e-cigarettes? Never leave them charging overnight and don’t use it if it gets wet!

Candles

We know, it’s festive candle season and trust us, we’re excited too! But, there are a few things to remember when using them. Never fall asleep with a candle lit, keep them away from things that could easily catch on fire, and keep them out of reach of children and pets.

Have you lost parts of your home to fire?

Although renovating after a fire is more complicated than a standard renovation, our training helps us know what to look for to quickly evaluate the damage to the home! Our goal is to make it a little easier for our customers to handle, and take as much of the stress off of you as possible. We take care of our customers starting with the emergency services all the way through the reconstruction and end of the job! We specialize in working with insurance companies to make the process run a little smoother and get our customers back in their homes as quickly as possible.

If you and your family have been through a traumatic event, like fire, give us a call! We’ll help you get back on your feet. (205) 769 9967

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We are open for Emergency Services during COVID-19

If something happens at your home and you need our assistance, our restoration division is here to help with emergency services throughout this stressful time. We are prepared to take any and all precautions when it comes to the safety of your family and our team members, including meetings through web conferencing or FaceTime if an in person meeting isn’t necessary. Should an in person meeting be necessary, any and all measures will be taken including social distancing, masks and gloves, and proper sanitization where needed.

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