Barry Weir Discusses
Park Homes Fire Safety
Learn how to fireproof your mobile home from a leading
authority on park homes, Barry Weir
Barry Weir always suggests park home owners check their
smoke alarms regularly so that they know if they are in working
According to Barry Weir, park homes smoke alarms should be
tested every week and batteries should be changed each year.
Barry Weir believes all park home owners should have a fire
blanket and fire extinguisher handy in their mobile home.
Barry Weir suggests keeping these items close to the kitchen,
which is where house fires typically occur.
One of the best pieces of advice Barry Weir can give park
home owners is to frequently check their electrical appliances
and electrical sockets around their home.
When there are damaged or exposed wires in park homes,
Barry Weir recommends getting them repaired or replaced
As Barry Weir has already pointed out, kitchens are one of the
most common places for fires to occur in park homes. For this
reason, it’s important to never leave pots, pans, or other
cooking equipment unattended while you are cooking.
Making a habit of double checking stove burners to make sure
they’re off all the way is also a wise move.
If you’re someone who smokes cigarettes or cigars, Barry Weir
wants you to know that it’s important to be responsible with
your smoking when you live in a park home.
Use a proper ashtray and make sure whatever you’re smoking
is full extinguished before leaving it unattended. Also, never
smoke while laying in bed.