Residential Fire Protection

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Each year thousands of families lose their homes, possessions or loved ones to devastating residential fires. Fires are often surprise events that can completely destroy everything in a matter of minutes. For more information, please visit; http://www.palmettosecurity.org.

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Residential Fire Protection

  1. 1. Residential Fire Protection<br />www.PalmettoSecurity.org<br />
  2. 2. Each year thousands of families lose their homes, possessions or loved ones to devastating residential fires. Fires are often surprise events that can completely destroy everything in a matter of minutes.<br />To prevent your family from being the victims of such a terrifying scenario install an effective fire protection component in your home.<br />www.PalmettoSecurity.org<br />
  3. 3. Have smoke detectorsinstalled in each room of your house<br />Carbon monoxide and monitored smoke alarm systems are the most important tools<br />www.PalmettoSecurity.org<br />
  4. 4. A carbon monoxide alarm system is essential because carbon monoxide gas is the "silent killer". It is odorless, tasteless, colorless and toxic.CO gas can cause fatigue, dizziness, unconsciousness and possibly death if undetected.<br />www.PalmettoSecurity.org<br />
  5. 5. A Dual Sensor Smoke Alarm sounds fast for fires that have flames and fires that have smoke and fumes without flames.<br />There are models available that are extremely energy efficient, and the warning given by them has saved many homes and more importantly, lives.<br />www.PalmettoSecurity.org<br />
  6. 6. One out of three home fires start in the kitchen. Remember to always stay in the kitchen while cooking and keep things that are flammable, such as dishtowels, paper, plastic bags and curtains at least three feet away from the stove top while cooking. <br />www.PalmettoSecurity.org<br />
  7. 7. Teach children what the smoke alarm sounds like and what to do when they hear the alarm sound.<br />www.PalmettoSecurity.org<br />
  8. 8. Check smoke alarms monthly by pressing the test button.<br />Double-check the kitchen to be sure the oven and all appliances are turned off before going to bed or leaving the house.<br />www.PalmettoSecurity.org<br />
  9. 9. Prepare an escape plan and practice it often.<br />Having preventative and protective measures in place before a fire breaks out is virtually the only way to prevent the spread of damage.<br />www.PalmettoSecurity.org<br />
  10. 10. For More Information <br />Visit us @<br />www.PalmettoSecurity.org<br />Or Call @<br />1-800-487-2365<br />

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