Starting Fires the Right Way

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  • Professional Exhaust Hood Cleaning Servi...

    February 28th, 2014

    Every year, there are several grease fires that are reported from restaurants, with the total price of property losses nearing millions. Exhaust grease fires happen if flame and fuel (grease) are brought together. The first [...]

  • Farmingdale NJ Service Provides Oil Tank...

    February 28th, 2014

    When a gas station is bought and the new owners wish to convert the property to something other than a gas station, oil tank removal is necessary. Specialized services that are licensed to remove oil [...]

  • Five Ways That Recycling Metal Helps The...

    February 27th, 2014

    Most homeowners are familiar with recycling household waste metal, such as cans. Some people have also sold scrap metal sitting around their homes to recyclers who specialize in scrap metal processing. As the value of [...]

  • Radon Levels In Your Home Test High R...

    February 27th, 2014

    Maybe a neighbor ran a test that showed higher-than-normal levels of a radioactive gas called radon, or maybe you decided to run a radon test before selling your home or having a baby. The test [...]

Listen to Smokey

Listen to Smokey

If you grew up in the ’90s you’ve heard Smokey the Bear’s “Only you can prevent forest fires” slogan in school or on television. See why his slogan now say “Only you can prevent wild fires” instead.

Proper Fire Care

Proper Fire Care

You have to be smart when it comes to fires, inside or outside. Any dry surface can catch quickly, and a fire can get out of control. Once a fire spreads, there’s not much you can do. Learn proper fire safety to prevent it.

Put out the Fire

Put out the Fire

Putting out a fire once you’re finished–cooking, bon fire, or camping–is the first step to keeping the environment safe. Some fires will just die out on their own, but when you have a large fire, you have to take special precautions.