Get ready to FALL backwards!
Daylight Savings starts Sunday, November 4th.
This weekend is also a good time to take these steps to make sure your household is prepared for emergencies.
- 7 people die every day from a home fire.
- 36 people suffer injuries as a result of home fires every day.
- Over $7 billion in property damage occurs every year.
Test Smoke Alarms : Take a few minutes to test and replace smoke alarm batteries if needed. Push the test button on each alarm to ensure the alarms are working. It is also a great time to check carbon monoxide detectors.
Install Smoke Alarms : If you don’t already have smoke alarms, install them ASAP! At a minimum, put one on every level of the home, inside bedrooms, and outside sleeping areas. Check your local building codes for additional requirements.
Practice An Escape Plan : Make sure everyone in the household knows how to get out of every room and how to get out of the home in less than two minutes. If a fire occurs in your home: GET OUT, STAY OUT, and CALL FOR HELP. Never go back inside for anyone or anything.
The Aftermath : If a fire occurs in your home, having professionals by your side is one of the keys to easing the stress of unexpected disasters. When disaster strikes, Humboldt should be one of your first phone calls. Our professional team has been helping homeowners and restoration companies during these times by moving, packing and storing household goods when time is of the essence. Our team is experienced, trained and ready to assist you when you need it the most. The pack out is stress-free and our team shows up and gets right to work. Need assistance? Contact our Emergency Services division today!