Your daily, seemingly insignificant tasks may result in deadly house fires. To help prevent house fires, you should learn the underlying causes.
In-depth research by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) shows that more than 350,000 homes catch fire per year in the U ...Read More
Extensive research shows that 27% of reported fires between 2014 to 2018 took place in homes. In addition to this, 73% of all reported injuries were a result of home fires.
It means that protecting yourself and your valuables from fire should be on the top of your mind. Thus, ...Read More
Recently because of covid-19 homeowners have been cleaning out their houses to remove unwanted materials. Some items that are being thrown away consist of hazardous materials. When these materials are crushed in the packer, a small fire starts. This is dangerous because there is ...Read More
In August 2020, lightning contributed to several fires throughout California, Oregon, and Washington and continuing with additional ignitions through early September. More than 4.6 million record-breaking acres have burned by over 100 fires fueled by dry terrain, hot temperatures ...Read More
There are many tools and observations that forensic fire investigators use to determine the origin and cause of a fire. Before the early 1980's, theories rather than scientific methods were used to determine the cause. This was mostly due to a lack of technology that we now have ...Read More
Many people believe that fire alarms trigger fire sprinklers, however, this is a pervasive myth. In fact, fire alarms and fire sprinklers are very different parts of an important system and they are designed to act as their name suggests. A typical fire sprinkler head in a fire s ...Read More
Ideally, all commercial buildings should have a state-of-the-art fire sprinkler system to help save lives and minimize potential structural damage. There are four types of fire sprinkler systems. In this article, we will explore what sets each one apart so you can learn more abou ...Read More
From 2019 to present, the Australian brush-fires have been burning across the continent. As of January 14th, 2020, the fires have consumed over 46 million acres and killed a staggering billion animals. Many of the creatures were close to extinction when the fires started and expe ...Read More
On March 25, 1911, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in Greenwich Village of New York City caught fire. It would become known as the worst industrial fire in the area’s history and one of the deadliest in the nation. The fire caused the tragic deaths of 123 women and 23 men. Most w ...Read More
Beginning on October 23, 2019, Sonoma County, California was affected by the Kincade Fire. The fire ignited at 9:24 pm in the northeast region of Geyserville. It quickly spread and would ultimately cover more than 77,758 acres - a massive fire that terrorized the region.
The Thr ...Read More