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When the Weather Outside is Frightful …

The ambiance of a warm fire is so delightful. With fall weather in full swing and holidays just around the corner, a fire in the fireplace can do wonders for your soul and lessen the chill of a cold, damp evening. Whether you use a gas or wood-burning fireplace, keep… [ Keep reading ]

Don’t Get Spooked this Halloween – It Can Still Be Safe and Fun for All

As with so many things this year, celebrating a holiday like Halloween during a global pandemic can still be done. It just takes on a different look and feel to keep everyone safe. In addition to our Fire Safety tips above, consider these 2020 tips from the American Academy of… [ Keep reading ]

Fire Prevention Month: The Home Protection System You Can’t Afford to Be Without

Pop quiz: You’re home sleeping in bed at night. Suddenly, the smoke alarm sounds, abruptly waking you from a sound sleep. What do you do? a. Put the pillow over your head to drown out the noise.b. Roll over and go back to sleep.c. Curse and mutter about yet another… [ Keep reading ]

Kids can have a burning curiosity: Seattle’s Fire Stoppers program can help

To say 2020 has been a year like no other is an understatement. The pandemic still persists, local businesses are struggling, and so much of our lives remain disrupted. With the onset of a new school year and most families still largely at home, parents have more to juggle than… [ Keep reading ]

National Preparedness Month – Week 4: Teach Youth about Preparedness

Knowing your family is prepared will help maintain peace of mind during a disaster. Take time to have a conversation together and talk about what each family member can do to keep themselves safe. Let your child know there may be time or communication delays when emergencies happen. Make sure… [ Keep reading ]