Smoke detectors should be tested once a month and have their batteries replaced twice a year when you set the clocks for daylight savings time.
Articles in this section
- How Long Does it Take to Repair a Home After a Fire?
- Holiday Home Fire Safety Tips
- While each part of your home is affected differently by fire and smoke damage, you can expect the fire damage restoration process to involve neutralizing odors from smoke and purifying contaminated air with industrial equipment such as air scrubber mac
- Fire Safety Prevention
- After a house fire, smoke damage can affect ceilings, walls, doors/windows as well as internal structures including the electrical and HVAC systems, so be sure to hire a professional fire damage restoration service for a thorough assessment.
- Top Five Most Common Areas in Your Home Where Fires Start
- How to Prepare Your Home for Wildfire Season
- What to Expect from the Fire Cleanup Process
- What to do After a Major House Fire
- Why Immediate Fire Damage Restoration is So Important