Kitchen fires are more common than we think, more than 166,100 house fires are responded to by U.S. fire departments each year.
Some Safety tips:
1. Always keep one or more fire extinguishers in your home, one in the kitchen, and one in your storage areas, pantry, or laundry room.
2. Never have any oven mitts, wooden utensils, food packaging, towels or curtains — away from your stovetop.
3. Place smoke alarms all throughout your house to always know when a fire is in your home.
4. If a fire occurs in your home GET OUT, STAY OUT, and CALL FOR HELP.
Once the fire is put call SERVPRO of Centreville, Marion, and Selma to help take the cleaning out of your hands. 205-926-6010