Archive for the ‘Safety Tips’ Category

Feb 21, 2017

Top 10 Tips for Stove Fire Prevention

Stove fire prevention is one of the leading factors to protecting your home and family. If you love to cook, or just cook once in a blue moon, knowing the best practices to keep your kitchen in tip top shape while staying safe is worth every minute you spend in preparation. Home fires often begin […]

Feb 02, 2017

The Importance of Regular Stove Inspections

Stove fire prevention comes in many forms including getting your stove inspected regularly. Sure, knowing the best practices of how to prevent a fire, combat a flame, and other precautionary methods are great ways to be prepared, the first step is to make sure your equipment is in working order. Everyone knows that it’s almost […]

Jan 30, 2017

The Risk of Gas and Electric Stove Fires

Whether you have a gas or electric stove, understanding the risk of a stove fire is imperative to your personal safety and the safety of your home and family. Each stove type offers pro’s and con’s as well as risk for a stove fire. If you have ever fought a gas stove fire, then you […]

Jan 15, 2017

The Basics on Kitchen Safety

Are you a new homeowner worried about kitchen safety? Do you want to know more about how to ensure that your new investment, family, and future is safe from potential fire hazards? If so, then these top kitchen fire tips can give you the confidence and peace of mind you deserve. Whether you own or […]

Dec 15, 2016

Risks of Cooking – Common Foods that Catch Fire

If you have ever been cooking and came face to face with a gas stove fire, then you know how horrifying that can be. A kitchen fire can be caused by some things, including the very foods we are trying to prepare. From spices, to grease popping out of the pan, to simply munching on […]

Dec 08, 2016

Planning a Fire Evacuation Route for your Family

Does your family know what to do in the event of an emergency? Do you have a well-planned fire evacuation route that offers multiple options? If you have a home and family, then it’s time to sit down and plan a proper fire evacuation route. One of the biggest mistakes families make is not preparing […]

Oct 31, 2013

Happy Halloween

Wishing you a happy & safe Halloween!

Aug 28, 2013

What really happens in an unattended cooking fire

We talk a lot about cooking fires here on the blog: how to prevent them, what to do if they occur, and how much damage they cause. We’ve shared some compelling stories and talked about homes and lives that have been saved by StoveTop FireStop. All of these things are important to discuss, but sometimes […]

Aug 16, 2013

Back to School means After School Cooking Safety

We’ve all heard the old adage “while the cat’s away, the mice will play.” That saying certainly applies to the relationship between parents and children during the summer months, particularly in homes where both parents work.  It’s a fear that all parents must share when they leave their young ones at home for long stretches […]

Jul 04, 2013

Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s… a ball of fire!

It’s that time of year again. The time when we all gather outside to celebrate the independence of our country from our oppressive ex-landlords, the British. And what better way to celebrate the tenacity, the grit, and perseverance of our great country and citizenry than by eating meat tubes of questionable content (aka hotdogs) and […]

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