With the colder months setting in, you may be starting to spend more time indoors. We turn up the heating, start lighting fires and often put heavy demands on our electrics. Use this fire safety checklist to make sure your home is safe this Fall and Winter.
A backed-up, overflowing toilet or sink can be distressing enough for any commercial property owner or business, but when sewage is involved, it can turn into a potentially hazardous clean-up situation.
The National Research Council of Canada (NRC) recently released a report titled “National guide for wildland-urban-interface fires.”
Are you looking for potential causes of water damage in your home? Here’s a list of some of the most common culprits and what you should do when you find them.
Given the right conditions, wildfires can occur anywhere. Ensuring your home and property are prepared for fire can prevent injury and death to people and animals, plus it can limit the amount of damage and destruction a fire can cause to your property and that of your neighbours and community.