Howdy, my name is Steve. I live in Perth, Australia with my wife and our two lovely kids. On this blog, I will be passing on everything I have learnt about servicing household appliances. I should point out that I am not a professional when it comes to this subject, but I have learnt a lot over the past couple of years. I spend my days working for an investment bank, so when I get home, I like nothing more than to spend some time in the kitchen cooking with my wife. I rely heavily on my kitchen appliances so I decided I would learn how to look after them. My brother-in-law is an appliance repairman and he gave me some great tips.
Now that the long hot days of summer have given way to the long cold nights of winter, it is time to get serious about fire prevention and fire safety. The winter season is always a busy time for firefighters, and if you do not want your home to become another statistic there are some proactive steps you need to take before the snow starts flying and you crank the furnace up to full.
These fire prevention and fire safety tips can help you make it through the winter safely and avoid the house fires that often mar this time of year. If you get started now, you and your family can be warm, safe and comfortable throughout the winter season. Here are a few winter fire safety tips to get you started.
The winter season has its fair share of hazards—from icy roads and snowy sidewalks to the risk of fire from improperly maintained furnaces and heating systems. Now that winter is just around the corner, it is time to take inventory of your home and make sure you and your family can enjoy the season in safety.Share
10 August 2017