Tips for Choosing a Restaurant Hood System

December 4th, 2016

Restaurant hood system

Does your restaurant need a new hood system?

While it may not be as much fun as picking through all of the high tech, shiny, and attractive kitchen appliances, choosing an effective restaurant hood system is key for any commercial kitchen. While you’ve probably spent years considering the ins and outs of your very own restaurant kitchen and know just what you want and need in it to make your ideal food, there is a high chance that considering airflow did not factor heavily into those day dreams. That’s why below you can find all of the ins and outs of the restaurant hood system, so you can make a choice that makes your kitchen safer and adds to its overall appeal.     Read the rest of this entry »

4 Tips for a Fire-Free Thanksgiving

November 18th, 2016
Fire-Free Thanksgiving

Before cooking your Thanksgiving turkey, let’s take a look at some important safety tips.

This week, millions of Americans are gearing up to celebrate a day of friends, family, and feasting. But, unfortunately, it is also the day of the year where most fires occur. There are more than three times as many fires on Thanksgiving day than any other day of the year. It is one of the few days a year where almost every household in the country is cooking, baking, or frying something. So how can you protect your home and your loved ones this Thanksgiving? By following these fire-free safety tips. Read the rest of this entry »

Commercial Electrical Fires: Signs You are at Risk

November 11th, 2016

 

electrical fires

Frayed wires are one of the leading causes of electrical fires.

Every part of your commercial facility is full of electrical wires. From the machines transporting your products to the lights lighting up the emergency exit lights, every part of your facility is covered with invisible wires. But with each wire, there is a potential for sparks and fire. It is estimated that electrical malfunctions caused 8.1 percent of all commercial fires from 2005 to 2014. Many of these electrical fires were caused by faulty wiring and damaged heat sources. But that doesn’t mean you have to be caught unaware by an electrical fire. There are some signs of a fire you should be watchful of. So, what should you look out for? Read on to find out. Read the rest of this entry »

How to Keep Your Fire Sprinklers Safe Between Inspections

November 4th, 2016
How to Keep Your Fire Sprinklers Safe Between Inspections

While your sprinkler system is only inspected once a year, how can you take care of them the other 364 days of the year?

Your fire sprinklers have a very big job to do but they can only do it if they are treated well. While most people think a fire sprinkler inspection is all they need to keep their sprinklers in order, there are some things you should be doing or not doing to keep your sprinklers in order. Let’s take a look at how to keep your fire sprinklers safe between your inspections. Read the rest of this entry »

Types of Fire Sprinkler Heads

October 28th, 2016
Sprinkler Heads

What kind of sprinkler system heads would work in your building?

Whether you are building a new commercial facility, updating a new one, you are going to need to know something about sprinkler heads. While there are four different types of sprinkler heads to choose from, each head is different and should be considered for your space. Let’s take a moment to look at each of these sprinkler heads and how they could protect your business. Read the rest of this entry »

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