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Home Fire Causes, and Prevention | An Exhaustive Research

Home Fire Causes, and Prevention | An Exhaustive Research

Home Fire Prevention is Key in this Exhaustive Research In this article, we explain the top causes of a house fire and how to reduce the risk or prevent home and roof fires. All About Roofing, LLC. has put a lot of time compiling some of the best information on the internet about roof fires. What Usually Causes a Home Fire? A house fire is a very unfortunate situation. In no way are we down playing the loss of a loved-one, precious memories and trauma. We just want homeowners to be informed of fire hazards and prevention tips.Leading cause of death in a home fire is from smoking materials Cooking equipment is the leading cause of fire injuries Electrical failures and/or electrical malfunctions are the 1st leading cause of home fires Leaving electrical equipment unattended are the 2nd leading cause of home fires Home fires cost homeowners and insurance companies $1.3 billion in property damage a year 2 out of 5 fires Most home fires involving death a caused by electrical failures or...

Popular Roof Home Improvement Tips for the Year 2022 and Beyond

Popular Roof Home Improvement Tips for the Year 2022 and Beyond

Popular Roof Home Improvement Tips for the Year 2022 According to our research, the following roof home improvement tips will be popular for the Year of 2022 and beyond! The following popular home improvements are easy to install and is the best value and investment for your dollar. The 3 Most Popular Roof Home Improvements Roofing Foil Underlayment Solar Power Attic Fan All In One Solar Power System Arizona Summer Can Destroy Your Roof Your shingles are designed to withstand many extreme weather conditions but excessive heat combined with sunshine can reverse the adverse effects even if your roof is not brand new. In summer, when temperatures fluctuate during the day and at night, your roof can experience a heat shock. Roof systems, regardless of material, tend to expand and heat up and contract as temperatures rise. If you have a shingle roof, your house is particularly susceptible to summer heat. If you do not have a large, shady tree that casts shade to protect your roof from the...