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Fires Can Cause Damage to Property and Loss of Life

If dinosaurs could fix everything there would be at least one little boy in California who can feel okay now that the Paradise, California, fires have been extinguished.

One of the most heart warming stories from the Camp Fire in California is the story about the young boy who had to flee his home with his grandmother. When photos of the young boy gripping his favorite toy dinosaur went viral, people from across the nation, and some even out of the country, responded. From dinosaur sheets to dinosaur clothing and toys, books, and games, this young man has been showered with gifts from people he does not even know.

In spite of this story, however, there are still thousands of people who need a lot more than a stuffed dinosaur to make their life anything close to normal. From food to money to clothing to furnishings, there are many in California who are facing one of the bleakest Christmas’s ever.

Have You Ever Been a Victim of a Property Fire?
A national news event like the Camp Fire in the state of California can make everyone thing about the safety plans that they have in place. If you are a business owner, for instance, you might decide to double check all of the paper work on the fire sprinkler inspections that have been performed. In fact, if you are a facilities manager at any restaurant, hospital, apartment complex, or government building then you know all to well that you do not need to have a forest fire in the area to cause you problems.

For instance, the latest research indicates that hotel and motel fires cause an estimated 15 deaths and 150 injuries every year. Making sure that you have the right fire sprinkler services in place, however, can help you know that you are doing everything in your power to protect both property and life. Did you know, for instance, non-chemical suppression systems operate effectively 96% of the time in commercial areas with large oven ranges?
Fortunately, the combination of early warning systems and automatic sprinklers in all buildings could reduce overall injuries, loss of life, and property damage by at least 50%. For this reason, both local and state agencies closely regulate the frequency of fire sprinkler inspections and monitor and approve fire sprinkler installations.

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