When was the last time you checked your kitchen’s ventilation? Without proper cleaning, your kitchen’s exhaust system can collect enough grease to become a serious fire hazard. To keep your family safe this season, take the time to inspect your vents and determine whether professional cleaning is needed. In extreme cases, you may even want to consider buying a new, brand-name stove like the ones available from Del-Air.
Did you know that a majority of home-cooking fires start when food ignites on the stove? To prevent fires, it’s important to pay careful attention in the kitchen. Keep an eye on hot pots and avoid leaving the room while something is cooking. It’s also a good idea to keep a pot lid or oven mitt nearby in case you need to smother a stovetop flame. Remember: water only makes grease fires worse!
Maintain Fire Safety Practices
Of course, the best way to protect your home from fires is to prevent them in the first place. To keep your home and family safe during the winter months, take care to avoid wearing loose or baggy clothes in the kitchen, as these items can catch on fire. Additionally, you should turn all pan handles to face inward, so children and pets can’t accidentally knock pots off the stove. In the event that a fire does occur, don’t hesitate to call 911 immediately and keep the kitchen door closed when you leave. The last thing you want is a fire spreading to other parts of the property!
At Del-Air, We Put Safety First
TheTampa AC repair professionals at Del-Air are committed to ensuring families stay safe all year long. Remember to keep your ventilation system clean and practice safe-cooking techniques. You can also learn more about Del-Air’s commitment to customer satisfaction and safety online. Our goal is to give you the peace of mind that comes with knowing your loved ones will be comfortable year round.