April 1, 2016
“Spring cleaning doesn’t have to be a dreaded list of chores. It can be a rewarding experience that helps provide structure and organization in your life.” ~ Peter Walsh
Ah, spring. A glorious time of blossoming renewal and vibrant green growth. A time for making big plans for the future, and for clearing out the all of the old, no longer functioning or unusable clutter in our lives to make way for everything that is functional, usable, and new. When spring arrives, people everywhere feel an instinctive urge to deep clean their homes, removing dust that has gathered in corners, and clearing away any clothing that no longer fits or is out of style, and household items that are worn out or broken find their way to the trashcans. This clearing away is so important. It not only creates space for things that are useful, but can benefit our every day lives in a positive way. As we clean and polish and sort, we also take inventory of what we need, to make our lives easier and more organized. The more organized we are, the more prepared we are for all of the unexpected and unplanned events that will inevitably occur in life. Good and bad, large and small.
Spring is an ideal time to have Fire and Life Safety America perform a thorough inspection of the fire and life safety systems in your home or small business. Our fully-trained, experienced, and nationally certified technicians are available coast to coast to ensure your existing system is functioning properly. Our detailed inspection process will quickly uncover any repairs or updates that need to be made, as we clear out any nonfunctional aspects of your fire and life safety system, and install new, fully functional updates when necessary. We offer an inspection schedule to accommodate every budget. Our complete fire and inspection services include fire sprinkler and alarm systems, extinguishers, hydrants, backflows, emergency lights and suppression systems. We also offer UL listed fire alarm monitoring.
Tragically, according to the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) 357,000 home structure fires occurred nationwide in 2013. The number one cause of home fires is cooking equipment, and the 2,470 resulting deaths and $6.9 billion dollars in direct home structure damage could possibly have been prevented if those homes had functional and well maintained fire safety systems in place.
Let FLSA do the spring cleaning of your fire and life safety system, to ensure that your home is fully functional, organized, protected, and safe. Contact us today to see how we can help you!