Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on winter and holiday hazards and what you can do to protect yourself from electrical fires! Tips include Christmas Tree hazards, proper usage of electrical outlets to prevent overload, proper tree light handling, and the importance of smoke detectors in the case of electrical fires. Take care and be aware of how you decorate for the holidays, keeping electrical safety in mind. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart during the holidays when it’s cold outside!
Special Thanks to GreenvilleAdvocate.com, to The Greenville Advocate, to Matt Hutcheson, to Captain Less Liller of the Greenville Fire Department and to the U. S. Fire Administration for the article, Safety Concerns arise amid cold weather, holiday.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tipswith a special focus on the use of extension cords and other electrical hazards that can lead to fires and what you can do to prevent them. Included are electrical fire statistics and how to reduce the possibility of fires in your home. Tips include proper usage of extension cords in conjunction with appliances and how to prevent overheating. Also mentioned are proper care of Christmas trees to prevent fires. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart this holiday season and stay free of fires!
Special Thanks to ABC27.com, ABC27 News, Dawn White, Lebanon Fire Commissioner, Duane Trautman, Joya Morrissey, owner of Lebanon Farmer’s Market, and to the National Fire Protection Association for the article, Three tips to prevent starting a fire in your home this holiday season.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, shock and fire prevention tips with a special focus on holiday decorating indoors and outdoors and what you can do to protect yourself from accidents, injuries or even fatality during this holiday season. Tips include power line safety, proper purchase, maintenance and installation of holiday lights, proper use of ladders, outlets and extension cords to help prevent electrical shock or fire. Also mentioned is the extra protection of GFCIs for prevention of electric shock. Please be careful and aware of your surroundings, especially outdoors, when you decorate your home, so your holiday can be truly happy. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart this holiday season!
Special Thanks to SafeElectricity.org and to Shawn Miller for the article, Use Precautions When Decorating Home for the Holidays.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, fire and shock prevention tips with a special focus on our live Christmas trees and why, at this time, they are a fire hazard and what you can do to protect yourself from this problem. Included are electrical fire statistics involving Christmas trees due to extended exposure to heat when too dry. Tips include proper removal of electrical Christmas lights, proper maintenance to help prevent electrical shock and fire, and proper storage tips of those lights. O Christmas Tree, we love thee, but it’s time to say goodbye. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart by disposing of your live Christmas tree before it becomes a fire!
Special Thanks to Community.nfpa.org, to Susan McKelvey, and to NFPA for the article, Promptly dispose of Christmas trees after the holiday season!
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares an electrical hazard story involving an extension cord that ended up being a fire starter plus electrical safety tips concerning what kind of extension cords to purchase to help avoid such hazards. It is essential to take care with what electrical components you purchase to be sure they are high quality and properly tested and labelled and have the appropriate parts for proper usage and protection. Whether you’re plugging in a Christmas tree light string or using it elsewhere in your home, Stay Electrically Safe and Smart with your extension cord usage to help prevent fires!
Special Thanks to springfieldnewssun.com, to Katie McKee of ActionNewsJax.com, to ESFI and NFPA for the article, Avoid Christmas tree fires with simple safety measures, three-pronged plugs.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on this festive, celebratory time of year and how you can protect your home and loved one from electrical fires. Tips include proper placement and usage of electrical holiday lights, care for live Christmas trees, proper installation of electrical extension cords, proper usage of outlets to help prevent overload, cooking tips to prevent kitchen fires, safety tips for kids and pets, GFCI protection, and power line safety in case of a car accident. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart during this holiday season!
Special Thanks to Lincolncourier.com, to Molly Hall, executive director of the Illinois Energy Education Council and Safe Electricity program for the article, Seasonal Electrical Safety Tips.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, shock and fire prevention tips with a special focus on holiday decorating and specifically holiday light installation. Tips include proper purchase, maintenance, installation and usage of holiday lights to help prevent outlet overload, electrical fires and electrical shock, depending on where you put them. These tips can help keep your holiday safe and free to be festive without fear of hazards. So as you decorate with holiday lights, be sure to take these precautions and enjoy keeping your season bright. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart for your holiday!
Special Thanks to Health.usnews.com, to Mary Elizabeth Dallas, a HealthDay Reporter, to the American Academy of Pediatrics and to ESFI for the article, Safety Firest When Stringing Holiday Lights.
Electrical Safety: Tips to Protect Children When Decorating
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on protecting children when decorating for the holidays. You will learn various ways children can be injured with decorating for Christmas, with a special focus on mouth burns from electrical shock, which, with vigilance, can be prevented. Tips include what hazards can be present where children reside and ways that you can protect your young ones from electrical shock and other dangers. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as parents of young children as you decorate for the holidays!
Special Thanks to MU School of Medicine, University of Missouri Health, MU Health, and to Dr. David Chang, for the video, Decorating Dangers.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, shock prevention and fire prevention tips with a special focus on the holiday season and how you can protect yourself in all your festivities. Included are electrical fires statistics and ways fires can start. Tips include proper holiday light installation and usage both indoors and outdoors, power line safety, proper purchase and maintenance of electrical cords, where NOT to decorate, LED advantages, GFCI protection, the importance of smoke alarms and Christmas tree care. When you create awareness with how you decorate your home, you can help prevent fires, shock and enhance the electrical safety needed for a happy holiday. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as you prepare and enjoy your holiday!
Special Thanks to GrandCanyonNews.com, to Williams-Grand Canyon News and to Phoenix Fire Department for the article, Holiday Fire Safety Urged This Season.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, fire and shock prevention tipswith a special focus on keeping warm this winter without the hazards associated with misuse of heating appliances. Tips include the protection of carbon monoxide detectors, proper heater maintenance and usage, proper extension cords usage, and preventing outlet overload. Where you place these heating units and how well you take care of them can mean the difference between safe and warm versus dangerous. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart this winter!
Special Thanks to KRTV.com, to Julianne Dellorso of MTN News, to Great Falls Fire Rescue, to ESFI and NFPA for the article, Great Falls Fire Rescue Offers Residential Winter Safety Tips.