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How to Prevent Commercial Fires

2/12/2018 (Permalink)

Commercial buildings are forts for important business equipment and stock. They also serve as the working space for your employees.

They are, without a doubt, precious assets to the business owners and their families.

Fires are quite common in commercial buildings, especially in restaurants and warehouses. It not only damages the structure of the building but also stops your business from running. No business equals not income!

As a business owner, you should adopt an effective fire protection plan for your commercial building.

Preventing Commercial Fires 

Most of the commercial fires are accidental, but there have also been cases of arson attacks. Whatever the cause, a fire can be downright disastrous. As a result, it is important to take the following measures to prevent commercial fires:

  • Ensure your machinery, electronics, and appliances at your business premises are well maintained and working effectively. Defective items should be repaired or replaced as soon as possible as they can easily cause a fire.
  • Regulate fire hazards. It is important to identify flammable materials and keep them away from potential fire sources. So ensure all the paperwork is disposed of properly or stored safely and your outdoor landscape is well-trimmed.
  • Establish safety equipment. Fire is unpredictable and once it has occurred, all you can do is to prevent it from spreading to other areas. Install automatic sprinklers and extinguishers in your commercial building. They will be very useful in putting off small fires.
  • Enforce fire safety regulations to your employees. Ensure all your employees are trained on what to do when a fire occurs and how to use the extinguishing equipment.
  • Also, properly label fire emergency exits in your building.

For the safety of you and your staff, make sure you take these measures into consideration.

However, if your commercial building is already affected by a fire, do not despair. You can always have it restored.

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Commercial fires are devastating and are indeed a major setback for most companies. 

To quickly get your business up and running again, ensure you seek professional restoration services from SERVPRO.

From water removal to soot repair and smoke damage restoration, SERVPRO will guarantee you top-notch services.

Your commercial building will be back to normal (or better) in no time.

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