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Aaa of Everett Fire Ext Co.

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|Home Services|Everett, WA 98201

2022 Broadway, Everett, WA 98201

(425) 258-4433

https://www.aaaofeverettfireext.com/

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AAA of Everett Fire Extinguisher Company is a family-owned and operated company that has been operating from the same location with the same owners since we opened in 1977. We handle large and small orders more quickly and with greater success. Call us today for more information.

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Anonymous on Facebook

3 months ago

03/31/2020, 04:26 AM
Did you know that residential sprinkler systems are required for new construction in some parts of the country? Add a tremendous element of fire safety to your home with a sprinkler system.
Anonymous on Facebook

4 months ago

03/26/2020, 03:31 AM
Did you know that if you have a fire in your home, the risk of dying is cut by about one-third when smoke alarms are present? It's closer to 50% when the smoke alarms are working properly, and 80% when automatic fire sprinkler systems are present.
Anonymous on Facebook

5 months ago

02/20/2020, 01:26 AM
It’s recommended that any fire extinguishers kept on premise are regularly maintained. This means checking to see that the pressure is at the recommended level (neither too low nor too high) and that all parts (including hoses and nozzles) are not damaged or restricted in any way.
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Anonymous on Facebook

5 months ago

02/18/2020, 00:20 AM
Because it's too dark to see when evacuating out of a building or home during a fire, consider practicing your evacuation plan blindfolded.
Anonymous on Facebook

5 months ago

02/13/2020, 00:22 AM
The leading causes of house fires in 2011 were electrical issues, food left on a stove, and cigarettes or matches. It's almost impossible to eliminate every possibility that a fire could hit, making it more important that you be prepared to minimize the effects of fires as much as possible.
Anonymous on Facebook

5 months ago

02/11/2020, 04:36 AM
A fire extinguisher is a good tool for containing a fire, but some people may be surprised by how short they last. Most fire extinguishers only contain enough pressure and fluid or powder to be used for about ten seconds. This can be even shorter if the extinguisher hasn’t been serviced recently.
Anonymous on Facebook

5 months ago

02/06/2020, 09:27 AM
Have you been hesitant to install fire sprinklers in your home because you don’t want something silly like a candle to set them off and cause water damage? Remember that not only is it difficult to accidentally set off fire sprinklers, but a flame in one room won’t necessary set off the sprinklers in the entire house.
Anonymous on Facebook

5 months ago

02/04/2020, 04:09 AM
One of the most dangerous aspects of a fire is the heat it causes, which can reach about 100 degrees around the floor and reach up to 600 degrees at eye level.
Anonymous on Facebook

5 months ago

01/30/2020, 17:17 PM
The following safety guidelines for using your fire extinguisher are provided by the fire department. Only use your extinguisher after making sure: The fire is small and self-contained, the room is not filled with smoke, or if you need to create a safe pathway out of the home.
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