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Fire Pit Safety

4/6/2021 (Permalink)

home fire pit An example of a safe open fire.

With the weather turning you might find yourself spending more time around the fire pit, here are some safe practice to save you and your home.

1. Never build your fire under an awning or any sort of overhang. This also includes trees, bushes, or umbrellas.

2. Always be ready to extinguish the flames. Whether that be when the party is winding down and it's time for bed, or in case of emergency. Make sure you have an extinguisher handy so your party doesn't crash and burn. 

3. Never leave your fire unattended. Something as simple as a wind gust can put your entire home in jeopardy. Checking the wind conditions is another thing you should keep in mind when building your fire. If the wind is blowing towards your home or other flammable objects, you might have to save it for another day.

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