Kitchen Fire Safety Tips:
Always have the right size lid readily available for the pot or pan you are cooking with in order to easily place over it should a fire occur.
- Never leave the stove unattended while cooking.
- Always move the handles of the pot or pan away from the front to prevent children from grabbing. Use the rear elements if possible.
- Keep dishcloths, paper towels and other combustible materials away from the stove while in-use. Wait until the stove has completely cooled before cleaning.
Should your smoke alarm(s) fail to respond when tested, call RMcgill Inspections at 705-796-6784 for a free quote on service or replacement of your old smoke alarms.
Remember that Manufacturers of smoke alarms indicate that you should replace your smoke alarm if it is 10 years or older.
*** TEST YOUR SMOKE ALARMS EVERY MONTH BY PRESSING THE TEST BUTTON. ***