Weber Fire and Safety talks about winter safety, give tips

To prevent winter fires, do not place any flammable objects within a three-foot radius of a space heater and never under any circumstance use fuel not approved by the manufacturer.

St. Louis, United States - January 1, 2019 /PressCable/ —

St. Louis, Missouri (December 2018) — Weber Fire & Safety,always committed to the ongoing safety of the citizens of the greater St. Louis area, has come up with some smart tips this winter. Winter is that time of the year where fire can be an ever more prevalent issue in a home or business. Weber Fire & Safety is here to provide everyone with everything they need to stay safe whilst staying warm this St. Louis winter. Here are some hot tips, and some info on handy supplies in the event that winter gets too hot.

Space heaters are convenient but these are easily one of the greatest causes of fire around the home or office during winter. The major factor is the positioning of the heater. Do not place any flammable objects within a three-foot radius of the space heater. Fuel burning heaters command extra careful attention to this rule. Never under any circumstances use fuel not approved by the manufacturer. And as always remember to turn off a portable heater when leaving the room or going to bed. Yet in the event one of these heaters runs foul, Weber Fire & Safety can supply consumers with a wide array of easily portable fire extinguishers to prevent a livelihood from going up in smoke. Fire extinguishers come in many varieties, from ABC Dry Chemical for multipurpose situations, to more specialized extinguishers, depending upon what is used and produced in the room where the extinguisher is placed. To top it off Weber Fire & Safety also offers yearly inspections to keep all extinguishers in top shape and code compliant.

Since 1958 Weber Fire & Safety has served as the vanguard of fire safety in the greater St. Louis area. Weber Fire & Safety has a foundation of highly trained and dedicated staff that guarantees outstanding service and quality first rate products. Weber Fire & Safety is a full-service fire equipment company that provides outstanding fire extinguisher inspections, sales, and services. They can also assist in code compliance, insurance, and life safety requirements for your residential and commercial properties. Weber Fire & Safety serves on the front line of the St. Louis area to preserve lives and property. For more information on Weber Fire & Safety, check out their Facebook page.

Weber Fire & Safety

10944 Gravois Industrial Court,

St. Louis, Mo.

63128

314-351-5005

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Address: 10944 Gravois Industrial Court, St. Louis, MO, St. Louis, MO 63128, United States
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Website: http://weberfireandsafety.com

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