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Prevention of a house fire

Hello, guys! I live in a house and recently there was an occasion with my neighbours. They had a house fire. House fires kill and injure thousands yearly, and cost many more their valued possessions and memories. That was a terrible fire, but there weren't anybody at home, so my neighbours are in safe. But after this occasion I started to think that it can happen to anybody, so that's why I would like to know the ways of prevention the house fires. Do you know something about it? Can you share? 

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Prevention of a house fire

Good afternoon, how do you do without me? I'm in a bad mood today, my child has done something stupid, which caused my discontent and anger! But nevertheless we will return to a subject of a question. I remember when I was still small and in the kindergarten and the school we were told about safety and behavior with fire in particular, then we ourselves should study all kinds of safety techniques, if you have a fireplace at home, then you should know everything about the treatment with it, another matter force majeure situations.

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I have some information for

I have some information for you.Listen... Do not leave unattended household appliances unattended.
Do not plug several powerful power consumers into the same outlet at the same time - this can lead to overloading in the mains and ignition.
In time, replace faulty switches, sockets and wiring.
It is impossible to wrap lamps and lamps with paper, cloth and other combustible materials.
Do not throw unlined cigarette butts into the trash chute or from the balcony.
Do not smoke in the elevator.
Do not smoke in bed.

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You know in our homes there

You know in our homes there are several different types of electrical appliances that can cause a fire in case of overheating or misuse. If you have experienced suspicious smells or heard sounds in the electrical system, call an electrician. It is better to entrust the repair of cables and electrical appliances to a professional. Fires caused by a wiring fault can also be prevented by regularly following the usual precautionary measures. When leaving the house or going to bed, always turn off all sources of electricity, do not leave the electric driers, washing machines and dishwashers unattended. Never dry clothes on heaters or sauna heaters. Develop a habit of switching off toasters and irons. Install the residual current circuit breaker at home.

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I think you should be very

I think you should be very careful with all electric devices you have at home. If you notice something strange in their work, it's always better to check them twice than turn on and deal with a house fire. I used to have a lovely electric kettle several years ago. At first, it worked well, but then I noticed that its wire got really hot every time I used it. I thought it's quite ok, but then I dated an electrician and when I told him about my problem, he said that I should stop using this kettle and bring it to repairperson as soon as possible. If I didn't do this, I could have had a real house fire!!!! If you also have a fireplace in your house, you should be very careful with it as a little spark from it may result a big housefire!

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Observe precautionary

Observe precautionary measures with the use of flammable and combustible liquids, varnishes and paints. Observe precaution when using gas appliances. Do not obstruct the property with doors, staircases, corridors, passages to fire fighting equipment, manholes on balconies and loggias. Keep an eye on the electrical network and electrical appliances. All lighting and power wiring, as well as protection devices, must be designed for the power consumption of electric receivers, have the correct protection and reliable grounding. Do not overload the power grid, including several electrical appliances in one electrical outlet. Do not build bonfires near residential buildings. Do not leave young children unattended (remove matches inaccessible to them, do not allow games with fire). In order to promptly conduct rescue operations and fire extinguishing by fire protection units, do not obstruct roadways and driveways to residential buildings or sources of fire water supply.

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