Winter is a time of cold days and even colder nights. That means lots of fires burning in fireplaces, plenty of fuel burned in wood stoves and space heaters running at full blast.
What it all adds up to is an increase in fire danger. There is a reason why home fires spike when the weather turns colder — but you do not have to become just another statistic. With the right planning and fire prevention tips, you can keep your home and family safe no matter how cold it gets.