Make your kitchen safer with design tips that will prevent fire in the future.
Your home is your refuge, and every room has its own style in sprucing up that draws beautiful into the eyes of the owner. After all, taking an upgrade and improvement must pay to be on the safe side, because each room has risks that everyone must avoid.
In the kitchen, we must be extra careful in dealing with cooking, the right layout and tools are very important preventive measures. However, utmost effort must be given to reduce fire hazards.
Minimize the risks of having a severe damage due to kitchen fire with these tips:
Dealing with Curtain
Curtains must be dangerous when hanging them near your cooking range because of their combustible materials that can easily catch fire and spread flames. Although curtains can make your kitchen alive with those beautiful decorations but that could be the least we can do. Also, hanging mitts above the range should not be allowed to prevent them falling into open fire.
Although it is safe to put kitchen appliances side by side, but it is highly recommended not to use them all at once just to avoid your power outlets overloaded that sparks fire. As much as possible avoid using extension wire.
Equip your kitchen with a reliable smoke detector that can detect large fire and not just the usual kitchen heat. This technique will add spice to your peace of mind whenever you are away from kitchen or having a good sleep in your room.
You are horrified when an LPG tank explodes in the kitchen and causes house fires. That was always heard from the news and from your neighbors about the cause of fires. Check your cylinder frequently and turn-off its regulator when not in used especially at night. Install it in a ventilated area where you can easily inspect the tubes and reach the knobs.