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Fire Safety

Too often, we find that homeowners in the Seattle and Tacoma, WA area take fire safety for granted. If a fire strikes, it’s crucial that the correct tools are in place.

1,342,000

Fires Occurred in the U.S in 2016

24 Seconds

Frequency that U.S. Fire Departments Responded to Fires

81%

Of Civilian Fire Deaths were Caused by Home Structure Fires

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Protect Your Home and Loved Ones

At 4-Way Safety, we deliver numerous fire protection tools to residents of Seattle and Tacoma, WA. All of these tools are serve the same purpose – to keep you and your family safe in case of a fire, providing warnings and increasing the likelihood of you escaping your home.

Smoke Alarms
When it comes to fire safety, smoke alarms are one of the most overlooked features. Our smoke alarms are top-of-the-line quality and will help keep your family safe at the first sign of smoke. We’ll also provide tips on things such as how to change the batteries correctly.

Carbon Monoxide Alarms
Carbon monoxide is known as a silent killer because it is odorless. The only way to detect carbon monoxide is with an alarm. Fortunately, our equipment can detect carbon monoxide so that you and your family members can leave your home in plenty of time.

Fire Extinguishers
If you are in a room when a fire breaks out, having access to fire extinguishers could make a tremendous difference regarding saving your home and protecting your family. Our team will review where we’ve installed fire extinguishers and how to use them.

Escape Ladders
If a fire ravishes through your home, it could make it impossible to pass through specific entry or exit points. This is especially true at night when you do not wake up until a fire has spread through your home. Escape ladders allow you to exit through a window to safety.


Dryer Vent Cleaning
Over time dryer vents can accumulate significant debris that could catch fire. Failure to keep vents clean is one of the biggest fire safety risks for homeowners in Seattle and Tacoma, WA. Our team will clean your dryer vents, reducing your risk of fire significantly.


Asset Inventory
When planning fire safety for your home, it's imperative to ensure that you've documented all of your belongings in case they are destroyed in a fire. That's why we offer home inventory solutions, including asset organization and photo documentation, for you to provide to your insurance in case of disaster.