Frontier Fire Denver
What to do After a Fire

What to do After a Fire

The fire is out, and the smoke has cleared. The fire department is gone and you are left with a disaster on your hands. One of the first steps to restoring your life and healing your home is to contact a professional mitigation company that can meet the required...

Electrical Fire Safety Tips

Electrical Fire Safety Tips

There are many electrical fire safety tips that can help your business stay safe. An electrical fire could happen anywhere, anytime if people aren’t careful. That’s why building occupants should know how to respond to and prevent electrical fires. In this blog, we...

5 Smoke Alarm Facts That Will Keep You Safe

5 Smoke Alarm Facts That Will Keep You Safe

There are many smoke alarm facts that every business owner should know to keep their company and employees safe. A smoke alarm not only saves lives, but it could also safe your property from severe fire damage. That’s why it’s so important to understand how they work...

Kitchen Fire Safety in the Office

Kitchen Fire Safety in the Office

If you work in an office, then you should know how important kitchen fire safety is. According to the NFPA, more than one fifth of office fires start in the kitchen. The main cause for kitchen fires is cooking equipment. That’s why it’s vital to make sure your office...

Types of Fire Detectors

Types of Fire Detectors

There are four main types of fire detectors that can help you protect your building. Once you know the difference between the detectors, you’ll be able to decide which one is right for your office or building. The main difference between the four fire detectors is...

Top Fire Hazards in the Workplace

Top Fire Hazards in the Workplace

There are many fire hazards in the workplace that can lead to devastating, and even fatal, fires. According to the NFPA, a fire department in the US responds to a fire every 24 seconds. The same report also states that a structure fire occurs every 63 seconds and a...