FIRE EXTINGUISHERS FOR HOMES
Of all household items, fire extinguishers are the most overlooked. A crucial part of a fire safety plan of any residential premise, fire extinguishers are a must-have to protect your loved ones and yourself. Even though homeowners are not legally obligated to install a fire extinguisher in their homes, FALCON understands that having one could mean the difference between getting out of a fire accident unscathed or not.
Choosing a Fire Extinguisher for Your Home
The first step to equipping your home with a fire extinguisher, is to select one that will cater to the needs of your environment. For example, when it comes to general purposes, the multi-purpose ABC Dry Powder fire extinguisher will be sufficient. In addition, homeowners need to ensure that the portable fire extinguisher that they choose for their abode conforms to the SS-EN 3 specifications for portable fire extinguishers. As a general rule of thumb, homeowners should look into the serial labels issued by the certification body, the full weight of the extinguisher, and keep an eye out for any physical damage, corrosion or leakage - this is especially applicable when buying fire extinguishers online.
After buying a portable fire extinguisher, homeowners are liable for the recharging, testing and maintenance of it to ensure it is in fully operational condition. At FALCON, we offer servicing and maintenance services so that you do not have to worry if your home fire extinguisher conforms with the SS578 Code of Practice for Use and Maintenance of Portable Fire Extinguishers.
Buy Fire Extinguishers Online on FALCON
At FALCON, we have a specially curated list of fire extinguishers and fire protection solutions such as fire blankets suitable for home use. Leveraging on our expertise, we manufacture reliable, high-quality fire safety products so that you and your loved ones can keep safe and always be prepared for any fire emergencies! Get in touch with us for a consultation on the proper type of fire extinguisher for your home and the amount of extinguishing agent you should have within your living space.