In Canada, house fires are pretty common. There are around 24,000 house fires each year that result in 377 deaths and 3,048 injuries annually. Most of the culprits for these house fires can be narrowed down to cooking equipment, flammable liquids, and cigarettes. Fires are also most likely to happen in the kitchen, bedrooms, and living rooms.
Unfortunately, accidents happen, and no one can predict when a fire is about to happen. Although it’s near impossible to prevent a fire from completely happening, there are a lot of things homeowners can do to diminish the chances of fires from ultimately damaging their homes or vacation rental properties.
Fire damage is a real problem and can cause fatal results. If a fire were to occur in closed spaces
Calgary is situated at the confluence of the Bow River and Elbow River east of the front ranges of the Rockies. Its metro area has about 1.6 million people, and the city anchors the south end of the Calgary-Edmonton corridor. Settlers came to the area in the late 1880s, and the Oil and Gas Age in the city began in 1914. Calgary began a growth boom in the 1970s and 1980s that extended until 2009.
The city and its environs include various neighbourhoods. For residents who want privacy and security, the city and its suburbs include several gated communities, ranging from urban condominiums to rural communities with many home styles. Home prices vary from less than $200,000 to more than $3 million. Outdoor recreation and green spaces are prominent