Safety Tips
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How often has the doorbell rung or a child interrupted you while you were cooking, causing you to forget about the chicken you left sizzling on the stove - until smoke filled the house?  If this scenario or a similar one doesn't sound familiar to you, you may want to think about it a little more because it’s likely that you, and every member of your family who has spent time behind the stove has run the risk of having a dangerous life threatening house fire ... and on more than one occasion.

The Stove Alert APP™ helps to call people back with a mobile alert sounded to correct unattended cooking ... that can result in kitchen fires. That helps save lives and property. In fact, the Stove Alert can remind you that the stove is on before the smoke alarm sounds.


In some cases when the smoke alarm sounds it's already too late and if it's not immediately controlled with a fire extinguisher then 911 must be called. Cooking is the leading cause of home fires. The latest statistics say that there were more than 500 Million stove top fires last year world-wide.

 

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Stove use when you're not home

         

If you are like most home owners, you worry about the Stove more than any other appliance in the house. That's because it's the most hazardous and is responsible for creating most household fires in the nation-wide that lead to injury, death and property damage. Unattended cooking happens often by a simple distraction ... a phone call, a knock on the door, something on TV, or picking up an email.

The problem with all persons whether its your teens, your spouse or your elders is that there is always something more fun or important to do in this fast paced world then standing in front of the stove. With more and more electronic gadgets and phone app's springing up almost daily, its difficult to stay focused on what is important … safety in the home. Stove Alert can alert the stove user back to the kitchen in the event of a distraction. Many teens and adults will attend to their computer to pick up or send an email and then they get caught up in it, and before you know it the smoke alarm is sounded. You want to prevent that from happening because although the smoke alarm is vitally important in the home it is a level 2 fire prevention equipment tool … and in many cases when the smoke alarm is sounded it's often too late ... a fire or smoke has started.

The Stove Alert is a level 1 fire prevention tool that works differently.

It can work to remind a person that the stove is on so that a fire does not happen in the first place.
It works to alert
so that you don't need to get to that stage where you need to extinguish a fire. Every fire professional will tell you that it's better to prevent a fire then to fight a fire. That's why Stove Alert is so important in every home.

Let's face it and not ignore what really goes on in the home when cooking. It’s a fact that people will accidentally become distracted from the stove. It’s also a fact that people will leave the kitchen intentionally to complete another duty or attend to their email, smart phone, home work, yard work, laundry or TV etc. Now at least you know that they will be alerted on their mobile device ... giving them a chance to prevent a fire from happening. Without Stove Alert, your gambling on recall ... and that's a gamble that can cause property damage, injury and even death. No body wants to burn down the house. If you introduce Stove Alert in your household, your loved ones will not only get instant protection at the tap of their screen, you'll also get your peace of mind back.  Now everyone is healthy, happy and safe!

 

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Escaping a Fire

 

Fire Departments across the U.S. and Canada have some important safety tips for cooking during this busy holiday season.

Here are a few Fire Department safety tips to remember:

  • Stay in the kitchen when you are frying, grilling, broiling, or boiling food. If you must leave the the room even for a short period of time, turn off the stove.
  • Keep cooking areas clean and clear of combustibles (e.g. potholders, towels, rags, drapes and food packaging).
  • Keep children away from cooking areas by enforcing a “kid-free zone” of three feet around the stove.
  • If you have a fire in your microwave, turn it off immediately and keep the door closed. Never open the door until the fire is completely out. If in doubt, get out of the home and call 911.
  • Always keep an oven mitt and a lid nearby. If a small grease fire starts in a pan, smother the flames by carefully sliding the lid over the pan (make sure you are wearing the oven mitt). Turn off the burner and slide the pan off the burner.
  • Never pour water on a grease fire. If the fire does not go out, get out of the home and call 911.
  • If an oven fire starts, turn off the heat and keep the door closed to prevent flames from burning you or your clothing. If the fire does not go out, get out of the home and call the fire department.
  • To avoid the accumulation of grease, always clean the vent screen above your stove. You can put these in the dishwasher!
    If you cook frequently with oils, butter, and grease, make sure to clean it at least once a month.
  • Keep a fire extinguisher in the kitchen and learn how to use it.

 

Every fire professional will tell you that it's better to prevent a fire then to fight a fire.

That's why Stove Alert is so important in every home and on every phone

... only $4.95 (One time Cost) - Android

... only $1.95 (One Time Cost) iOS
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