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To Be Prepared is to be Safe: Home Boston Fire Inspection

on July 17, 2017
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As a homeowner, you take great care to build a solid home, construct boundary walls and install safety systems on your property.  You do this to ensure the safety and security of your family and all the belongings in your home.

How to Choose the Best Fire Escape Ladder for your Home?

on May 12, 2017
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A fire escape is an essential feature of any residential or commercial property. It adds to the safety of the structure and this makes it crucial to choose the right type of fire escape ladder for your home. While making this choice, there are a number of different aspects you’d have to keep in view. The experts at Boston Ironworks have put together these tips to help you pick the best ladder for residential fire escapes Massachusetts:

Always Prepared: Boston Fire Inspection Checklist

on April 18, 2017
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Fire accidents can happen to anyone at any time, which is why it’s important to ensure your property has adequate protection against such disasters. Even modern building materials will eventually succumb to fire and cause problems, which is why you need to make sure you have an egress route ready for use at all times. Boston fire inspection professionals can make sure your property is up to standards. At Boston Ironworks, we recommend you consult this checklist to ensure your property is ready for inspection.

Fire Escape Planning for your Business

on March 08, 2017
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Fire can breakout anywhere, which is why it’s important to have a proper fire escape plan in place. That’s especially true for businesses and commercial properties. The safety of your employees and customers is your responsibility so you need to provide them with proper egress routes and facilities in case they need to escape your property. At Boston Ironworks, we recommend that you take the following steps:

Safety Recommendations from your Fire Escape Service Company

on February 15, 2017
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You never know when you might need to use the fire escape, which is why you need to keep it in good condition. Property owners often forget to maintain their fire escape systems or plan egress routes because no one believes that a fire could happen to them. At Boston Ironworks, we firmly believe that it’s better to be safe than sorry. As a fire escape service company, we recommend that you take the precautions mentioned below and keep your fire escape in good condition.

Better Safe than Sorry: Fire Safety Tips

on December 05, 2016
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Fire-related accidents and disasters can happen to anyone and they tend to occur when you least expect them to. It’s vital to be prepared and know how to respond to such disasters. At Boston Ironworks, we encourage clients to look at fire escape solutions for every property they own. This will ensure you have a safe egress option in case disaster strikes. Here are some tips on what to do during a fire disaster:

Fire Escape Recommendations for Your Home

on July 22, 2016
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Fire can strike anywhere and cause damage to anyone. It’s important to be prepared and ensure your property offers appropriate means to escape the disaster. At Boston Ironworks, we’ve observed that many property owners neglect emergency exits and don’t have proper plans in place to deal with fire. As the best fire escape company in our area, we always offer our customers honest and unbiased advice about these installations. Here are some recommendations for you:

Prevention is Key: Fire Escape Planning

on May 19, 2016
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No one really anticipates that fire would strike their home and threaten their life. In fact, most people believe that this disaster would never happen to them but they’re wrong. Fire accidents can happen to anyone and, if you’re not adequately prepared for it, the disaster can cause injuries and even death. At Boston Ironworks, we encourage our clients to have a thorough fire escape plan in place. That can save your life and help you avoid serious injuries.