Summer fire safety guide
21 June 2023
The purpose of the following advice is to provide useful tips for our Customers and is not designed to replace professional advice. It does not necessarily deal with every aspect of a topic and if you are in any doubt, you should consult a qualified expert for their help. You should never attempt to carry out any activity which may put you or others at risk or which may cause damage to your or anyone else's property and the activities described must not be attempted by anyone under the age of 18.
Always read any manuals and safety instructions alongside the advice.
Summer is a time for family and friends to gather and create lasting memories. Whether it be a barbecue, garden firepit or a simple candle, many of our summer plans involve fire - so it’s crucial that you know the correct precautions to take. To help you stay safe and enjoy the season to its fullest, we’ve created this handy guide to summer fire safety.
Disclaimer: Items like barbecues, candles, and firepits should not be used during extreme dry weather. These items can easily spread fire in extreme heat, creating unnecessary risk to you, your loved ones and your home.
Summer is a time for celebration. For many of us, this involves fire in some form. With just a few simple steps, you can enjoy the seasonal festivities while keeping your loved ones and home safe. We hope you found this blog helpful, and if you'd like more content like this, check out our other articles on My Place, including our garden and home fire safety guide.