Fire Protection Equipment Matters

Keep portable fire extinguishers as a backup. You’ll need Class K extinguishers for kitchen fires involving grease, fats and oils that burn at high temperatures.  Keep Class ABC extinguishers elsewhere for all other fires (paper, wood, plastic, electrical, etc.).  To ensure you have the right equipment, call A&A Fire and Safety Company TODAY for a FREE…


Smoke Alarm Updates

Misconceptions about smoke alarms, may put you at increased risk in the event of a fire. To find out how old a smoke alarm is, look at the date of manufacture on the back of the alarm; the alarm should be replaced 10 years from that date. To learn more, visit the NFPA website.       Call…


Safety Inspection – Handheld Extinguishers

Regular maintenance and inspections of your portable fire extinguishers will ensure they will operate effectively and safely when needed.   Inspect all extinguishers at least once a month.   Click Here to access the maintenance checklist for handheld extinguishers.   Call A&A Fire and Safety Company today for a FREE estimate.  The friendly staff is standing by to help you save…


In Case of Emergency

Did you know?  A majority of adults do not know how to use fire extinguishers properly.   Contact the friendly staff at A&A Fire and Safety Company to make sure you and your staff are prepared to use a fire extinguisher to protect your home or business.   Call today for a FREE estimate.  501-834-5353  

Fire Extinguisher Basics

“To understand extinguishers, you must understand the different classes of fires: Class A: Ordinary combustibles such as wood, paper, rubber, plastics, etc. Class B: Flammable and combustible liquids such as gasoline or oil. Class C: Energized electrical equipment. Class D: Combustible metals such as magnesium, sodium, potassium and lithium. Class K: Fires in cooking appliances…