Almost one-third of the people killed by cooking fires were asleep when the fire started. More than half of the non-fatal injuries occurred when people tried to control the fire themselves.
Some other fast facts are shown below.
• Cooking caused more home fire deaths in 2013–2018 than in 1980–1984.
• An average of 570 home cooking fires were reported per day in 2018.
• The peak days for home cooking fires were Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Kitchen fires are the leading cause of total breakout house fires.
Our PYROCHILL Fire Safety Tech will make a thorough inspection, analysis, and evaluation of what steps should be taken to keep your home and family safe from fire.