The soft glow of lights from a cozy home can sure take the chill out of winter.
And it's definitely the season for central heating, fireplaces, wood stoves, and electric blankets, as well as the delights of home cooking and holiday baking. It is also the time to be even more vigilant about fire prevention. As noted by the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) most residential fires occur during the winter months.
Fire and Smoke Can Cover Everything
During a fire, smoke can permeate walls and other surfaces and drift through household air ducts where it becomes trapped. If not professionally removed, smoke odor can reoccur.