Christmas trees may be arriving in homes earlier this year, presenting potential fire hazards

With people continuing to spend more time at home due to the pandemic, there has been talk in the news about Christmas trees being purchased earlier this year, even resulting in a possible tree shortage as the holiday nears.
This means that Christmas trees – large combustible items that present potential fire hazards – may be in homes for a longer period of time than usual. Fresh Christmas trees,…

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Source:: NFPA – Safety Information


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