Use candles with care this holiday season, as December is the leading month for candle fires

Candles create a warm glow that can make a room look magically festive. Unfortunately, candles do present an increased risk of fire, particularly in December, the peak month for home candle fires. There are nearly three times as many candle fires on Christmas Day than the daily average.
To minimize the likelihood of candle fires this holiday season and beyond, make sure to place them on a sturdy…

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Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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