Cozy, cool nights spent by the fire with friends and family while roasting marshmallows and enjoying each other’s presence is a recipe for a good night. All while maintaining 6 ft a part of course!
Surrounding a campfire with loved ones creates special memories that you can cherish forever. Let us continue to create these memories by practicing bonfire safety!
Starting the Fire:
- Make sure your fire pit is enclosed and there is enough room for a seating area
- Make sure that your bonfire is 10 ft away from your home or any structures
- Do not use gasoline or lighter fluid to start or relight the bonfire
- Keep a bucket of water or hose handy in case of emergencies
- Do not leave bonfire unattended
- Keep children and pets away from the bonfire
- Do not throw fireworks into the bonfire
- Do not burn aerosols or anything that may produce toxic fumes or explode
Putting Out the Fire:
- Use a shovel to spread out the ashes to let them cool down. Slowly pour water over the ashes and check to be sure that the fire is completely out
Any open flame is a potential risk for a disaster. So next time you are planning a bonfire, use these tips to ensure everyone’s safety. As always, we are ready for whatever happens. If your bonfire gets out of hand and causes fire damage, you know we will be there to help!