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40% of domestic fires start in the kitchen


Stop them with the innovative ‘Avoid A Fire’ system. Designed to prevent kitchen fires from high-risk groups including dementia sufferers and the elderly living at home or residents in sheltered accommodation. new build or retrofit ‘Avoid A Fire’ is quick to install, works immediately and is totally fail safe.


Avoid-A-Fire was developed for:


Dementia Sufferers Elderly living at home Sheltered Accommodation Private Landlords


Student Accommodation Housing Associations Letting Agencies Holiday Lets


Improve the safety of electric ovens, hobs and grills with the Avoid A Fire smart technology fire prevention system.


“Traditional fire safety systems, such as sprinklers and smoke alarms, don’t activate until a


fire has started. The simple, yet very effective, ‘Avoid A Fire’ system is designed to stop fires from starting in the first place and is ideal for high risk groups such as dementia sufferers and the frail elderly.” Dr Anand MBBS MRCGP


Tel: 0845 300 8823 info@avoidafire.co.uk


www.avoidafire.co.uk


PO Box 477, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE3 9ES


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