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Wilgus Fire Control, Inc. was started in 1960 by Charles Wilgus and quickly expanded. Dry chemical fire extinguishers were replacing Soda and Acid fire extinguishers and the new pressurized ones required special training and equipment. Additionally, the restaurant industry had a new fire system for its fire prone cooking hoods. Employee training and manufacture seminars became, and still is today, commonplace for all technicians at Wilgus Fire Control, Inc. Presently, employees of Wilgus Fire Control, Inc. hold more Certificates of Training than all other companies north of Sacramento and have 194 years combined experience.

With this education and training program in place, Wilgus Fire Control, Inc. soon grew to touch all upper borders of California. We currently have 13 fully equipped service vehicles that patrol the north state. Our California Contractors License covers Fire Protection Systems and all Electrical. Our Contractors License has remained unblemished since the beginning over two decades ago.

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Knowing what to do in the event of a fire is particularly important for older adults. At age 65, people are twice as likely to be killed or injured by fires compared to the population at large. And with our numbers growing every year - in the United States and Canada, adults age 65 and older make up about 12 percent of the population - it's essential to take the necessary steps to stay safe.
To increase fire safety for older adults, NFPA offers the following guidelines:
• Keep it low- If you don't live in an apartment building, consider sleeping in a room on the ground floor in order to make emergency escape easier. Make sure that smoke alarms are installed in every sleeping room and outside any sleeping areas. Have a telephone installed where you sleep in case of emergency. When looking for an apartment or high-rise home, look for one with an automatic sprinkler system. Sprinklers can extinguish a home fire in less time that it takes for the fire department to arrive.
• Sound the alarm- The majority of fatal fires occur when people are sleeping, and because smoke can put you into a deeper sleep rather than waking you, it´s important to have a mechanical early warning of a fire to ensure that you wake up. If anyone in your household is deaf or if your own hearing is diminished, consider installing a smoke alarm that uses a flashing light or vibration to alert you to a fire emergency. View a list of product manufacturers.
• Do the drill- Conduct your own, or participate in, regular fire drills to make sure you know what to do in the event of a home fire. If you or someone you live with cannot escape alone, designate a member of the household to assist, and decide on backups in case the designee isn't home. Fire drills are also a good opportunity to make sure that everyone is able to hear and respond to smoke alarms.
• Open up- Make sure that you are able to open all doors and windows in your home. Locks and pins should open easily from inside. (Some apartment and high-rise buildings have windows designed not to open.) If you have security bars on doors or windows, they should have emergency release devices inside so that they can be opened easily. These devices won't compromise your safety, but they will enable you to open the window from inside in the event of a fire. Check to be sure that windows haven't been sealed shut with paint or nailed shut; if they have, arrange for someone to break the seals all around your home or remove the nails.
• Stay connected- Keep a telephone nearby, along with emergency phone numbers so that you can communicate with emergency personnel if you're trapped in your room by fire or smoke.
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Wilgus Fire ControlDecember 19th, 2017 at 3:46pm
Fast Onsite Service.. That's Safeguard Wilgus Fire Protection! Leaking Fire Sprinkler Pipe, Fire Extinguisher Recharging, Fire Alarm Troubleshooting, Restaurant System Repairs.. Emergency Service? Call the Fire Protection Experts at Safeguard Wilgus Fire Protection (530) 241-2465
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Wilgus Fire ControlDecember 18th, 2017 at 3:07am
Holiday Safety Tips.. go over to our Facebook Page and Check out the Video.. #holidaysafetytipsnortherncalifornia #firesafetynortherncalifornia #safeguardwilgusfireprotection
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Wilgus Fire ControlDecember 14th, 2017 at 3:42pm
Holiday Pet Safety.. Unhealthy Treats, Toxic Plants, and Dangerous Decorations! As you get ready for the holidays, here’s a few tips to keep your furry companions safe and healthy.
-Holiday Food Dangers to Avoid
**No Sweets: Most people know not to feed their pets chocolate or anything sweetened with xylitol, but remember your pets will go to great lengths to eat something yummy. Try your best to keep pets away from the table and deserted plates of food. AND.. secure the lids on your garbage cans.
**No Leftovers: All those fatty, spicy foods, as wells as bones, should not be fed to your pets.
**Adult Beverages: If your holiday celebrations include adult cocktails, please keep them where your furry friends (and I’m not talking about cousin Vinnie) cannot get to them.
-Be Careful with Seasonal Plants and Decorations
**The Christmas Tree: Make sure you anchor your tree so it doesn’t tip or fall. Using a Real Tree? Keep your pets out of the Christmas Tree Water. This water can be a breeding ground for bacteria.
**Oh the Mistletoe & Holly: When ingested, holly can cause pets to suffer nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Mistletoe can cause gastrointestinal upset and cardiovascular problems. Artificial Plants or a pet-safe bouquet will be the better option.
**Tinsel: Less Tinsel or No Tinsel is best for the kitties. Cats love sparkly, light-catching toys. If your cat swallows this shining stuff…your furry friends could develop tons of problems.. obstructed digestive tract, vomiting, dehydration, and possible surgery.
**Let there be light: Never leave candles unattended. Your pets may burn themselves or cause a fire. Always use the appropriate candle holders and place them on a stable surface. When you leave that room, blow the candle out.
**Electricity and Ornaments: Keep wires, batteries, and glass ornaments out of paws’ reach. Pets can get an electrical shock and shards of glass from a broken ornament can damage your pet’s mouth and digestive tract.
We hope these Holiday tips are helpful. Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas Everyone!
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Wilgus Fire ControlDecember 14th, 2017 at 3:40pm
ELK GROVE, CA.. As a teacher was driving to school one morning on Highway 99, her car burst into flames. She immediately pulled over to the side of the road and exited her car. Meanwhile, two soon to be Good Samaritans witnessed the fire begin. Both witnesses grabbed portable fire extinguishers that they had and ran to the car. The two men were able to completely put out the fire with the extinguishers before fire authorities arrived. The teacher lost a few books to the fire, but residents of the town have already stepped in to replace them for her.
Portable Fire Extinguishers SAVE Lives! Need more information on Fire Extinguishers, Fire Safety, or Fire Extinguisher Training? Call the Experts at Safeguard Wilgus Fire Protection.
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Wilgus Fire ControlOctober 18th, 2017 at 6:40pm
Fire Extinguisher Service Eureka (530) 241-2465 Safeguard Wilgus Fire Protection is your complete source for Fire Extinguisher Inspections. Is your business California Title 19 Compliant? Call the Fire Protection Experts at Safeguard Wilgus!
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