Fire Escape Ladders
If you are planning to live downtown in an apartment building or condominium, you may prefer not to live on the ground floor. Residences on the higher floors are thought to be safer, as you cannot break into them directly through the windows. There is, however, a tradeoff in safety if you choose to live above the ground floor.
In the event of a fire, you will need to use either the fire escape or one of the stairwells to safely exit the building. If your apartment or condominium does not have built-in fire escape ladders, the only path to safety will be through one of the stairwells. With fire escape ladders, you'll be prepared for an emergency even if your path to the stairwell is blocked by the fire.
Easy to Use Fire Escape Ladders
If the doorknob to your unit is already hot, it may not be safe for you to exit, as the fire may be nearby. If you have a fire escape ladder, however, you can quickly deploy it from one of your windows. At FireSafetySoruce, there are both 13 and 25 foot fire escape ladders, the perfect length for residents on the second or third floors of buildings.
In addition to fire escape ladders, FireSafetySource also offers a large selection of equipment to help you put out small fires in your home, including fire resistant blankets and fire extinguishers. To learn more about their products, contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or (888) 947-3473. If you are a building owner considering purchasing equipment for all of your tenants, call FireSafetySource to learn more about discounts for bulk orders.