Kubota Recalls Zero Turn Mowers Due To Fire Hazard

Recall Details Description: This recall involves model years 2018 and 2019 Kubota ZD100 series gasoline-powered zero turn mowers. The model is printed on the side of the mowers. The data plate is located on the lower frame of the unit and contains the serial number and model number. Recalled units are orange and black. For More Information Click Here

NFPA & State Farm Wildfire Community Preparedness Day

Wildfires across the United States have taken more than 100 lives and cost more than $25 billion dollars in property losses in just the last two years. That’s why it’s so important to take steps to improve the wildfire safety of your home and community. Become a wildfire safety hero! Begin your journey towards wildfire preparedness by getting involved or organizing a wildfire safety project on May 4. Tell us your story at #WildfirePrepDay or on Facebook. Getting started: Wildfire Community Preparedness Day toolkit Wildfires across the United States have taken more than 100 lives and cost more than $25 billion dollars in property losses in the last two years. That’s why it’s so important to t

Guilford Volunteer Fire Department Scholarship Program

It is that time of the year again for The Guilford Volunteer Fire Department to accept applications for their annual scholarship program. Those who may be interested can CLICK HERE to find out more information about the program and to download the application. Applications must be mailed in on or before May 1st, 2019. For more information, please contact Joe Nugent at The Guilford Fire Department. The main number is 203-453-8056.

Daylight Savings This Weekend Means Check Your Detectors

Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday, March 10 at 2 a.m., when we spring forward one hour for the purpose of making better use of daylight. As we set our clocks ahead, it is recommended to test your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. Roughly two-thirds of home fire deaths occur in homes with no smoke alarms or working smoke detectors. When smoke alarms should have worked but failed to operate, it is usually because batteries were missing, disconnected, or dead. NFPA provides the following guidelines around smoke alarms: Test smoke alarms at least once a month using the test button. Make sure everyone in the home understands the sound of the smoke alarm and knows how to respond. Replace all smo

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