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News Article | May 16, 2017
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The data show that significantly fewer wildfires are started by natural causes – like lightning strikes – but those fires can have more severe consequences because they often begin in remote areas that are more difficult to reach with firefighting resources. "Everyone suffers when wildfires affect our communities, and it's up to each of us to take important steps to protect our properties and make smart decisions to reduce the chance that our actions could ignite a wildfire," said Derek Wing, PEMCO spokesperson. For residents planning to enjoy the great outdoors this wildfire season, PEMCO recommends heeding several important tips to reduce the risk of sparking an uncontrolled fire: "These basic tips are likely common sense for residents who live in our area's rural, most at-risk regions for wildfire, but they're important for urban residents to remember, too, when heading out for recreation on either side of the Cascades this summer," Wing added. For residents in high-risk areas, now is the time for homeowners to take responsibility for preparing their homes for the risk of wildfire by following the National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) "Firewise" principles. According to the NFPA, a property's risk hinges on its immediate surroundings – or its "home ignition zone." Firewise homes use "lean, clean and green" landscaping to create a fire buffer that encourages flames to go around, rather than through, the property. Maintain a Firewise home by keeping grass short and green around all buildings. Use low-growing, well-pruned and fire-resistive plants, avoiding flammable ones like juniper and arborvitae. Prune tree limbs that hang within 15 feet of the ground, and clear debris and pine needles from roofs, gutters and porches. In rural areas you also should avoid using beauty bark, and stack firewood at least 30 feet away from your home or any structures. "It's important to put in the work now to protect your home – and your greater community – from the real threat of wildfire this season," Wing said. For more information and resources about Firewise guidelines and ways to minimize the threat of wildfire in your community, visit www.pemco.com/DontGetBurned. About PEMCO Insurance PEMCO Insurance, established in 1949, is a Seattle-based provider of auto, home, boat, and umbrella insurance to Northwest residents. PEMCO Insurance is sold to consumers by the method they choose – phone, local community agents, or online. For more information, visit pemco.com. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/dont-get-burned-prevent-human-caused-wildfires-with-common-sense-tips-300458683.html


MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - May 16, 2017) - Pioneering Technology Corporation (TSX VENTURE:PTE)(OTC:PTEFF), ("Pioneering" or the "Company"), North America's leader in cooking fire prevention technologies and products, is pleased to announce that the new UL858 industry standard for electric coiled cooktops and ranges which now includes a new cooking fire prevention requirement, has been published; and that Pioneering's SmartBurner has passed this new testing requirement and is now listed as meeting the new industry standard for sale in the United States. To date, Pioneering has only been selling its SmartBurner and Safe-T-element products into the aftermarket - a multi-billion-dollar business opportunity in the United States alone. These new changes will help increase awareness for both the problem and Pioneering's solutions across the marketplace and accelerate growth. In addition, these changes create opportunities for the Company's technology(s) to be installed "at source" which means there is now the opportunity for Pioneering to capture revenue from both the aftermarket and from new electric coiled cooktop and range sales. Pioneering's SmartBurner and Safe-T-element with their patented temperature limiting control (TLC) sensor technology have a long track record of success in helping eliminate cooking fires. "SmartBurner meets the new industry standard and we believe it is the only solution available today that currently meets this new standard," stated Pioneering CEO, Kevin Callahan. The SmartBurner received its listing for meeting the new UL858 standard from nationally recognized testing lab (NRTL), ETL/Intertek, a global testing organization whose listing marks are recognized around the world. "These are game-changing milestones for our Company and the industry. We are proud to have played a significant role," said Mr. Callahan. "With this new standard and exclusive listing, Pioneering has helped set a new benchmark for household cooking fire safety." Cooking is the leading cause of household fires and fire injuries in North America. Data show it is responsible for almost half of all household fires. Pioneering products have been rigorously field-tested and proven to deliver on the promise of helping to eliminate electric coil cooktop/range fires. Mr. Callahan further commented, "While this is a major milestone for the Company, it is those who are most vulnerable to cooking fires who are the real winners. And we are not done yet. Pioneering is developing additional technologies and products that will help protect people, property and firefighters, while saving taxpayers billions of dollars annually." Some background regarding the new Industry standard change: All cooking appliances sold in North America are subject to testing and meeting established industry standards for safety. Until now there has never been a testing requirement for helping prevent stovetop cooking fires, especially in those instances where the stovetop is left unattended (the leading reason for these fires). The new UL858 (60A) standard published by Underwriters Laboratories includes a new test requirement for cooking oil ignition. To be listed for sale anywhere in the United States, all new household electric coiled cooktops/ranges must meet the new test requirement by April 2019. In its simplest form this new test requires that an electric coil stovetop be turned to its maximum heat setting with a pan of oil on the element and allowed to operate for 30 minutes or until the cooking oil ignites, whichever comes first. If there is ignition, then the product fails and cannot be listed for sale in North America. In late 2014, acknowledging the technology advances related to cooking fires on electric coil ranges, the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM), the organization representing most kitchen range and cook top manufacturers selling in North America, announced a plan to help reduce the potential for unattended cooking fires. In 2015, AHAM proposed to the two major North American certification services, Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and Canadian Standards Association (CSA), a change to industry safety standards for coil element cooktops/ranges centred on revising UL 858 and CSA C22.2 No. 61. The change would include a test procedure to evaluate sensors and other devices designed to prevent cookware from reaching the ignition temperatures associated with common cooking oils. This newly published UL858 standard and test procedure will, for now, apply only to electric coil cooktops/ranges. Going forward AHAM has committed to working together with industry, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Health Canada, as well as UL and CSA, to determine how similar tests and requirements can be applied to radiant glass ceramic, induction, and gas cooktops and ranges in future. About Pioneering Technology Corp: Pioneering, based in Mississauga, Ontario is an "energy smart" technology company and North America's leader in innovative cooking fire prevention technologies. Pioneering engineers and brings to market energy-smart solutions for everyday consumer appliances making them safer, smarter, and more efficient. The company's patented technologies/products address a multi-billion-dollar problem - cooking fires. According to the National Fire Protection Association, stovetop cooking is the number one cause of household fire and fire injuries in North America (48% of all household fires - up from 20% in 1980). Pioneering's temperature limiting control (TLC) technology is now installed in approximately 200,000 multi-residential housing units across North America without a single cooking fire being reported and delivering a return on investment for its customers. Pioneering has proprietary cooking fire prevention solutions, including its trademarked Safe-T-element, SmartBurner, RangeMinder & Safe-T-sensor, for most of the more than 140 million stoves/ranges and over 140 million microwave ovens throughout North America. For more info go to www.pioneeringtech.com. This news release contains certain forward-looking statements that reflect the current views and/or expectations of the Company with respect to its performance, business and future events. Such statements are subject to a number of risks, uncertainties and assumptions. Actual results and events may vary significantly. The TSX Venture Exchange Inc. has neither approved nor disapproved the contents of this press release.


TARRYTOWN, NY, May 19, 2017-- Robert Mogabgab Berryman has been included in Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.With nearly two and a half decades of practiced industry experience, Mr. Berryman is uniquely qualified to oversee a wide range of tasks. He has been the owner and principal engineer for Berryman Engineering, PLLC and a senior engineer with LGI Forensic Engineering, P.C. since 2013. He owned and operated Berryman Nuclear Consulting, LLC from 2010 to 2013. Before entering the field in a professional capacity, he graduated with merit from the United States Naval Academy with a degree in systems engineering. After graduating, he started a five-year stint with the U.S. Navy as a submarine officer. During that time, he graduated from the Navy Nuclear Power School. After completing his time on active duty, he worked as a freelance pilot and flight instructor in Groton, Connecticut and was subsequently and aircraft systems instructor and commercial pilot. He was then a systems engineer for CAE Marine Systems from 2001 to 2002. Just prior to obtaining the first of his most current roles, Mr. Berryman worked for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission from 2002 to 2010 as a reactor inspector, resident inspector and senior reactor inspector. He was recalled to active duty for a year with the United States Navy from 2005 to 2006. While serving in the Navy Reserve concurrent with his civilian career, he graduated from both the Air Force Air Command and Staff College, and Joint Forces Staff College. More recently, he earned his J.D., magna cum laude, from the Georgia State University College of Law and a Graduate Certificate in Electrical Power Systems from the United States Merchant Marine Academy (completion expected August 2017).Mr. Berryman is a registered professional engineer, Certified Fire and Explosion Investigator, and Certified Forensic Consultant/Forensic Professional Engineer. He affiliates himself with the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, American College of Forensic Examiners Institute, National Association of Fire Investigators, and National Fire Protection Association in order to remain abreast of changes in the industry. Throughout his career, he has been awarded many times for his work. While serving in the United States Navy both on active duty and as a reservist, he was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal (2), Navy Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, and Navy Achievement Medal (3). He officially retired from the U.S. Naval Reserve with the rank of Commander (O-5) after completing twenty total years of service. He was also a recipient of the Admiral McKee Award for Superior Performance in the Areas of Submarine Design and Safety while at U.S. Navy Submarine School and the American Bar Association Award for Excellence in the Study of Intellectual Property Law while at the Georgia State University College of Law. He was recognized as a finalist for Scientific Employee of the Year by the Atlanta Federal Executive Board in 2007. Additionally, he has been featured in Who's Who in America eight times, Who's Who in Science and Engineering in their 11th edition and Who's Who in the World seven times. Looking ahead, Mr. Berryman intends to experience the continued growth and success of his career.About Marquis Who's Who :Since 1899, when A. N. Marquis printed the First Edition of Who's Who in America , Marquis Who's Who has chronicled the lives of the most accomplished individuals and innovators from every significant field of endeavor, including politics, business, medicine, law, education, art, religion and entertainment. Today, Who's Who in America remains an essential biographical source for thousands of researchers, journalists, librarians and executive search firms around the world. Marquis now publishes many Who's Who titles, including Who's Who in America , Who's Who in the World , Who's Who in American Law , Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare , Who's Who in Science and Engineering , and Who's Who in Asia . Marquis publications may be visited at the official Marquis Who's Who website at www.marquiswhoswho.com Contact:Fred Marks844-394-6946


News Article | May 16, 2017
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RedVector, the leader in eLearning and performance support solutions for the architecture, engineering, construction (AEC), industrial and facility management industries, has released 2017 NEC training to help professionals in the electrical design, installation and maintenance fields understand significant electrical code changes with clarity and speed. First published in the late 1800s by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), The NEC is now updated every three years in order to set standards for the safe installation of electrical wiring and equipment. NEC is not itself a U.S. law but it’s frequently mandated by state or local governing bodies. New RedVector National Electrical Code training covers five new 2017 articles, some of which reflect the substantial growth in renewable power technology (Energy Storage Systems, Direct Current Microgrids, etc.). New and revised requirements for equipment installation, labeling, certification and working space are also discussed. Additional video training models are in development and are expected to release this summer providing comprehensive 2017 NEC change coverage. “In our video training courses, our team of electrical experts interpret and provide real-world explanations of the most significant changes made to the NEC, rather than simply recite the new code,” said RedVector Product Director Bobby Person. “This provides great clarity and helps electrical professionals get ahead of the curve. When professionals don't understand the NEC, problems can escalate from a failed inspection to a major liability that puts lives and property at risk.” About RedVector (a Vector Solutions Company) RedVector sets the standard for excellence in online continuing education and training for the architecture, engineering, construction (AEC), industrial and facility management industries and holds nearly 100 state and national accreditations. RedVector offers individual courses as well as large-scale corporate training solutions featuring customizable and easily accessible online universities with a full range of tracking and reporting features. RedVector is a division of Vector Solutions. Through its brands RedVector, TargetSolutions and LearnSmart, Vector Solutions strives to help its customers become more effective, efficient and safe via online training and performance management solutions. For more information, call 1-866-546-1212 or email.


News Article | February 28, 2017
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Each January, the Consumer Technology Association hosts the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), a world-renowned showcase of new technology held in Las Vegas. Techies from around the globe flock to Sin City to get a glimpse at the latest gadgets making their way to the marketplace. One of the central themes for this year’s show was connectivity, and the biggest playground for tech companies proved to be household technology. Everything from trashcans to refrigerators is becoming increasingly internet-connected and no location is off-limits as companies look for new ways to make your home smarter and more connected. We’ve rounded up our five favorite home gadgets from the show. 1. Inirv React “Did I turn off the stove?” If you’ve found yourself asking this question one too many times, Inirv has something for you. The company showcased its React adaptor for household stoves at this year’s CES. Their mission: improve the safety and efficiency of the home. The React is a universal adaptor that automatically turns off gas and electric stoves if it senses dangerous conditions in the kitchen, or that the range has been left unattended. The bright blue glow of its LED ring indicates that React is on and ready for action. 2. Norton Core Hackers will continue exploring ways to infiltrate your home and personal life, so it’s more important now than ever to secure your home from these cyber intruders. Preparedness takes many forms, including choosing strong passwords, signing up for Identity Management Services or, in the case of Norton, a state-of-the-art internet router that doubles as an actual piece of art, called “Core.” Core allows homeowners to protect their household’s connected gadgets from malware, viruses and cybercriminals while giving real-time advice on how to improve your network’s security and providing parental control options to manage the time your kids spend online. 3. Grillbot No home is complete without a grill, but according to research conducted by the National Fire Protection Association, one of the leading causes of grill fires is failure to clean them properly. The Grillbot seeks to address this hazard by acting as a perfect companion for any barbeque aficionado who prefers to spend their time cooking as opposed to cleaning. Simply place the Grillbot on the grill after you’ve finished using it, turn on the timer and close the lid – in just one click, you have your own grill-top cleaning service. 4. Smart & Blue Hydrao First The Smart & Blue Hydrao First is a smart showerhead that features an integrated LED system that offers a fun, educational and eco-friendly way to conserve. The showerhead’s LED lighting system changes colors as water usage increases, alerting bathers who may be using too much water. A companion app allows the user to record progress, customize light colors and even measure savings. This is one innovative gadget that’s good for the planet and your wallet. 5. Amazon Alexa The future wouldn’t be complete without a digital personal assistant, and this year, Amazon’s Alexa-enabled personal assistants were out in full force. The Amazon Alexa allows users to delegate tasks, such as setting appointments, ordering food, requesting movie times and more. The software was loaded into a plethora of home appliances, robots, cars and more at CES; making it a sure bet that Alexa will become a household name in the next few years. These five featured Consumer Electronic Show gadgets can go a long way to making life at home better. As advances in technology continue to shape our lives, we can only wait to see what else the future will bring. Note: This article was originally published on http://blog.mercuryinsurance.com.


News Article | February 28, 2017
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Clarion Safety Systems, a leading designer and manufacturer of safety signs and safety labels, is pleased to announce that its founder and CEO, Geoffrey Peckham, has been confirmed as the chair-elect of the International Organization for Standardization’s (ISO) Technical Committee 145 (ISO/TC 145). ISO/TC 145 is one of the most influential standards-writing committees in the world. This committee standardizes the symbols that appear on products and for use in built environments. This includes everything from symbols that indicate controls in cars to the location of baggage claim areas at airports. Most importantly, this is the international committee responsible for the standardization of graphical symbols used on safety signs, where the purpose is to save lives from tragedy. “I consider it a great honor to serve in this position. I'll do my best to ensure the committee's work is successful in every respect,” says Peckham. ISO’s Technical Management Board (TMB) officially confirmed Peckham’s nomination to the position of chair-elect in mid-February. According to the succession plan, Peckham will replace Barry Gray as chair of ISO/TC 145 in the beginning of January 2018, after Gray’s term ends. The chair position is a two-year term and allows the potential to serve successive terms, with a maximum 9-year cap. ISO/TC 145 currently has 19 countries as participating members and 32 countries as observing members. ISO/TC chairs are responsible for the overall management of the committee, including its sub-committees and working groups. They also play a direct role in the committee's day-to-day work, helping to manage projects effectively and leading the committee in reaching consensus. Peckham’s selection criteria was based on his sector knowledge, leadership skills, and relevant experience. His ability to “lead and inspire delegates and experts from the sector towards consensus,” and to “develop solutions through innovative and creative thinking in a consensus environment” were cited by ISO’s TMB during the voting process. In addition, the Board cited Peckham’s “professional experience with previous experience of chairmanship” as a factor in confirming his selection by the British Standards Institute for the committee’s highest leadership position. Clarion has represented the United States as a member of ISO/TC 145 for twenty years, and Peckham currently serves as chairman of both the ANSI Z535 Committee for Safety Signs and Colors and of ANSI’s U.S. Technical Advisory Group (TAG) to ISO/TC 145. “The international standardization of graphical symbols is key to the communication of information in so many aspects of people's daily lives. To a large degree, I believe we all take it for granted that this global language of visual symbols is something that just exists,” says Peckham. “The fact that this is the case is, itself, a tribute to the last two decades of hard work on the part of ISO/TC 145’s experts and administrators. I look forward to continuing and building on this legacy.” On top of its ANSI and ISO standards committees work, Clarion has actively participated in leadership roles in standards-related initiatives headed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Underwriters Laboratories (UL), Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI), the Association of Aquatic Professionals, and the Laser Institute of America. Clarion offers a variety of online resources to share its safety sign and label standards expertise, available through its comprehensive Learning Center. This includes a video library focusing on topics related to product safety, workplace safety, water safety, risk reduction, the legal implications of warnings, and standards-related issues. Its video, “The Case for the Standardization of Graphical Symbols,” describes how ISO is creating a global language for safety. ABOUT CLARION SAFETY SYSTEMS Clarion Safety Systems, LLC, is the leading designer and manufacturer of visual safety solutions that help customers in more than 180 industries worldwide to make their products and premises safer. Clarion offers a full range of standard and custom products including machinery safety labels, environmental and facility safety signs, pipe and valve identification markings, lockout/tagout products, and safety-grade photoluminescent egress path-marking escape systems. Founded in 1990, the company continues to play a leading role in the development and writing of international and national standards for safety signs, labels, and markings. Clarion is headquartered at 190 Old Milford Road in Milford, PA, 18337, and online at http://www.clarionsafety.com. ABOUT ISO ISO is an independent, non-governmental international organization with a membership of 161 national standards bodies. Through its members, it brings together experts to share knowledge and develop voluntary, consensus-based, market-relevant international standards that support innovation and provide solutions to global challenges. The formation of ISO/TC 145 dates back to 1970. The standards body has three subcommittees: Public Information Symbols (SC1), Safety (SC2), and Equipment and Control Symbols (SC3). To learn more, visit http://www.iso.org.


News Article | February 15, 2017
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FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Children forever remember the thrill of spotting the first egg in their yard and the fascination when learning mother birds bring food back and forth to their young. That thrill and fascination quickly flies away when children and their home-owning parents find one of those bird nests in their dryer vent. The warm, dark and safe location is a common spot for birds to play house – and with bird nesting season kicking off in early spring alongside warmer temperatures, now is the time to look for warning signs, according to Dryer Vent Wizard, North America’s leading dryer maintenance and repair franchise. While seemingly harmless, bird nests in dryer vents can cause poor dryer efficiency, human respiratory infections and dryer fires. In a three-year span within the last decade, dryer fires have resulted in $35 million in residential home property loss, according to The U.S. Fire Administration. Dryer Vent Wizard shares the following tips for homeowners on how to inspect and properly remove bird nests from the dryer vent. “As soon as temperatures start to hit 60 or 70 degrees, birds will begin nesting, which means it’s time for homeowners to heed the warning signs that a nest may be in their dryer vent. We encourage homeowners to check their vents around this time of year and take precautions to keep their homes safe,” said David Lavalle, Founder of Dryer Vent Wizard. For more information or to schedule a visit, visit www.dryerventwizard.com or call 866-498-7233. Headquartered in Farmington Hills, Mich., Dryer Vent Wizard is a North American franchise that specializes in dryer vent repair, replacement, alteration, cleaning and maintenance for both residential and commercial clients. The company was founded in 2004 by Dave Lavalle, who also founded Mr. Handyman, and currently operates 90 locations across the U.S. and Canada, serving over 9,000 communities. Dryer Vent Wizard is a member of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). For more information about Dryer Vent Wizard and to learn more about franchise opportunities, visit www.dryerventwizard.com.


News Article | February 15, 2017
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MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Feb. 8, 2017) - At the request of IIROC, Pioneering Technology Corp. (TSX VENTURE:PTE) wishes to confirm that the Company's management is unaware of any material change in the Company's operations that would account for the recent increase in market activity. Pioneering is a technology company and North America's leader in cooking fire prevention technologies and products. About Pioneering Technology Corp: Pioneering, based in Mississauga, Ontario is an "energy smart" technology company and North America's leader in innovative cooking fire prevention technologies. Pioneering engineers and brings to market energy-smart solutions for everyday consumer appliances making them safer, smarter, and more efficient. The company's patented technologies/products address a multi-billion-dollar problem - cooking fires. According to the National Fire Protection Association, stovetop cooking is the number one cause of household fire and fire injuries in North America (48% of all household fires - up from 20% in 1980). Pioneering's temperature limiting control (TLC) technology is now installed in approximately 200,000 multi-residential housing units across North America without a single cooking fire being reported and delivering a return on investment for its customers. Pioneering has proprietary cooking fire prevention solutions, including its trademarked Safe-T-element, SmartBurner, RangeMinder & Safe-T-sensor, for the majority of the more than 140 million stoves/ranges and over 140 million microwave ovens throughout North America. For more info, go to www.pioneeringtech.com. This news release contains certain forward-looking statements that reflect the current views and/or expectations of the Company with respect to its performance, business and future events. Such statements are subject to a number of risks, uncertainties and assumptions. Actual results and events may vary significantly. Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.


News Article | February 28, 2017
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MEDINA, OH--(Marketwired - Feb 28, 2017) - What is it like moving from more than 25 years in the corporate world to investing in your own business? Chris Mader, a longtime resident of Medina will tell you, "It's no longer feeling like a number, and it's about helping others." With a sales and operations management background in paint coatings and industrial supply distribution, Mader made a major career change in late 2016 when he invested in Dryer Vent Wizard (DVW) of Summit County. DVW specializes in dryer vent repair, replacement, cleaning and maintenance of dryers for residential and commercial clients. It is estimated that poorly maintained or clogged dryer vents are the leading cause of appliance fires, resulting in more than 15,500 dryer fires every year in the U.S. alone. These are only the reported cases. In addition to Medina, Mader's DVW services extend throughout Summit County, as well as portions of Portage, Stark and Wayne counties. A member of the Medina Chamber of Commerce, Mader is working with local fire departments and others to educate them about the importance of proper installation, cleaning and maintenance of dryer vents. "The work I do is definitely 'hands on,'" said Mader, who was raised in a family of engineers. "If you run into an unusual situation, there is always someone to call. Dryer Vent Wizard has a strong corporate team and supportive group of franchisees across the country." With a close eye on the future and financials, Mader looks forward to growing his business and adding technicians to assist. "My work is also about the satisfaction you receive when customers realize how you've helped prevent a potential fire and made their dryer run more efficiently," added Mader. Headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan, Dryer Vent Wizard specializes in dryer vent repair, replacement, cleaning and maintenance for residential and commercial customers. A member of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), DVW franchise owners serve more than 9,000 communities of all sizes throughout U.S. and Canada. For more information and to learn more about franchise opportunities, visit www.DryerVentWizard.com or call 866-498-SAFE (7233) in the U.S. and 866-395-SAFE (7233) in Canada.


News Article | February 22, 2017
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SEATTLE, Feb. 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Americans reported a home fire every 86 seconds in 2015, according to the National Fire Protection Association. But despite the clear safety risks and financial costs of home fires, a new poll from PEMCO Insurance shows about a quarter of residents...

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