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Heating and electrical fires can happen any time, and in any room of your home, due to overloading electrical outlets or extension cords or placing combustible materials too close to heating equipment. In winter months, heating and electrical residential fires spike due to an increased use of heating appliances and lights.
All Heating Types
Wood and Pellet Burning Heating Equipment (fireplaces, wood stoves, pellet stoves)
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Fire and Life Safety Education Division
Fire and Life Safety Education Hotline503firstname.lastname@example.orgMailing Address:Office of State Fire Marshal3565 Trelstad Ave SESalem, OR 97317
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