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Why Do I need Auto Fire Guard?
As an easier-to-use fire extinguisher. As an easier-to-use fire extinguisher. One of the main drawbacks to fire extinguishers is that they are difficult to use. They are often times heavy, and while they’re not particularly complicated to implement, the reality is most people are not level-headed enough to use in an emergency situation. Auto Fire Guard can be tossed or rolled into a fire, so you can turn, run and call the Waterford Township fire department. It can be used by even people with limited movement like the handicapped or the elderly, as well as children. Auto Fire Guard works on three kinds of fire: Class A, Class B and Class C. This would include combustibles like fire, paper, oil based paints, thinners, etc., and fusebox fires.
Auto Fire Guard was invented by a fireman who knew there had to be a better way to keep fires from spreading before the fire department arrived. He also realize that many people are unaware that homes in Waterford Township and elsewhere today use a lot more in the way of synthetically made materials. These materials are often made with petroleum products, which means that they can burn a lot hotter than regular wood. Oddly, the basic idea for Auto Fire Guard is quite old. A similar product called The Fire Grenade was invented by Thomas Edison in the early part of the 20th century. Edison had seen one of his Laboratories go up in flames and decided to create a product that he hold would prevent that from happening again. The Fire Grenade worked in a rudimentary way, but had a few flaws. One of which is that it had no dispersal mechanism. Essentially it was flame retardant chemicals inside a large light bulb with the fire retardant sin held in with a cork and wax. Another drawback was that the chemicals it used were dangerous, and finally had to be discontinued. Auto Fire Guard on the other hand continues uses environmentally Safe products that are harmless to Children pets and the environment.
The Community of Waterford Township, Michigan
Waterford Township is a charter township in Oakland County in the state of Michigan. Waterford Township was organized in 1834 within the boundaries of Oakland County which had been established in 1819. The township gets its name from the vast number of legs covering the township. Waterford Township itself has a total area of about 35 square miles and four square miles of which is water, amounting to about 11%. Waterford Township is in southeast Michigan and therefore has what is called a continental climate. It is somewhat cooler than Detroit because of its higher elevation, being about 400 feet higher than Detroit (~580 feet above sea level). In the summer temperatures top out in the 80 degree range. Waterford Township has a population of about 70,000, making made up of 30,000 housing units. Out of those 30,000 households about 30% had children living under the age of 18, about 50% were married couples, and 34% were non families. Waterford Township is served by the Oakland County International Airport which is a hub for Lakeshore Express Airline a local commuter airline to Pellston in Chicago Midway.
5200 Civic Center Dr, Waterford Twp, MI 48329