CM Mose and Son Offers Free Home Electrical Test at Remodeling Home Show
CM Mose and Son Offers Free Home Electrical Test at Remodeling Home Show Stop by Booth 153 for the Test
Liberty, MO. -- CM Mose and Son, the exclusive providers of CurrentSAFE's proprietary home electrical hazard detection system, is offering a free Home Electrical Test at booth 153 during the Kansas City Remodeling Home Show on February 8 through February 10, 2013.
According to the National Fire Protection Association, an estimated 44,800 home structure fires involved some type of electrical failure or malfunction inn 2009. These fires resulted in 472 civilian deaths, 1,500 civilian injuries, and $1.6 billion in direct property damage. In 2005-2009, home electrical fires represented 13% of total home structure fires, 17% of associated civilian deaths, 11% of associated civilian injuries, and 21% of associated direct property damage.
"Under our partnership with CurrentSAFE, we are using the most current technology available to find electrical problems that cause deadly fires in your home and shock hazards," says Roger Mose, owner of C.M. Mose and Son. "With CurrentSAFE's proprietary tools and system, we can show you the risks your home has for a fire that can go undetected by your utility company, electrician or fire department."
The free Home Electrical Test will show if your home qualifies for a no-obligation in-home assessment by a trained representative. If you would like to have a Home Electrical Test, but you're not going to be at the show, contact Jamiel Yameen at 816.935.2313 or email email@example.com.
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