The United States national fire record has historically been one of the worst in the western world. Fire departments respond to an average of 2 million fire calls each year. This fire problem, on a per capita basis, is one of the worst in the industrial world. Thousands of Americans die each year, tens of thousands of people are injured, and property losses reach billions of dollars. There are huge indirect costs of fire as well like temporary lodging, loss of business, medical expenses, and psychological damage, loss of pets and others. The frequency and severity of fire in the U. S. do not result from a lack of knowledge of the causes, means of prevention, or methods of suppression….