Before the cold autumn and winter weather sets in, be sure to call your heating and cooling company to service your furnace. A specialist should inspect the furnace to make sure everything is in working order and that there are no leaks.
Keep that fire in its proper place by using a fireplace screen to keep sparks from flying out of the fireplace. Never leave a burning fire unattended, and make sure a fire in a fireplace is completely out before going to bed.
A space heater can be an effective way to warm up a chilly room, but it's essential that you read the instructions on the unit before you use it. If your space heater requires venting, make sure you have vented it to the outdoors. Never use your stove or oven to heat your home; only use space heaters that are approved for this purpose. Always allow at least three feet of empty area around space heaters.
Do not warm your kitchen with a gas range or an open oven door, as this can lead to toxic air that is not safe to breathe.
Do not use your space heater as a dryer for hats, gloves and other articles of clothing.
Keep all flammable materials away from your furnace. This includes, clothing, paint products, toxic materials, cardboard and more.
We will be collecting canned/no perishable food for the 'Campout for Hunger'. We are asking if everyone planning on attending our event can at least bring 1 item. Thank You.
Congratulations to Chief Chuck Fox and wife Marilyn Fox on the birth of their beautiful daughter, Victoria Anne Fox. Born on 3/15/16, 6lbs. 9oz. and 20 1/2 " .
Congratulations to Captain Darrel Martin and wife Patricia Martin-Newton on the birth of their son Asher Jeremy Martin. Born 3/9/16 , 5:42pm at 7 lbs. & 20".
The Officers and Members of Penndel Fire Company would like to send our thoughts and prayers to the Philadelphia Police Department and especially Officer Jesse Hartnett. We wish you a speedy recovery.
The Officers and Members of Penndel Fire Company would like to send our condolences out to Member Nicholas Foufas and his family, on the passing of his his grandmother.
Relatives and friends will be received at the James O. Bradley Funeral Home Inc., 260 Bellevue Ave., Penndel, Pa. 19047, from 7 to 9pm Tuesday 11/17/15 and from 9 to 10:30am on Wednesday 11/18/15. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11am , Wednesday 11/18/15, in our Lady of Grace Chruch, Penndel. Interment will follow in the parish cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate contributions to the VFW National Home for Children , 3573 S. Waverly Rd., Eaton Rapids, MI. 48827.
Open House 10/19/2015
Thank you to the Penndel Middletown Squad, Penndel PD, Simon's Garage, American Red Cross, Field's Printwear, our face painter, Dunkin Donuts, Penndel Pizza, Orange Theory Gym and everyone who came out to support and help make our Open House a great evening!
The Officers and Members of the Penndel Fire Company send our thoughts and prayers to the Edgely Fire Company , Six Flags Fire Department, Levittown-Fairless Hills Rescue Squad and Bucks County Rescue Squad. We keep the entire Redner Family in our prayers during this hard time. RIP George Redner III.
Several members of the Penndel Fire Company attended the 2 day long,
Propane Industry Responder's Conference at Bear Creek Mountain Resort
7/9/2015 Middletown Township Community Center Camp
Always looking for volunteers. Stop by the station any Tuesday night around 7pm or fill out an application from our website and drop it off.
The Officers and Members of Penndel Fire Company would like to wish everyone a wonderful 4th of July.
6/30/2015 Tuesday Night Training
Trained on the new Paratech Hydra Fusion 16" hydraulic rescue struts. Performed lifts on a gasoline tanker and winch the automobile from underneath. Also, lifted a loaded 60 yard scrap dump trailer.
Prayers for our brothers and sisters serving in Baltimore. Stand strong
Bus Rescue Training Drill 4/7/2015
Fire Prevention is a year long event. If you would like to schedule a tour of the firehouse or would like for us to make an appearance at your event. Please contact the station at 215-757-2707.