West Brom have collected seven points from their opening three games at The Hawthorns and Reid feels home form will be key to them staying up - as it was at Blackburn.
He said: "Home games are massively important. Blackburn have been really strong at Ewood Park and that's always carried them through.
"That's what we need at The Hawthorns. So far, so good this season. That's what you need to do in this league, get your results at home and then the away games are almost a bonus.
"I don't see why West Brom can't do a similar thing to Blackburn over the years. The two are very similar clubs in terms of fans, history, budgets.
"I think we can aim at emulating what Blackburn have done. I came here because it is an ambitious club.
"I'm hoping to finish my career here and I want to do it in the Premier League."