Home Safety

Fire Safety for Kids

When ensuring the fire safety in the home and in general for our kids, the first and the last point on any parent's list is preparation. Think in advance, pay attention to details and always prepare your kids for any type of emergency. Also, everyone in your home,...

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How to Make a Fire Escape Plan for Your Family

The first and last thing when dealing with fire safety is preparation. If you are prepared and careful, there is little that can go wrong in your home for it to be set on fire. Having things like smoke alarms, escape ladders, and sprinkler systems in place will help....

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Home Fire Safety Tips for the Holidays

The holiday season is a great time for getting together with family and friends, but during this time of year, residential fires are a real concern. Fires in the home are much more frequent and tend to cause far more damage to property than at other times of the year,...

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How To Prevent Fire In Your Home

A fire can happen anywhere and it’s important to always be prepared for what you would do if you had one in your home. Likewise, it’s just as important to look at all of the ways that you can prevent one from happening in the first place. You want to know how to...

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Tips To Prevent A Flooded Basement This Spring

Spring is one of the most beautiful times of the year. It’s a time when you can enjoy the warmth and the flowers and you startspending more time outside. But, at the same time, it can be a problem. If you have a basement, you may not be looking forward to spring as...

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Ceiling Water Damage And How To Stop It

Water damage to your home can be extremely dangerous as well as costly. Most people think of water damage as being annoying, but you may not think about that darkening water stain as actually being anything dangerous. The truth is, water can definitely be a problem in...

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Why Doing A Home Assessment Can Ensure Your Safety

Health and safety at home is everything and carrying out a risk assessment when embarking on any project or activity at home is necessary. It not only gives one a glimpse of what is needed to make it a success but also how it should be done. Anything at home can be...

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Do What’s Right: Tips To Stay Safe In Your Own Home

There are two main reasons why break-ins happen: the first is that everyone knows you have valuables in your home—we all do; the second is that there is someone somewhere brazen enough to want to take what you have for their own gain (thieves). These two reasons on...

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Water in Basement: What Should you do Next?

So, you wake up and realize that your basement is flooded with water. The basement floor is soaking, the foundation walls are sodden, and even the crawl space is submerged. So, what do you do now to minimize water damage, why has it happened, and what will it cost? In...

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Safety at Home: 10 Common Safety Hazards around the House

The home is supposed to be where you and your family are safe and protected but every year accident and emergency units deal with serious injuries and sometimes fatal accidents that occur in the home. It is not just children and the elderly that can come to harm in...

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Protect Your Home with These Winter Safety Tips

With the winter season comes cold weather and snow, making the landscape picturesque and tranquil. It's great fun for kids as they get out and play but, for homeowners, snow can be a real hassle. Snow and ice can cause devastating damage to both the inside and outside...

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6 Ways to Prevent Home Fires this Winter

Winter is a great time for families to come together and celebrate the end of another year. It is a time for fun and enjoyment as people catch up with one another and appreciate the finer things in life. But, the winter is also a time when fires are likely to occur in...

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10 Types of Home Security Surveillance Camera

Having a home security surveillance camera or even just standard security cameras in your home is always helpful as such a camera system lets you do many things. You could use a camera to get a live look at what is happening inside your home provided you have an...

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Reliable Handgun Safes: Wise Investment or Not?

Having a handgun in your home is a sensible investment for your safety. This is especially true if you live in an area where violent crime is a concern. But, it is even more important for you to keep your pistol safe and secure. You must prevent other people in your...

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Where Should You Place Smoke Detectors at Home and Work?

Like a carbon monoxide detector, a smoke detector is one of the most important safety devices you could install have in your home and office. A hard-wired smoke detector or battery-operated model will quickly identify when smoke starts to build up in a building. This...

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How Secure Are Your Front Door Locks? Security Tips

The front door to your home is intended to be an appealing place that adds to the curb value of your property. It is supposed to display an inviting and welcoming space. The door is symbolic of how the inside of your home is a great place in which to live. However,...

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Wi-Fi Doorbell: Are You Ready for a Smart Wireless Home?

The doorbell has been a staple of every front door in homes for generations. Whether it entails a traditional chime, a buzzing sound, or even an intercom, you could find many doorbells on today’s market. But there is a special evolution in the doorbell industry that...

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Radon Detector: Improving Indoor Air Quality

There are many things that can have an impact on our health, well-being, and overall quality of life inside the home. One of the key ones is the air quality, which can become polluted due to contaminants from outside, dust, bacteria, pet dander, smoke, and other...

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Save Your Lives with Residential Fire Escape Ladders

We all know how much devastation fire can cause and we take various steps to try and protect our homes and loved ones from the effects of fire. However, no matter how carefully you are, fires can still break out for a number of reasons from electrical faults through...

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