Thousands of preventable injuries happen every year because parents and caregivers do not take the time to add simplified child proofing solutions to their homes. Consequently, this results in not being prepared for possible injuries. Now, I want to take some time and go over some simple ideas to be prepared for little ones. This will also create a safe environment to play and grow in. Read More
Thanksgiving can be the beginning of the sometimes stressful holiday season. Family is on its way to you home bringing dishes to share for the Thanksgiving dinner. However, there are generally some dishes that you might still be responsible for providing to your guests.
Most likely, you are responsible for the turkey. Depending on your cooking strategy, Thanksgiving is proving to be one of the most dangerous holidays for your home. But there are steps to avoiding Thanksgiving disasters. The National Fire Protection Association states that Thanksgiving is the number day of the year for cooking related fires. Read More
During this very challenging time when Hurricane Sandy is on its way to touch land, our HomeZada team felt we wanted to remind everyone of hurricane preparedness. It is very important to take precautions during this hectic time to prepare for what could be. This post first ran months ago but timeliness is important. To everyone potentially effected by Hurricane Sandy, please stay safe.
With the upcoming holidays, the time of year for family and friends is quickly approaching. Many family and friends get together from different areas around the US or even the world and stay at each other’s homes. When these guests are staying with you, here are some great tips to help make your guest stays more comfortable. Read More
House Fires are such a dangerous situation. They can cause death, injury and house damage. This house fires infographic shares details about house fires like when they occur. Did you know that seven people die every day from a house fire? House fires are serious and also cause over $11 billion annually in property damages. For those of you with older homes, make sure to check your smoke detectors. Many fires go undetected due to non working smoke detectors. As a result, please make sure you take the appropriate precautions like establishing exit plans for your family and making sure you have fire extinguishers. Also, install smoke detectors and keep your batteries current in your smoke alarms. Safety first. Read More