5 Home safety tips for families with children and pets

When you have children or pets in your house, their safety becomes a key issue. Though our inquisitive explorers may run across unforeseen dangers, do not worry! 

With a little forethought, you can make your home a safe refuge for your loved ones. In this blog post, we’ll dive into some friendly and practical home safety tips tailored specifically for families with children and pets.

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How to Keep your Fireplace Safe this Winter

There is a greater risk of household chimney fires spreading to the home during the coldest months of the year. If you own a fireplace, you might be unsure of how to keep your chimney secure and wonder where to begin. 

Here’s what you need to know to keep your chimney and fireplace secure throughout the chilly burning season.

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Pros And Cons of Installing Home Security Systems in Your Home In 2022

Pros And Cons of Installing Home Security Systems in Your Home In 2022

As many people involved in finance will tell you, owning a home is a huge liability. Obviously, humans need places to live, and static homes have been the main method of doing that for thousands upon thousands of years. But there is nothing endemic to human nature that money cannot render basically impossible for the modern person to do without great pain.

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Stop Kitchen Fires Before They’ve Begun

Thousands of families lose their homes and, unfortunately, sometimes their lives, to house fires every year.

As tragic as this is, it is doubly so when it is due to something that could have been prevented.

In the coming weeks, families will begin to assemble to share meals and spend time together as the holidays approach.

A sad truth is, however, that one of the most preventable causes of house fires – kitchen fires – occurs during the holidays as well, turning a joyous time into a time of sorrow and grief.

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Lessons on Home Safety with Kids

Home Safety with Kids

Many people know how to detect a fire or even put out a fire with a fire extinguisher. Many people also understand how to carefully climb a ladder or turn on a stove. But kids need to be taught how to do these things and how to stay safe while around the home.  Read More