Posts from March, 2016

Home Safety Tips for Spring Season

Now that fall and winter seasons are almost over, it’s time that we prepare our household for the warmer weather. Below are some tips on how homeowners can start the season right. Replace the batteries of your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. Check the burglar alarm system sensor to ensure that it is still… Read More…

Preventing Fire with Clothes Drier Safety Tips

Taking care of your clothes dryer is very important to your home’s safety. According to the National Fire Protection Association, failure to clean home dryers is one of the leading causes of home fires. Below are tips on how to clothes dryer fire. Have your dryer installed by a professional. Use a lint filter when… Read More…

Fire Prevention Tips

Fire incidents have significantly increased over the past years. In 2015, the Bureau of Fire Protection has listed about 17,138 cases of fire incidents with damages and most of these accidents were due to electrical connections inside the home. To help keep your property safe from hire, here are some tips shared by the Bureau… Read More…

Keeping Your Home Safe While You Are Away

Spring is indeed the perfect time for everyone to go on a vacation. As everyone gears up for the spring break, authorities remind those who are leaving to keep their homes secure while they are away. Below are some home safety tips. Take all your valuables with your including laptop, jewelry and other gadgets. Set… Read More…

Home Safety Tips

Protecting your property from fire, flood and other hazard must be every in homeowner’s priority list. Apart from fire accidents, FBI recorded household break-ins as the most common threat to homes these days. To help you secure your own home, here are some tips. Remove your name from the mailbox and don’t stash any house… Read More…

Ways to Prevent Falls in Your Home

Millions of people each year, especially those aged 65 and older, end up in the emergency rooms due to injuries caused by falls and slips. However, there are a lot of ways you can do to avoid accidents such as these. Below are some tips. Arrange your furniture to create more room for walking. Get… Read More…