Browsing Category: "Home Safety"

Is Your Family Home Actually Dangerous?

It’s scary to think that the place we spend most of our time in could actually be having a negative effect on our families health and wellbeing. Unfortunately, it is often the case. Luckily, there are some things you can do about this if you know what to look out for. Something you can find out by just reading on.


While those of us with homes that have electricity usually think ourselves among the lucky an most privileged people in the world, it can also pose a danger risk in the home. In particular, maintaining the wires, plug sockets, and control panels in your home is a vital activity to ensure that shocks and fires are prevented. Read the rest of this entry »

Renovations, Changes And Maintenance You Need For A Winter Home


Welcome to winter, a time where you’re going to need to wrap up warm or just stay indoors. As a matter of fact, we think many people will choose the latter option, favoring watching the snow fall from their windows rather than freezing their toes and nose. Yes, winter can be wonderful from the comfort of your home, but for that to be true, you need to make sure that your home is ready for this season of winter weather. We’ve touched on this idea before with both security options and upgrades that you can make before the winter season hits. But now that the worst of the weather is truly upon us, let’s take things into focus and explore the possibilities in a little more depth. Read the rest of this entry »

Protecting Your New Family Home From All Potential Dangers

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Your family home is likely your most cherished place on earth. It’s not hard to understand why. It is sometimes hard to understand the importance of protecting it however. You might live on a quiet street, have had no problems in the home for years, and consider it your refuge from the outside world. Despite how much you idolize your property, and we hope you do, that will never lessen the impact one person with negative intent can have. You should never let this be left to chance. Read the rest of this entry »