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Outbreak of fire can occur at any point in time. Whether it is in an office or a residential home, pretty much the same precautions need to be taken to avoid the incident of fire. In this article, you are going to see simple, yet very important steps you need to take to avoid any such incident of fire breaking out when you least expect it.
Published by Jude Chukwuemeka 70 months ago in Home Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
Many homeowners are aware that it is dangerous to leave lit candles unattended or overload electrical receptacles, but every year there are more than 360,000 home fires every year that require a response from the fire department. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), there are about 2,800 deaths from home fires each year. Aside from these glaring hazards, there are less obvious fire dangers in the home that you can prevent and correct on your own.
Published by Daniel Snyder 75 months ago in Home Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
Step by step process of repairing a smashed glass pane found on a storm door. Easy to follow instructions will help anyone even the most awkward person to remove the smashed glass, take out the frame and have a new glass pane inserted. Often people will pay hundreds of dollars to a repair person to do a simple job that will cost them under 50 dollars to do.
Published by Nora K Anthony 76 months ago in Home Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
No thief is welcome to any home. Our home is where we put our valuables and we definitely wouldn't like to give it away to thieves, right? Some are investing in security cameras and alarms. But we all know that more is involve in securing our home especially when we are away. Thieves can freely do what they want when no one is in the house. Don't let that happen; take necessary precautions to keep your home safe at all times especially when you are away.
Published by Cloud1 76 months ago in Home Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
You can keep your family safe by investing in a hidden gun cabinet. Plans for gun cabinets can come in very useful if you would like yours custom made. Read on to learn more about designing your own gun cabinet, from the materials you have at your disposal, to the best places for you to conceal your cabinet.
Published by Malcolm Rutledge 79 months ago in Home Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
Published by Review Summaries 80 months ago in Home Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
Household emergencies almost always give you only a few minutes to get yourself and your loved ones out of danger. Fires, tornados, hurricanes.... all mean split second decisions and reaction times. What will you do during those times if you also had to worry about rescuing all your important family and financial documents? Here's some tips from several sources including bankrate.com to help you get ready
Published by Joel Howald 80 months ago in Home Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
This is an article for any one who uses an electric heater in their home. Read this carefully if you have children. Every year electric heaters start devastating house fires. People lose everything, including their lives. This article explains how to eliminate some of the risk factors associated with using electric heater.
Published by Samantha Thompson 80 months ago in Home Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
The last time you looked in your medicine cabinet you probably noticed a collection of medicines. Generally, a medicine cabinet contains everything from aspirin and ibuprofen to antibiotics and cough syrup. Responsible disposal of your old prescription drugs and their containers is important to protect the natural water resources from contamination as well as preventing someone from abusing your old medications. This article will provide useful information on how to dispose of these medications....
Published by Daniel Snyder 80 months ago in Home Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
Prepping for a tornado doesn't just mean having an emergency box. You need to have an action plan and then you need to practice that plan, in addition to having an emergency box and bug out box. Get the whole family ready for any disaster, including a tornado, by following some easy steps.
Published by Annie Hintsala 80 months ago in Home Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
According to a Chief oF Criminal Investigation and Detection Group, given half the chance, burglars are ready to strike any time and any place. Target of opportunity is the objective of syndicated criminals. Know some tips how to avoid being a victim and what to do when coming home to find house burglary in progress.
Published by Jessie Agudo 80 months ago in Home Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
In the Philippines, fire has been a major problem. A lot of fire incident happened leaving people homeless and without saving anything aside from clothes that they are wearing. A fire incident can also result to death especially if you do not know what to do when it happens. Most of the people would panic when there is fire.
Published by captain aizen 80 months ago in Home Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
Residents of apartment buildings are susceptible to home break-ins. The situations faced by apartment and condominium residents differ from owners or renters of stand-alone houses. By incorporating safety measures, residents can help avoid dangerous situations and costs incurred if items are stolen from within the apartments. Help avoid break-ins by being vigilant as to who is let through the main front entrance, using effective locking mechanisms, and installing an alarm system. There are ways...
Published by Christy Birmingham 81 months ago in Home Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
Parents who often leave their child home alone due to work demands must educate their child about home safety tips to ensure his security and protection. Having the knowledge on what to do and who to call in times of emergency will enable a child to do what he is supposed to do even under stress.
Published by Marky Chavez 81 months ago in Home Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
There are various alarm systems that are available in the market that can help you protect your home, you and your love ones from unauthorized entry. There are two main types of alarm systems - the wireless alarm system and the wire alarm system. Here are the things that you should know when choosing for an alarm system at home.
Published by toiken 82 months ago in Home Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
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