Safety At Home

Keep your home safe with these tips.

Wood-Burning Stove Safety

Safe Installation Before installing your wood-burning stove, take time to evaluate and choose the best location for it. Make sure the pipe connecting the stove to the flue is no…

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Electrical Safety

Most electrical fires in homes could have been prevented by following electrical safety rules and by hiring a qualified electrician to perform the work. It is important to protect your…

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Baby-Proof Your Home

Start planning for your baby’s mobility before he or she begins to crawl. Taking time to babyproof your house will help keep your baby and toddlers safe. Remember that no…

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Outdoor Grilling Safety

As milder temperatures set in, many people begin to grill outdoors. To make the most out of your grilling season and keep everyone safe, review the user’s manual and safety…

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Trampolines – Keep kids safe

It may seem like a trampoline can provide hours of fun for your children, and perhaps their friends, but did you know the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) (www.aap.org) issued…

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Stay Safe in a House Fire

There’s nothing more unnerving than smelling smoke or seeing open flames inside your home. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reports that you have as little as one or two…

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Automatic Garage Door Safety

More than 45 percent of American homeowners with a garage say they use the garage door as the primary point of entry into their home. And for those with remote-controlled…

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Space Heaters Need Space

Portable heaters (aka space heaters) can be used to provide an efficient and economical source of supplemental heating to areas of your home. Because more than 25,000 residential fires and…

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How can I prevent a house fire?

According to ready.gov, “In just two minutes, a fire can become life-threatening.  In five minutes, a residence can be engulfed in flames.”  To prevent a fire from happening in your…

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