• 7 Ways to Make the Furniture Moving Process as Easy and Safe as Possible
    Life,  Safety

    7 Ways to Make the Furniture Moving Process as Easy and Safe as Possible

    Quite a few aspects of the home-moving process are more difficult and trying than is widely believed, but safely delivering possessions—precious furniture especially—is perhaps the most demanding component of moving. To be sure, if you fail to take several preemptive steps and precautions before transporting your precious furniture to a new home, there’s a good chance that the associated work will become more frustrating and costlier than it would have otherwise been. The good news, however, is that the home-moving process, when it’s carefully planned and mapped out, is rather straightforward. What’s more is that this point holds true for small items and precious furniture alike. If you’re currently moving,…

  • 7 Tips to Keep Your Kids Safe During Home Renovations
    Around The House,  Kids,  Safety

    7 Tips to Keep Your Kids Safe During Home Renovations

    A renovation is one of the big dreams of many homeowners. People who have lived in their homes for years but always wanted to make it special and unique to their tastes have big plans and are excited when the time finally arrives to make their house more functional and beautiful. But people who have children have an extra hurdle that they must overcome. How do people keep the kids safe when renovations are in full swing? Whether you’re tearing out walls and floors or adding in cabinets in the kitchen, there’s going to be a lot of debris, nails, and other sharp objects that children could hurt themselves on.…

  • 7 Basic Things You Can Do to Make Your Home Safer for Children
    Around The House,  Family,  Home Improvement,  Kids,  Parenting,  Safety

    7 Basic Things You Can Do to Make Your Home Safer for Children

    There’s nothing better than your home. It’s the place where you relax and unwind after a long day at work. It’s a haven from the world and all its pressures. When it comes to your children, you want them to be as safe as possible, which means going the extra mile to ensure they are protected. Since over 6,000 deaths occur in the home each year, here are seven things that you need to do to ensure your kids are safe. 1. Keep All Cleaners Out of Reach It only seems natural to put cleaners under the kitchen or bathroom sinks. However, some cleaners are toxic and can be very…

  • Why Every Home Should Have a Wet Chemical Fire Extinguisher
    Around The House,  Safety

    Why Every Home Should Have a Wet Chemical Fire Extinguisher

    Nowadays, people tend to be better aware of fire safety in the home. Many have fire escape plans, and most have smoke alarms, fire alarms, carbon monoxide detectors and even mini fire extinguishers. However, there is one form of fire safety tool that many homeowners and even business owners tend to be less familiar with – the wet chemical extinguisher. What exactly is a wet chemical fire extinguisher and why should you own one? These are there questions we are going to answer in the following post. First things first. What Is a Wet Chemical Fire Extinguisher? Wet chemical fire extinguishers, also referred to as Class ABG or Class F…

  • How To Ensure A Safe Car for Your Family
    Cars,  Family,  Safety

    How To Ensure A Safe Car for Your Family

    Accidents are a reality that can happen to anyone at any time. A change in the weather, a sudden unanticipated move by a motorist, a blown-out tire, or falling asleep at the wheel regularly lead to fatal accidents. For this reason, it is important that you take measures to ensure the safety of your family and carry out the preventative maintenance that makes your vehicle fit for low-risk travel. However, when it comes to automotive safety, you may not have a lot of flexibility after you purchase a vehicle because some vehicles are considerably safer than others. Nevertheless, let us discuss the various safety strategies below. Why is Vehicle Mass…

  • 10 Ways to Protect Kids From Accidental Drowning
    Family,  Guest Post,  Kids,  Safety

    10 Ways to Protect Kids From Accidental Drowning

    Nearly 300-children under the age of five drown in pools and spas every year. The number one way to prevent drownings is through proactive parent supervision, but most drownings occur when a child was thought to be in the house but slipped outside without anyone knowing. This year alone, at least two children drowned days after their family moved into a new home.   In 77% of accidental drownings, the child had been seen 5-minutes or less before being missed. That’s why pool safety advocates at Life Saver Pool Fence urge parents to install layers of protection in a home before they move in. These are designed to block kids…