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Gutters: A Smarter, Safer Way of Cleaning

By | October 19th, 2017|lawn, safety, seasonal tips|

He's a brief survey of the safer ways to clean gutters. Ladders are now optional for gutter cleaning. However, if you’re comfortable with a ladder there’s the economical method of getting on top of the roof and blowing the gutters out with a leaf blower. However, chances are you aren’t interested in getting on a [...]

12 Quick Fire Safety Essentials

By | October 12th, 2017|Fire Safety|

There are probably dozens of fire prevention safety tips to share. Don't worry, this article will go into just a dozen of things that you can do to prevent a house fire. These were selected from my experience as the office safety, going through hundreds of homes, and studying the fire incident reports of house [...]

Indoor Air Quality Monitors

By | September 21st, 2017|IAQ, Indoor Air Quality|

Have you ever questioned whether the air was safe to breathe? Well, if you didn't know about these small indoor air quality monitors, then this article is for you. The temperatures are dropping which means the cold rainy days are coming soon. Shortly following are the bitter cold days of winter that keeps most people [...]

Fire Safety for the Home

By | September 6th, 2017|Fire Safety|

The U.S. Fire Administration reports that more than 403,000 home fires occurred in the U.S. in 2008, causing 2,780 deaths and more than 13,500 injuries.  Some fires are caused by issues related to the structure, such as lightning strikes, faulty wiring, furnace malfunctions, and other electrical and heating system-related mishaps. But most home fires are [...]

Keeping Toddlers From Window Falls

By | August 17th, 2017|safety|

Every year, roughly 2.5 million children are treated in the United States for fall-related injuries. Of these, falls from windows tend to be the most serious and fatal, especially among male toddlers. Older children are more likely to be seriously injured by window falls as summer approaches and they spend more time around the home. [...]

Beating the heat, so the heat doesn’t beat you

By | July 13th, 2017|Weather Safety|

During the extreme heat of the mid-summer gauging when to take a break or stop working in the lawn or garden can be difficult. You may want to just finish up the task while your body may need a cooling down break. While taking in more water during extreme heat while working outdoors is important, [...]