5 Fireplace Safety Tips to Protect Your Home

5 Fireplace Safety Tips to Protect Your Home

Fireplace Safety Essentials Fireplaces provide warmth and comfort, but they also pose fire hazards if not used properly. Below are fireplace safety tips every homeowner should know about to protect their home and family from a fire. Cleaning the Fireplace Creosote is...
5 Ways to Make Your Deck Safe for Children and Pets

5 Ways to Make Your Deck Safe for Children and Pets

Your deck is a great place to spend time outdoors with family and friends. However, decks can pose some hazards that cause injuries, splinters, and falls. Especially if you have small children and pets, take these additional steps to make your deck safe. Make Your...
Signs of Structural Problems in the Home

Signs of Structural Problems in the Home

Structural problems compromise your home’s integrity and your family’s safety. Damage to the walls, foundation, or roof supports will also lower your property value. There are several possible causes of structural damage, including natural disasters,...
Tips for Grilling Safety

Tips for Grilling Safety

Summer is just around the corner and most of us are ready for warm weather gatherings with family and friends. If you enjoy entertaining outdoors, make sure your grill is ready to use. Here are a few grilling safety tips you can use to keep everyone safe this season....
4 Commonly Missed Cleaning Spots

4 Commonly Missed Cleaning Spots

While it’s easy to remember to clean your floors and countertops, there are plenty of places in the house that are forgotten for months. Grime, dust, and dirt build in these places, making your home less clean and impacting the indoor air quality. Make it a point to...
5 Tips for Home Fire Safety

5 Tips for Home Fire Safety

House fires happen more often than you might think, and they are more likely to occur during winter. In preparation for winter, follow these fire safety tips to reduce the risk of this type of disaster. Here are 5 simple ways that you can promote home fire safety....