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  1. How to Childproof Your Home Inside and Out

    Image courtesy of image archive If you have toddlers, then you know the types of dangers that you are constantly trying to keep them away from. Simple things, such as stairs, window wells, and household cleaners, become areas of concern for parents. You can't take your eyes off a young child for a second because, in just a few seconds, you might turn around and see your toddler about to take a drink of a poisonous chemical or fall down a flight of stairs. If you're looking for ideas to put your mind at ease, read on and find out how to childproof your home inside and out. Continue reading
  2. 5 Things to Check Before Your Next Road Trip

    Featured Image courtesy of Jet Hot Exhaust You’re all packed up and ready to go on your road trip, but is your car ready for the trip? You don’t want to break down and end up stranded hundreds of miles away from your home. Make sure your vehicle is prepared for the trip and check these five things before you hit the road. Continue reading
  3. Essential Equipment for Clean-Freaks

    Do you dread cleaning? What if selecting the right tools could help make it easier? Check out these Essential Equipment for Clean-Freaks and see how you can make your next cleaning job easier!
  4. Home Maintenance Checks To Do Before Your Next House Party

    When you are planning on having a party in your home, make such to check your house's plumbing first. Anyone having a party with numerous guests must have working plumbing fixtures to avoid any embarrassing problems such as overflowing toilets or nonfunctional garbage disposal units. Here are some Home Maintenance Checks to complete before your next party! Continue reading
  5. 5 Home Inspections You Should Get Regularly

    Owning a home is a huge responsibility. In addition to making sure that you pay your mortgage on time, you need to keep up on various repairs and projects to keep your home in good repair. There are some things you can keep track of on your own, but there are some things you won’t notice until they become a big problem. To avoid this, make sure you get these inspections regularly. Continue reading
  6. 5 High-Risk Home Improvement Projects

    When it comes to home improvement projects, safety is one of the most significant concerns. You do not want the risk of you or anyone else on your property getting injured, so paying attention to ensure that all safety measures are in place is essential. We will take a look at 5 high-risk home improvement projects that will require more vigilant attention. Continue reading
  7. 5 Tips for Wearing the Right Safety Gear for Any Project

    With the current surge in construction projects from homes to commercial buildings, the risk of sustaining an injury increases on a daily basis. Although construction trades are constant exercise, there are always risks involved. The use of the right equipment and use of all safety precautions available will benefit the health and safety of all workers involved. Here are 5 Tips for Wearing the Right Safety Gear. Continue reading
  8. 5 Reasons Why Safe Distance is an Extremely Important Principle

    Over 4,000 people are killed at work each year and more are injured or contract illnesses due to workplace hazards. Interestingly, something as simple as safe distance between you and another person or object can improve safety in the workspace.  According to Alpert Schreyer, the goal of the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration is to ‘protect workers from known workplace hazards and common on-the-job injuries by requiring certain kinds of equipment and protections.’ Continue reading
  9. Tools For Responsible Car Owners

    Many people believe they can just get into their car and drive.  They believe the car will take care of itself, and if there's a problem, they can always go to the mechanic.  But a car is not only an investment, it is a complex machine that is an integral part of daily life. In reality, it is a good idea to have some familiarity with your vehicle and a rudimentary understanding of some basic mechanics.  Everyone should prepare a toolkit in their car in case of emergencies and understand how to fix small problems and this toolkit can save you a fortune in future repairs and with any accident lawyers.  A well-stocked toolkit may  also help you if you are stranded without a shop in sight. Continue reading
  10. How to Handle Your Vehicle During Winter

    How to Handle Your Vehicle During Winter
    Winter weather can be intimidating for the most experienced drivers on the road. It’s important to know how to handle your vehicle in adverse weather conditions for your own safety, and those of other drivers and pedestrians. Most of the following techniques are common sense, but it may be hard to think straight once you start panicking. Continue reading

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