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presents under a holiday tree.
Good food, good cheer and, of course, gifts are some focal points of the holiday season. The hustle and bustle, however, may distract us from potential risks that can surround…
view of a snow covered evergreen tree and home with a red brick chimney.
Winter is here. And while you’ve probably fired up the furnace and stocked up on firewood already have you studied up on carbon monoxide safety? A common output of malfunctioning…
thanksgiving dinner on the table.
Thanksgiving is often the kickoff to the year-end holiday celebration season. If it’s your turn to host Thanksgiving dinner, you may feel a little bit of pressure to deliver a…
Start fireplace fire.
Knowing how to build a fire in the fireplace can be helpful information on a cold winter’s night. If you’ve never started a fire in a fireplace, here’s how to…
white smoke detector alarm on wood paneling.
You change the batteries in your smoke detectors twice a year, and test them every month. But do you know what type of smoke detectors you have? Or, that having…
little girl in pink swimsuit playing in kiddie pool in backyard.
Summer is on its way, and with it you may expect an occasional skinned knee or sunburn. Sometimes, while you’re busy planning backyard barbecues or playground playdates, it can be…
Granite countertops and radon.
People love their granite countertops, though some now consider them too commonplace and prefer materials such as quartz or quartzite. But there’s another reason some segue from granite. They may worry that it…
group of teens with sparklers
Fireworks are part of many American families’ Fourth of July traditions, but knowing how and when to handle them should be a tradition, as well. Here are a few preventive…
family having thanksgiving dinner
Thanksgiving is a holiday that brings people together to enjoy delicious food and the company of loved ones. It also may involve lots of hot cooking surfaces, stressful travel and…
Quiz: What’s Your Fire Safety Prevention Knowledge?
A home fire occurs every 86 seconds in the United States, according to the report “Fire Loss in the United States During 2014” from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). In 2014,…