Home Safety Checklist


Make your home an ever safer place for your family by regularly updating your home safety checklist. Sound the Alarm Install smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors on each floor of your house, covering all sleeping areas. Test all alarms on a monthly basis, and replace any faulty ones. Replace batteries every daylight-saving time change, or sooner if they start chirping. Keep alarms and detectors clean and make sure the grills are dust-free. Outlet Overload Check for overloaded extension cords

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Make Your Home Look Unattractive – to Burglars

Two story single family house with driveway

According to FBI crime statistics, on average, 6000 homes were burglarized every single day in 2010. Most burglaries took place during the day when the residents were at work, and the main point of entry was surprisingly the most obvious way to get in and out of anyone’s home – the front door. Burglars will often “case” a neighborhood to seek out the most vulnerable houses, and there are a number of ways you can easily make your home look

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All-Guard Wishes You a Safe and Happy New Year

With the hustle and bustle of all the holiday shopping, cooking, and decorating almost behind us, we can now look forward to celebrating the New Year with friends and family. Whether you are celebrating with a few friends in your home or attending “the party of the year”, it is important to make sure that you have all the safety checks in place. Partying at Home Have plenty of non-alcoholic drinks at hand for your guests, and serve plenty of

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Holiday Shopping Safety Tips

December is the time when the malls and shopping areas are full of shoppers. Unfortunately, this is also the time when these places are full of thieves, pickpocketers, and purse and bag snatchers. Wear comfortable clothes and leave expensive jewelry at home Avoid carrying large amounts of cash and don’t carry it all in one place When inside stores, restaurants, or coffee shops, never leave your purse and shopping bags unattended Avoid carrying too many bags, and don’t use your

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December – Peak Season for Candle and Chimney Fires

Stay Safe – at Home The holiday season is upon us; the days are getting shorter and the evenings colder and darker and we light up our candle sticks and fire places while enjoying the warmth indoor. Unfortunately, the winter is also the season for candle and chimney fires. On average, 42 home candle fires are reported every day with December being the peak time of the year. 20% of candle fires are caused by unattended or abandoned candles, so

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