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How to Keep Your Home Safe While You are Away

Wednesday Mar 1st, 2017

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When you are going on vacation or at any other time of your absence you leave your home in danger. It can be robbed, a fire can happen or there can be a natural disaster. It is important to take a range of measures that can protect your home and let you not to worry about its safety during your trip. Photo: depositphotos. Couple on a beach It's important for you to be reached easily in case of an emergency. If you are going away for a long period of time, find someone who can keep... [read more]

Protect Your Home From Fire

Wednesday Feb 22nd, 2017

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The fire is one of the most serious threats to the person's life, health and property. It is very important to understand the basic rules of the fire safety. Following these rules you can avoid the risk of fire, as well as help your friends and family protect their homes. Here are some tips on how to avoid a fire in your home. Photo: depositphotos. Rooftop house fire Cooking is one of the main causes of home fires and kitchen is the place where the majority of house fires starts.... [read more]

Child-Proofing and Pet-Proofing your Home

Monday Jan 30th, 2017

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Your home is your castle, yet it can be not safe for your children and pets. The number of children and pets injured by hazards in and around the home increases each year. When you expect a baby or want to bring home a pet, make sure your home is a safe for them. The processes of preparing your home for a baby and for a pet are similar, so there are some general ideas you can follow to make your home a foolproof place. Children are often passionate about the fire. Pets can chew the wires... [read more]

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