Safety / Security
Home Security Tips for While You are Away on Vacation
by Guest Post on Dec 11, 2012
Constantly worrying about the security of your home while you are away is one of the surest ways to ruin your vacation. However, there are some simple steps that you can take to both relieve your anxiety and to reduce the chances of someone breaking into your home while you are on vacation. Continue reading →
DIY Home Security Systems: The Basics You Need to Know
by Guest on Jan 18, 2013
There are countless home security systems on the market today, which means choosing the right security system for your home can be a challenging task. This article will discuss different types of security systems and how they work to help you make an informed decision. It is best to choose a security system that you think can safeguard your family and property effectively. Continue reading →
Home Security - Get a Dog, or Pretend You Have One
by Guest Post on Feb 19, 2013
Dogs are not only mans best friend, but they are also a sure fire way to protect your home from potential burglars. In a recent study regarding home security, 44% of burglars that were surveyed stated that they would not continue breaking into a home if they heard a barking dog. Continue reading →
Fingerprint Door Locks Offer Convenience, Extra Security
by Guest Post on Feb 20, 2013
Home and office security are extremely important in todays world, and many homes and business owners are looking for foolproof ways to keep their property safe from burglaries and invasions. The technology of today has made it a lot easier for home and business owners to secure their properties, with everything from sensory lights to high tech burglar alarm systems. Continue reading →
3 Secured Locking Systems and How They Help
by Guest on Mar 28, 2013
Home security and improvement have been a thing of priority among human beings for over years. Needless to say that our home is one of the most reassured assets that we possess. Not only can it be measured in physical value but also something more than that. It protects our loved ones and shelters us against all odds. Continue reading →
Gun Safe - Securing Your Property and Family
by Guest Post on Apr 7, 2013
Due to different reasons, taking the steps to secure your property and family will need the right device like a gun that is available in your home in case of an emergency. However, it is very important that you are going to keep it legally in order to avoid future problems. Continue reading →
Securing Your Home Following a Break-In
by Guest on Apr 29, 2013
You may wonder what could be worse than someone breaking into your home. It is common to feel violated when an intruder has breached your sanctuary, it is also common to feel unsafe. Now imagine that following the break-in a second burglar saw an opportunity to gain access to your home via whatever weakness was created the first time. Continue reading →
Five Cheap Ways to Make Your House Break-In Proof
by Guest on Jul 18, 2013
While burglary isn't what it used to be, it's not completely gone either. Rates in Ireland have fallen dramatically, but there are still about 100,000 crimes committed every year. A good chunk of them are break-ins. Fortunately, it doesn't take much to protect yourself. Since there are still many easy targets out there, all you have to do is make your home less attractive than your neighbors. Continue reading →
Preparing Your Home for Storms and Other Disasters
by Guest on Nov 9, 2013
The nuclear age brought about a mentality that very realistically thought of the eventuality of a nuclear apocalypse with the world’s superpower faced with the threat of imminent attack from each other. Continue reading →
Making Sure Your Home is Free of Asbestos
by Guest on Jan 11, 2014
In the past, asbestos was a popular material used for insulation in homes across America. It was effective, affordable, and easy to manufacture. However, it was eventually determined that asbestos is actually extremely dangerous when fibers are inhaled and trapped in the lungs, causing serious forms of cancer. Continue reading →
Three Places to Spend Money on the Exterior of Your Home
When you have the exterior of your home remodeled, you are investing, time, energy and convenience into the project and you want to make sure that...
When to Use a Brush, Roller or Sponge Brush
Brushes are a good choice for painting trim and woodwork. They are also useful for cutting in the edges around the top and bottom edges and corners...
Homemade Headboards-Make an Upholstered or Wooden Headboard
Homemade headboards can add a lot of personality to any bedroom. They can be coordinated with existing furniture and room decor or they can be the...
Creating a Cottage Kitchen with Bead Board
Kitchen decor can range from modern and bold to elegant and elaborate by using strategic kitchen pieces. One of the most popular decorating trends...
Gas Fireplace Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
Follow these steps for diagnosing and troubleshooting Gas Fireplaces repairs. For the average DIYer, this may seem intimidating, depending on the...
An All-Inclusive Guide to Eco-Friendly Interior Design: 5 Ways to Do It Best
Over 100 countries have enforced policies on sustainable consumption and production according to the 2018 UN Sustainable Development Goals Report....
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Unique Ways to Clean Your Window Tracks
As we get closer to springtime you might be noticing that your windows need a good cleaning. Not only is it your windows, but it is the window...
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Navigating Singapore's Property Regulations: A Guide for Foreign Investors
Singapores property market has been attracting foreign investors for many years, thanks to its stable economy, strong legal system, and transparent...
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What Truck Size Do I Need to Move a 3-Bedroom House
Moving to a new home can be a complex and stressful process, but with the help of the right truck size, you can make it a smooth and seamless...
on Feb 13, 2023
Five Tips to Take Better Care of Your Basement Insulation
Basement waterproofing is an essential part of home maintenance, as it helps to protect the basement from moisture, flooding, and other...
on Feb 12, 2023
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on Feb 28, 2017
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