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Top 4 DIY Accidents to Avoid This Summer

Top 4 DIY Accidents to Avoid This Summer

by Craig Daniel on Jun 25, 2014

The warm weather is already upon us and something that we all have probably noticed is a barrage of householders hitting their garden and starting on those summer chores. It seems as though the sun is an immediate signal to whip out the tools and get to work on the garden and surrounding areas, although unfortunately this also means that the number of DIY accidents start to rise. Continue reading →

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Is Your Business or Home Safe as Secure as It Should Be?

Is Your Business or Home Safe as Secure as It Should Be?

by Guest on Jul 14, 2014

A safe or lock box can be a great way to protect valuables like family jewelry that you keep in your home. Safes are also a great option for protecting guns and sensitive documents that you keep in your office. While safes can be very effective, a lot of people don’t make the most of the safe they have in their home or office. As a result, safes aren't nearly as secure as they assume. Continue reading →

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Are You Constantly On the Go? Secure Every Single Home

Are You Constantly On the Go? Secure Every Single Home

by Ronald Cutts on Jul 25, 2014

How many times did you move the last five years? People, who don't own properties, move a lot. Even people with their own homes are forced to move in a different city or province and, thus, a different house by their work. The bad news is that they don't always take the right security precautions. Knowing that they'll soon move again they just adjust to the new environment and pray that everything will be alright. Continue reading →

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Stay Safe With Biometric Safes

Stay Safe With Biometric Safes

by Ryan Holman on Sep 17, 2014

Are you worried about the safety of your valuables? Well, the time to muse over their protection is over. The biometric fingerprint safes are here to pull you out, from the trouble of keeping the jewelleries safe. These safes settle the standard of biometric security technology with a touch of a fingerprint. For the ones who are unaware of this product, let us do some briefing. Continue reading →

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How to Reinforce Home Security with Telephone Entry Systems

How to Reinforce Home Security with Telephone Entry Systems

by Ronald Cutts on Oct 24, 2014

Security matters are vital. Though, we are often skeptical to new age intercom systems and ignore their great value to our daily convenience but also security. The best news is that there is a huge variety of access control systems in order to fit the needs of each home. People do not only have the opportunity to gain access to their own property with ease but they can be sure of their security. Continue reading →

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Safety Checks Everyone Should Do in Their Home to Prepare for Winter

Safety Checks Everyone Should Do in Their Home to Prepare for Winter

by Ted Levin on Oct 30, 2014

Everyone’s top priority is to create a safe home for themselves and their family. This job is usually pretty simple, but it can get a little more complicated in the winter season. Winter brings a lot of new safety issues for homes that are not faced in any other season. Home owners need to prepare their home against winter storms, possible extended vacations, extra home guests, and general maintenance that is more difficult to maintain in the cold winter months. Continue reading →

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5 Safety Precautions You Should Know Before Your DIY Home Renovation

5 Safety Precautions You Should Know Before Your DIY Home Renovation

by Leona Zoey on Apr 2, 2015

Many people do not realize all of the dangers that are present when they take on a renovation project for their home. There are a number of hazards from the tools that are used to the chemicals that can be found in the home. Having knowledge of the safety precautions that you need to take can make it possible to complete your project injury free. These simple five tips can help to keep you and your family safe. Continue reading →

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Top 10 Tips to Secure Your Home for New Home Owners

Top 10 Tips to Secure Your Home for New Home Owners

by Peter Smith on Jun 4, 2015

When new homeowners buy their first home, it is important to secure their property. There are many potential hazards that could cause security problems, though they can often be mitigated with the right kind of planning and thinking. Continue reading →

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Safety Tips for Scaffolding Workers

Safety Tips for Scaffolding Workers

by Boris Dzhingarov on Oct 27, 2015

It can be very dangerous to work on a scaffold, particularly if the structure doesn’t comply with the set safety standards. It is vital that you know the various safety procedures that exist and that you follow these properly. This is the only way to avoid very serious accidents. Continue reading →

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Holiday Home Safety Tips That Are Often Overlooked

Holiday Home Safety Tips That Are Often Overlooked

by Kira g on Nov 29, 2015

While preparing for the holidays, it is easy to forget about basic safety measures. Nevertheless, home decoration and celebration with the family should not pose a hazard, neither in the short nor in the long run. Continue reading →

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