Just when you thought it was safe in your own home!
Keeping your child, and family safe, in your home is almost like putting on a stage production. You are the director, your home is the setting, and those living in the home, are the cast members.
Let’s first take alook at the front door when visitors come to our house. Is the doorbell wired correctly? What about wiring your home for burglars?
Everything and everyone needs to be safe! Pay the price of having an alarm system in your home could be better, than being alarmed that someone is stealing your grandmother’s fine china. This might also save you money with your home owner’s insurance policy. Check with your insurance agent to get the details.
How did my home get broken into when you had locked the door? Perhaps, it’s time to get your locks/doors inspected, and get a new lock. Do you have a disgruntled neighbor, or old boyfriend that has your keys? Did you change your locks when you bought your home? Not a bad idea to change the locks, and get the right security for your home. You won’t want your child, or yourself to feel unsafe. Buckle down, and get the home secure.
The only kind of trips you want to see yourself, or your paperboy take are trips to grandma’s or to Mexico. Take the time to repair the steps because it’s possible you may have a lawsuit on your hands with who takes the fall. If you take the fall it could be a hospital bill, time away from work, and perhaps worse issues such as death. Are you insured for such careless vices?
Yes, it’s a pain when the neighbors play ball near your home,Jimmy plants his fastball-right through your picture window.Are you covered? Is the neighbor covered? While you repair the window, remove the glass, and replace the glass make sure the glass is removed from the yard, and your home. Getting a cut in your foot, your baby’s finger, their mouth, or something worse needs to be dealt with right away.
Cords,stairs, and stoves: Practice safety with baby protection devices. Get on your hands and knees as if you were baby Mary. What do you see? Plug INS, pots pointed away from the stove, books as a low shelf, nails on the floor, pennies in a jar, and more. Does this seem safe? You need to be safe for your child. Safety in the bath tub is another issue. Don’t leave a child unattended is definitely a big no-no!
Following safety rules could save an important life!
By keeping your home safe for your family by wiring for your home for safety devices such as: fire, security, and carbon monoxide is a fact of life. Know what to do if you have a fire, how to get the most from your home owners policy, how to save money when you use safety devices.
Just like the “comedy of errors” we don’t need a cast of players that fall through the traps that become starving the shrewd,or bankrupt because they didn’t know how to insure or protect their loved ones. That comedy would become a tragedy! Playing it safe is the best literary act you can take; while you ease on down the”red carpeted path” of life!
Just like the “comedy of errors” we don’t need a cast of players that fall through the traps that become starving the shrewd,or bankrupt because they didn’t know how to insure or protect their loved ones. That comedy would become a tragedy! Playing it safe is the best literary act you can take; while you ease on down-the”red carpeted path” of life!