When my first child had an accident at home, I realised we hadn't childproofed the house as well as we could have. Thankfully, they were fine, but I learned my lesson and began a thorough inspection of my home and garden. I got to work addressing the various hazards we had overlooked, and I started this blog to help other parents think objectively about the hazards in their own homes. I post about a variety of topics, such as pool safety, choosing a safe garden fence, storing medication and cleaning products, window and door locks and kitchen safety for kids. I hope you find my blog useful and informative.
28 January 2015
Chances are, you only think to phone a locksmith if you've become locked out of your home, or when you need to have keys cut. There's a lot more to the trade than that, however. Here are a few good examples of other times when you definitely need to call on a locksmith. 1. There's been a break-in. If someone has broken into your home, office or other property, the first call you make should obviously be to the police.
22 January 2015
There is a wide selection of window security screens in today's market for you to choose from. These screens are all tailored to deliver a number of unique benefits to you. In that line, the following three points explain some of the benefits that you can realise when you install the right security screens on your home's windows. Maintain The Basic Functionality Of Your Windows Windows invite rays of light from outside to brighten up your home.
13 January 2015
A self-storage unit can be a very useful option for many people, both for personal and commercial use. Not only can it get things out from underfoot, but it can actually save you money overall if you use such a unit to downsize your space. If you've never thought about a self-storage unit and the benefits it can offer, consider how renting such a unit can actually save you money at home and at the office by allowing you to downsize.
6 January 2015
With the constant rise in temperature, it is within reason to look for ways of cooling oneself without necessarily spending a lot of money on air conditioning. Items required: A Styrofoam cooler A small electric fan A PVC pipe Duct tape Drill and a cutter Ice blocks/packs Power source. Construction Take the Styrofoam cooler, with its lid on, and cut two holes on to it for placing the PVC pipe and the fan.