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.
21 January 2016
Many homeowners perform home renovations in order to make the home more suitable for their current and future needs. However, some of them commit mistakes during the planning or execution of the renovation. Those mistakes later haunt the homeowner (for instance, he or she discovers that the investment can't be recouped when the home is sold). This article discusses some of the home renovation mistakes that you should avoid. Not Factoring In the Neigbourhood
5 January 2016
Having a new home built just for you may seem like a luxury, but in truth, this option for home buyers is more affordable than you might imagine. There may also be many benefits to having your own home built that you haven't realized, and these may make it a better option in the long run versus buying a home already on the market. Note a few questions that most homebuyers ask about having a new home built and discuss these with a builder so you can determine if it's the right choice for you.