The Importance of Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Hundreds of Americans die each year from carbon monoxide poisoning. Invisible but deadly, carbon monoxide leaks can occur due to a variety of household appliances and equipment — and many go unnoticed until it is too late. When carbon monoxide is inhaled, it can cause severe illness and even death.

The only reliable way to detect a carbon monoxide leak is with a carbon monoxide alarm. If your home or business does not have a carbon monoxide detector, you may be at serious risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.

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Home Safety for Seniors

Feeling safe and secure in your home is important for anyone, but it is especially important for seniors. As we grow older, it is often impossible to maintain complete independence. This can be a difficult transition for many aging people. If you have an older relative that wishes to continue living independently in their own home, there are measures to take that will help keep them safe. Read more

October Is Fire Safety Month

Fire Prevention Month was created to spread more awareness about the dangers of house fires and to increase preparedness in case of an emergency. This October, we want to help you and your family become more knowledgeable about the dangers of house fires and learn what you can do to be safe.

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Best and Worst Places to Hide Valuables in Your Home

We all have belongings that are important to us. When it comes to your valuables, you may have hiding places in your home where you keep them. But how secure are those hiding places? Would a thief think to look there? Your hiding places may not be as good as you think. Here are some of the best and worst places you can hide valuables from burglars.

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