Fire prevention in the home is something we all need a refresher on from time to time. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 85 percent of fire deaths happen in the home, and those household fires are responsible for billions of dollars in property damages each year. The good news is that nearly all home fires are preventable by watching out for a few common fire hazards
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Mother Nature has been known to suffer from sudden mood swings, and her wrath can be devastating and unpredictable. Because there’s no telling when severe weather will strike, it’s important to have a basic emergency supply kit on hand at all times—and a family plan for how to respond. Follow these tips to get started.
The saying goes that your home is your castle, so treat it like one. Be sure that the proper measures are taken to protect your home from invading forces. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, 2.3 million American homes are broken into per year. You won’t have to build a moat, but do take these precautions to help prevent your home from being a target: