12/9/15

Top Tips for Keeping Your Family Safe


By on 12/09/2015 05:28:00 AM

If you’re like most people you spend a great deal of time worrying about your family’s safety. You also probably worry about your home, your vehicle and all the valuables that you’ve accumulated over the years.

After all, many of the things you have would be hard to replace if anything happened to them, right? Of course that’s obviously most true of people living with you in your home.

While keeping your home safe can seem somewhat difficult, the fact is that it may not be as hard as you think. Keep reading to learn more about keeping your home and family safe from a variety of common dangers.

Upgrade Your Alarm System. Your alarm system is a huge part of keeping your home protected, but not all alarm systems are created equal. That’s why you need to consider upgrading if you didn’t put your alarm system in, or it’s been in the house more than 15 years.

Today, you’ll find alarm systems that use wireless technology to notify authorities of anything that goes wrong at your home. Best of all, they don’t cost nearly as much as they used to for monthly service.

Upgrade Peripherals. Your smoke detectors serve a valuable purpose in your home, but they aren’t all you need anymore. Today, you need radon gas detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.

While radon mitigation is possible, you don’t want to go through the procedure of clearing the gas from your home. Install useful detectors when possible.

Value Your Car. Whether you have one car that gets you and everybody in your family from point A to point B, or you have three or four cars, they’re likely all of some value to you. If one was stolen or damaged, you’d have to replace it, and that would be a financial hardship, right?

For the most part, the best thing you can do to protect vehicles around your home is to park as many as you can in the garage. If you have a two car garage and you aren’t using it, clear that spare Christmas tree stand and start parking there ASAP.

If you can’t park in the garage, you need to consider parking behind a fence on your property when you can. Even erecting a fence is something that might be worth doing if you have multiple vehicles to protect in a busy area.

About Angela

Angela is a freelance writer and blogger, blessed with 3 daughters, 4 cats, 1 needy dog, and 1 very supportive husband.

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