May 10, 2016
Here in Florida, we get violent storms in the springtime, and then hurricane season gives us no respite till its official end in November. Most of us are well familiar with the basic storm precautions. However, your HVAC system and home infrastructure also need some spring storm preparation. Take the following steps if you know …
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April 19, 2016
Home safety means more than adding deadbolt locks and smoke alarms. There are many things to do to keep your home safer from intruders and accidents. Here are tasks to add to your list.
January 5, 2016
You’re sitting at home, watching TV, when the power suddenly goes out. It’s pitch dark throughout your entire house. What do you do? First, don’t worry. Power outages happen to everyone occasionally. The trick is to be prepared. Here are some steps to take both before and during a power outage.
February 13, 2014
The last thing you want to confront upon returning from a vacation is a household disaster such as a burglary or busted pipes, or even something less impactful. When making vacation plans, it’s important to keep your home safe and secure while you’re away. We suggest that you start by following these tips before you leave:
August 8, 2013
You’ve put a lot of time and effort into your summer vacation plans but you’ve probably overlooked some important details. Is your Central Florida home prepared for you not being in it? You need to ensure that your house remains safe, secure and at the proper temperature. Make sure that you have a comfortable home …
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February 21, 2013
Nothing is more important than home safety and winter is a good time in our region to address it. The three essential areas for safety at home include electrical, chemical and fire hazards. Use this guide to assure yourself that your home is as safe as possible.