Your house is your haven, so your family should feel protected inside your living safe. To achieve this security, you should follow a home safety checklist to scan for any potential dangers. To protect against intruders, you should install deadbolt locks, install a security system, and even create an evacuation plan. Still, there are some dangers inside the home, so it’s important to clean the air vents, change the batteries in smoke alarms, make sure you have a working fire extinguisher, and always have extra lighting on hand in case the power goes out.

Key Takeaways:

  • Make sure that the foundation of your home is structured properly and there isn’t any cracks as those can cause serious issues for your home.
  • Get smoke and carbon monixioid detectors to protect your home from potential fires or poisons.
  • Get a fire extinguisher in your home in order to be prepared in case of a fire happens in your kitchen.

“If you do decide to have your air ducts cleaned, take the same consumer precautions you normally would in assessing the service provider’s competence and reliability.”

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