Tag: Carbon Monoxide Detectors
June 6, 2023
Landlords’ Guide to Rental Laws in Illinois

Whether you’re a new or experienced landlord, you must be crystal clear on what is expected of you in this role. Besides the responsibility to provide quality renting experiences for your tenants, you also must ensure that you follow all the rules and regulations your state has enumerated so that you treat each and every […]

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May 17, 2023
The Hidden Dangers Lurking in Your Home: Why Home Insurance is Non-Negotiable

  Image Source: Unsplash Imagine coming home after a long day, looking forward to relaxing in the comfort of your own space. But what if your haven turned into a nightmare? While your home may seem safe and secure, lurking behind the walls and beneath the floors are hidden dangers that could wreak havoc on […]

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May 10, 2023
DIY Camper on a Budget: How to Save Money While Building Your Dream Home on Wheels

Building your own camper is an exciting and rewarding project that allows you to have a customized travel experience while saving money. Whether you're planning a cross-country road trip or weekend getaways, a camper can provide a comfortable and convenient living space while you explore the great outdoors. However, the cost of building a camper […]

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May 6, 2023
How to Create a Smart Home Security System In 2023?

Most of us like to think we are safe in our house. It is our place of comfort and relaxation after all. The truth is more complicated than that. While homes are where we are the most protected from outside dangers, there is no guarantee that we are 100% safe. Home security is necessary. Home […]

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April 26, 2023
What Does Restaraunt Insurance Cover

If you own a restaurant, you know that it can be a chaotic environment where there is a certain amount of risk everyday. Because of this you’ve probably thought about what restaurant insurance costs and what exactly you need in terms of insurance for your location. Restaurants can have a lot going on at once, […]

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April 20, 2023
Tips To Be Considered While Choosing A Home Security Service

Your home is your sanctuary, a place where you and your loved ones should feel safe and secure at all times. Unfortunately, the reality is that burglaries and home invasions can happen to anyone, anywhere, at any time. That's why it's crucial to invest in a reliable home security service that can provide you with […]

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March 24, 2023
9 Gas Fireplace Safety Tips for Homes

The heart of your home is where the fireplace is. If you're not vigilant enough, it might warm more than you intended. Since their invention in the late 1800s, gas fireplaces have been a lifesaver to many homes, boasting many features that other models lack. Gas fireplaces are an ideal addition to any home, offering […]

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November 12, 2022
8 Important Things to Fix Before Selling Your House

It's only when you're selling your house that you start to see its imperfections. Whether that's a crack in the wall or a faulty pipeline in the basement, there are multiple things you need to fix before handing your home over to another family.  However, time's short, and shifting homes can be a hassle, so […]

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September 21, 2022
A Comprehensive Checklist For Preparing Your Home For Winter

Preparing your house for the winter is one of the things you should never skip. Even if you wish it were as simple as hanging Christmas lights, watching your favorite holiday movies, and decorating your Christmas tree, there’s much more you should consider winterizing your home. While the checklist for preparing your home for winter […]

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July 20, 2022
5 Important Safety Checks You Should Do At Your Home Regularly

"Home's where you go when you run out of homes." - John le Carré A home is a place you fill with love, hope, dreams, and all the positivity in the world. But there's another aspect we've all come to understand as a basic necessity: safety. The feeling of safety we feel in our homes […]

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February 2, 2022
Design & Dementia: Home Modifications for Loved Ones

Dementia affects millions of Americans. It refers to the loss of cognitive abilities that may affect memory, mood, thinking, or language. Because it's a neurological condition, it greatly affects a person's logical reasoning. People who suffer from dementia typically live in a home or move in with their family members. When the condition worsens, it's […]

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January 18, 2022
Five Simple Ways to Increase the Value of Your Home

  While purchasing your first home is a major life achievement, it is also an investment in your financial future. Regular mortgage payments help to raise the overall value of your house, but investing in home renovation and some technological upgrades while keeping in mind certain rules may significantly increase house market value should you […]

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April 23, 2021
4 Home Safety Tips You Need to Know

As a homeowner, creating a safe environment where your family can thrive is essential. Although several safety concerns lurk throughout the average home, the majority of these issues are easy to address with regular care and maintenance. Taking small steps—like taking care in the kitchen and maintaining your home heating system—can significantly increase your home's […]

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March 25, 2021
How To Prevent Common Household Hazards

For many homeowners, your house is a place of safety and warmth that isn't typically associated with outright danger. However, a significant amount of hazards around the home can transform your haven into a dangerous place to live if you don't handle them timely and correctly. Faulty appliances and oblivion to dangerous realities around your […]

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December 2, 2020
Moving Soon? 12 Things You Must Install In Your New House

Now that you’ve purchased your first house, it’s time to get your new abode ready for your family. Many homes often come with essential fixtures and appliances, but there are certain things you need to take care of as a homeowner. Instead of stressing later, here are some tasks you should complete before moving in. […]

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May 15, 2020
Here’s How to Prepare for a Power Outage

Americans typically lose power for an average of four hours per year. There are several events that can cause power outages, such as snowstorms, tropical storms, high winds, accidents, and fires. In North America, citizens are also affected by hurricanes and tornadoes. Severe storms can result in loss of power for several days.   A prolonged power outage […]

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April 23, 2020
7 Top Tips for House Maintenance to Keep Your Home Safe

Image Credit: here  Are you trying to figure out how to do proper house maintenance? Read this article to learn tips for how to keep your home safe. House maintenance is essential if you want to keep a safe home. It's no secret that owning a home comes with a lot of hard work. Unlike […]

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January 7, 2020
What To Do After Moving Into A New House

Moving into a new house can be pretty exciting and tiring at the same time. Also, it’s an ideal situation where you can test your relatives’ inner power. You should be truly proud of yourself, you have survived this madness, you are finally home. Right now, you need to get ready for a new battle. […]

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