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Carbon Monoxide Monitors Can Save Your Life

Carbon Monoxide Monitors Can Save Your Life

The recent tragic deaths of five Florida teenagers is a stark reminder of how dangerous carbon monoxide poisoning can be and how important the need for carbon monoxide monitors is. The colorless, odorless gas can be emitted from a variety of sources, and victims typically don’t know they’re inhaling the […]

Illuminate The Way With Luminescent Light Switch Covers

Illuminate The Way With Luminescent Light Switch Covers

I’ve always loved things that glow in the dark. As a kid, my ceiling was peppered with stick-on stars and planets, transforming my room into a veritable planetarium. And now, I’ve got a small glow in the dark skull that keeps watch by my sink. Odd, I know – but […]

Home Safety Tips for Autistic Children

Home Safety Tips for Autistic Children

In honor of Autism Awareness Day we asked our friend Rebecca, who is a parent of a lovely autistic boy, if she had some home safety tips for us to keep autistic children safe. She graciously obliged and provided us with a lot of information to consider. When dealing with […]

Workshop Safety Recommendations

Workshop Safety Recommendations

When planning and building your workshop, take into account these safety recommendations that provide more than an ounce of prevention. 1. Smoke Detector: A must-have not only for your workshop but every room in your house. When testing make sure you can hear it from inside the house or wherever […]

FLASH – Federal Alliance for Safe Homes

FLASH – Federal Alliance for Safe Homes

There is a not so new organization called FLASH that has partnered with Bob Vila to create an interactive home map that can help you identify the parts of your home that are susceptible to natural disasters. FLASH mission statement To partner with like-minded organizations from the public, private and […]