A home is truly the heart of the family. Having a home that’s happy, comfortable and clean is important to us – and so is making sure it’s safe. Thankfully, there are many simple steps you can take to help prevent accidents from happening in your home. On this page, you’ll find many safety tips to help protect your home. Whether you have little ones of your own or friends and family with children, you can rest easy when you know your home is safe for everyone.
Safety Made Simple
You expect, and deserve, the best for your family and we want to arm you with resources and information that will help you keep your home as safe as it can be. There are plenty of quick and affordable things you can do around your house to help protect your loved ones. From making sure the batteries in your smoke detectors are fresh to checking that your First Aid kit has everything you need to care for bumps and scrapes… check out these easy steps that you can take today.Watch Video
A Clean Routine
While we know that laundry is one of your daily or weekly tasks, there are small yet important steps that you should take to help ensure that your laundry room is safe and secure. Are you using your products properly? Are they out of reach of curious little hands? This video will provide you with tips on making the laundry process safer for your family.Watch Video
Recipe for Safety
The kitchen is one of the most popular rooms in our homes. But between the hustle and bustle of meals, dishes and homework, it’s crucial that we take time to help ensure our kitchens remain safe gathering places.Watch Video
Don’t Forget About the Bathroom
Check out these simple but important tips to help ensure that even the smallest rooms in the house are safe.Watch Video
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to children. Check latch for security after installation. Avoid letting children
see how you operate child safety devices. Watching you disengage a lock, latch or
cover could enable them to learn sooner how to defeat it.
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