Don’t let Halloween messes linger until Thanksgiving. Quick action to remove chocolate on rugs and gum on hardwood will make holiday cleanup faster and easier. Here are some tips on how to get rid of Halloween messes; pick which cleanup technique will work best for your post-Halloween household chores.
Even if you hand out the best candy on the block, Halloween pranksters may still throw eggs at your house, toss rolls of toilet paper over every tree, and squirt shaving cream on your car and windows. Don’t let these “tricks” spoil your Halloween and wreck your house and yard. Follow these cleanup methods to wash away any mischief from All Hallow’s Eve.
True fire safety is a combination of education and action - knowing what causes fires in the home, what to do to prevent them. And what to do so both you and your family are prepared when a fire does occur. It's extremely important to educate yourself - and every member of your household - on ways to be more fire safety conscious and prepared.
The power is back and so are the lights but that doesn’t mean you and your family are out of the woods yet. Make sure your emergency preparedness plan is complete and will ensure you and your family and home recover quickly and safely from a power outage.
Don't get caught in the dark. When the lights go out and power as gone, you need to have a plan already in place to help your family survive safely. Learn what to do when you lose power at home during severe weather or other emergencies.
Will you be prepared when the lights go out? Whether due to capacity issues on your power grid or as an unwelcome event from extreme weather, power outages are a very real possibility and one you must be prepared for. Learn what you can do right now to make sure your home and family are ready when the lights go out.