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Archive for October 2017

A Home Safety Guide for Older Residents

Falls are by far the most common injury older adults encounter, with fires being a close second. Just by taking the time to walk around the house and identify potential hazards, you could save your life or the life of an aging loved one.

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Home Security for Your Rental Property

According to the National Crime Prevention Council, rental properties are 85 percent more likely to encounter a home invasion. Therefore, you cannot rely on the property manager having changed the locks as your only level of security.

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DIY Home Security Should Not Be An Option

While there are some instances where DIY can pay off, home security is never one of them. In fact, installing or creating your own home security system could actually put you and your loved ones at greater risk.

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Personal Safety Tips While Living Alone

The one problem of living by yourself is safety, because as the saying goes, there’s safety in numbers. Living alone, however, can be very safe with a little planning and care.

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Increase the Value of Your Home and Get Top Dollar

As your biggest investment, you should always be on the lookout for ways to increase your home’s value. There are certain projects and upgrades you can do on your house, ranging from minimal cost to a significant upfront investment.

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