But with all the hustle and bustle of shopping and celebrating, it’s important not to lose sight of what matters most: the safety of your family and home.
From now until New Year’s, you’ll be expecting guests more frequently and your house will be filled with beautiful, but highly flammable, decorations. These range from the candles on your dining room table to the tree in your living room to the paper decorations on your walls. All of these items can contribute to potentially unsafe conditions in your home.
To Keep Your Family And House Safe And Still Enjoy All The Festivities, Keep In Mind These Simple Precautions:
1. Always Make Sure Burning Candles Are Never Left Unattended . (Blow them out if you leave the room) and are placed at least 12 inches away from flammable objects. Candleholders should be sturdy and placed on a stable, uncluttered surface. [Read more...]
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