Safety

A Few Safety Tips To Help Protect Your Family, Pets And Loved Ones

  • Gather your family and talk about a specific place to go for safety.
  • Be prepared for a sudden emergency by learning how to turn off your water, electricity and gas.
  • Prepare for severe weather when the weather is good not bad.¬†Determine what you would do with your pets in the event of an emergency.
  • When you¬† travel away from home create the illusion that someone is home. Use timers for your inside lights or leave a radio on.
  • It’s a good idea to install deadbolt locks on door entrances if you do not currently have them..
  • Check on ‘who’s knocking’ by installing a peephole in your front door. Avoid allowing strangers to gain access to your home.
  • Never leave extra keys under door mats, mailboxes, frame ledges or planters. Instead leave your extra keys with a friend or love one you trust..
  • Use wood or metal bar along the sliding glass door track to prevent it from opening from the outside.
  • Keep garage doors shut and locked when away.
  • Use blinds and curtains on windows inside your home and keep them closed. Don’t advertise your personal possessions to outsiders.
  • Store valuables like jewelry, money and securities in a safe deposit box.
  • Have a family member check mail and pick up packages while away on vacation.
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